AI, machine learning, computer vision and future interfaces – data continues to change the way media is produced, distributed, consumed and monetized. NYC Media Lab’s Machines + Media conference, generously sponsored and hosted by Bloomberg for a second year, will focus on new applications of data science and technology in the media industry.
NYC Media Lab '18 is a snapshot of the best thinking, projects and talent in digital media from universities in NYC and beyond. Through thought-provoking discussions, faculty and community led workshops, and 100 innovative demos, attendees will consider pressing issues related to digital media innovation.
The future of sports will be driven by a convergence of emerging media and communications technologies— from the mobile to the immersive— that together are creating massive new opportunity for nimble media and technology companies in a growing market. From virtual and augmented reality technologies to emerging 5G wireless connectivity, Sports/Media/Tech will explore the trends that are changing how sports media is created, distributed, consumed and monetized.
April 25th, 2017 at Bloomberg. Natural language generation, automatic video production, personalization and recommendations—data is changing the way media is produced, distributed and consumed. Machines + Media will focus on present and future developments for these new applications.
Is the age of virtual reality, long anticipated, finally upon us? Exploring Future Reality is a full day event with virtual and augmented reality faculty researchers and industry experts delivering lightning talks, presentations and interactive demos. The discussion will focus on the impact of VR/AR on the media and technology industry, including best practices for storytelling, prototyping and distribution.
NYC Media Lab 16 is a snapshot of the best thinking, projects, and talent in digital media from universities in NYC and beyond. This is an opportunity for media executives, technologists, and decision makers to explore interesting technologies and applications related to the future of media. Through thought-provoking discussions, faculty-led workshops, and 100+ innovative demos, attendees will explore pressing issues related to digital media innovation.