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Smart Ways to Use GenAI to Assist the Newsroom

Presented by Ole Reissman, Director of AI, Der Spiegel, and Martin Jönsson, Editorial Development Director, Bonnier News

About this Webinar

How to use GenAI to help the newsroom is the focus of this INMA Generative AI Initiative Webinar, featuring Ole Reissman, director of AI at Der Spiegel, and Martin Jönsson, editorial development director at Bonnier News.

Most news brands are using generative AI to give their journalists a hand. This session will look at innovative use cases at two highly respected European publishers.

Ole will discuss an internal chatbot that makes it easy for journalists to search the archives, as well as highlighting workflow-friendly tools that help journalists. He will also discuss other ways in which Der Spiegel is considering using GenAI in the future.

Martin will then share with us how GenAI helps with the work of print automation and editing at the Nordic region's largest media company. He will also share his insights on developing conversational services for many departments at the news publisher.

About Der Spiegel

Der Spiegel news magazine has stood for investigative journalism for more than 75 years. Its approximately 500-strong editorial team sets the news agenda for public discussion. Its journalistic offerings reach over 12 million people every week. Its reach and journalistic standards make the Der Spiegel brand an authority in the German media landscape that enjoys great trust.

About Bonnier News

Bonnier News is Sweden's leading news provider, with revenues of SEK 9.7 billion and over 8,000 employees, including 2,000 journalists. As the Nordic region's largest media company, it houses Swedish and international daily news and business newspapers, as well as magazines, a range of business publications and digital services.

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