This is a follow up to my writings on Artificial Intelligence Journalism and how the world can benefit from technologies of the Fourth Industrial Revolution which is creating a media industry revolution.
Chinese state media on Monday urged authorities to take a “tougher line” against protesters in Hong Kong who vandalised state-run Xinhua news agency and other buildings at the weekend,
Sharjah Media City (Shams) had a successful participation at the Gitex Technology Week 2019, which was held from 6th to 10th October at the Dubai World Trade Center. During the five-day exhibit Shams presented its various initiatives while using the occasion to communicate with various industry experts and professionals.
Sharjah Media City (Shams) organised a Film Scoring Masterclass, as part of the UAE Entertainment Experience, the first of its kind project aimed at producing the first crowd-sourced film in the Arab World.
Sheikh Ahmed Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Chairman of the Dubai Media Council, presided over the first meeting of the Dubai Media Council held at the Government of Dubai Media Office’s, GDMO, headquarters.
Globally, there are many countries suffering from repeated cyber-attacks on their government systems, institutions, which cost governments billions of dollars
The Artificial Intelligence journalism era offers humanity new opportunities and challenges to build and adapt to new skills. Whilst hard skills have been mastered, it is imperative
Artificial Intelligence (AI) Journalism as a new technological concept based on the techniques of the Fourth Industrial Revolution benefits all fields, not only the media.
The reception that UAE offered to Vladimir Putin in Abu Dhabi has given a new meaning to the word 'welcome,' says Russian news agency Sputnik.
The era of “Hyper-Globalization” or “Globalization 3.0” emerged in the end of 1980s, a period that saw the fall of the Berlin Wall and the emergence of economies such as India and China,