The symposium will be hosted at the University of Sydney Law School from 13 to 14 July with the option to join online.
Featuring keynotes, panel discussions and conversations with leading international and national researchers, industry representatives, advocacy groups and policymakers, the symposium will cater to a wide audience.
Topics will include:
- Generative AI in news production and online advertising
- Automation in the Creative Arts
- Automated fact-checking
The symposium will also showcase the latest outcomes of major ADM+S projects including the Australian Ad Observatory, Mapping the Digital Gap and Australian Search Experience.
Professor Kim Weatherall, a Chief Investigator at the ADM+S and Professor of Law at the University of Sydney, said “We are thrilled to be hosting the 2023 ADM+S Symposium at the University of Sydney Law School."
"We’ll have some of Australia’s leading thinkers, sharing research and industry insights on AI and automation in the news and media, in entertainment and society.”
“This symposium comes at a critical time: industry, government and communities are asking for guidance to meet the challenges and opportunities that AI and automation bring. Dialogue and discussion are crucial.”
The 2023 ADM+S Symposium: Automated News & Media provides a unique opportunity for attendees to explore the latest research, exchange ideas and knowledge, and connect with like-minded professionals.
The University of Sydney’s own Professor Weatherall, Professor Terry Flew, Dr Olga Boichak, Dr Jonathon Hutchison and Rebecca Johnson will all be speaking through the event’s program.
For more information and to register, please visit the 2023 ADM+S Symposium website.