Past Events

eymsd2019 past event report

AI, machine learning & automation: what future for journalism?

What does the rise of automation mean to media makers? How is AI affecting journalism? Which role can algorithms play in this changing context and what are the possible ethical implications? How to combine AI and humans in the journalism of the future?

ESMH workshop Virality and influencers in digital communication

ESMH workshop : Virality and influencers in digital communication April 3, 2019

What drives virality on the social media platforms? How can technology carry and amplify messages, so that they "go viral"? Who are the so-called "influencers" and how do they use the social media to increase followers? And how can the European message be conveyed more effectively?

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Virality and influencers in digital communication: a workshop organized by the European Science-Media Hub, Wednesday 3 April 2019

How technologies can carry and amplify messages, becoming viral? Who are the so-called Influencers and how they use the social media to increase the number of their Followers. Join the event of the European Science-Media Hub on 3 April in the European Parliament in Brussels.

Tackling disinformation and misinformation in Science

ESMH workshop : Tackling dis/misinformation in Science Feb. 6-8, 2019

Scientists and journalists teamed up to discuss about the need to ensure better circulation of sound scientific information at the workshop organised by the ESMH.

Tackling misinformation and disinformation in science

ESMH workshop : Tackling mis/disinformation in Science, 6 Feb. 2019

How to tackle disinformation in science? How scientists and journalists could work better together in order to prevent misinformation? The knowledge lab of the ESMH on 6th February will take a closer look at some initiatives.

Seminar for journalists. Fighting Disinformation in Digital Age.

Technology and elections : first event for journalists from all 28 EU member states Nov. 6-7, 2018

How technology could be used or misused in electoral campaign? This was the main topic debated during the two-day event in the European Parliament (EP), organised by the European Science-media Hub/ the Panel for the Future of Science and Technology (STOA) together with the Communication Directorate of the EP.

Communicating Science via Social Media

The ESMH kick-off event : Communicating Science via Social Media June 27, 2018

More than 50 representatives of the scientific community, European research organisations and journalists engaged into a stimulated debate on the challenges of communicating science via social media.