Training 2: Trending technologies, blockchain and Media Economics (23/10 – 25/10)
This training is part of the Media Economics Programme, it combines facts and figures of state of the art scientific research with interesting and sometimes conflicting insights from industry experts.
Training 2: Trending technologies, blockchain and Media Economics
For those that are following the full programme training 2 is elective.
If you want to register for this training only, you have the option between a 1, 2 or 3 day programme.
This training sheds light on the interplay between upcoming technological evolutions and their(possible) impact on the media industry and their economics. As the media industry takes time to catch up with technological innovations, being informed about trending technologies is important to imagine the future. More profound insights on phenomena like AI, distributed systems, internet-of-things, virtual and augmented reality and distributed systems as blockchain are discussed and innovators in the media and telecom domain present their experiences. This course focuses upon a better understanding of underlying technological building blocks which is needed to imagine the future media landscape and its economics.
- Acquire knowledge on recent and upcoming technological evolutions that might impact the media industry.
- Acquire knowledge on phenomena like big data, internet-of-things, virtual and augmented reality, distributed systems like blockchain and their underlying technological building blocks.
- Provide insights and best practices on how these technologies are today already implemented in the media industry.
- Adopt innovation as a mindset in day-to-day operations.
Cases and Topics
- Technological evolutions / disruptions and the innovation process
- Technologies: Big data analytics, machine learning algorithms, personal data ecosystems, VR, AR, IOT,
- Prof. dr. Laurence Claeys (VUB)
- Dr. Jan Bouwen (Nokia)
- Mr. Joshua Davila (Deloitte)
- Mr. Jerome Pons (Musicwontstop)
- Dr. Sari Depreeuw (Daldewolf)
- Mr. Dieter Boen (VRT)
Date23 Oct 2019 — 25 Oct 2019
09:30 - 17:30
Close to public transport (Station Etterbeek)
Car parking available
day 1Crash course in IOT, Algorithms, Big data analytics, Blockchain, Distributed systems, OSINT, 5G, API, Alexa Skills ASK, (personal data, GDPR) & tech & business ecosystems - Prof. Dr. Laurence Claeys
day 1Innovation at VRT – Mr. Dieter Boen, VRT
day 1Blockchain & Media Ecosystems, Mr. Joshua Davila, Deloitte
day 2Virtual reality, augmented reality and media - Dr. Jan Bouwen
day 2AI and producer rights, Ms. Sari Depreeuw, Daldewolf
day 2Creative and productive collaboration using blockchain and smart contract in the music industry , Mr. Jerome Pons, Musicwontstop
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