على هامش الدورة ٥٣ لمجلس حقوق الإنسان نظمت جمعية البراعم للعمل الاجتماعي ندوة حول الذكاء الاصطناعي ومستقبل الاعلام وكانت هناك مداخلة للجنة دعم الصحفيين عبر الفيديو القتها المنسقة الاعلامية الانسة حلا جشي.
A number of academics and media experts stressed the need for journalists and media professionals to take advantage of artificial intelligence technologies, and use them to collect and analyze information from various sources and generate headlines, articles and reports in a faster way, in addition to providing media content that is more interesting for the general public, indicating that it’s expected that the development of artificial intelligence in journalism and media will continue in the future.
Despite developments and progress, AI has not become a reliable source of information. This is due to the fact that there is a lot of misinformation because the content provided by AI is based on information obtained from various sources, people, books or websites. And this existing information may be inaccurate, false or biased in certain ways.
Another issue that severely impacts the range of false information is the image generator tool, which gives AI programs the ability to anyone to create a fake image easily and very quickly, and publish it to social media networks.
So journalists need to develop a range of skills to keep up with new technologies and effectively benefit from artificial intelligence, and it is necessary for them to be trained to use AI techniques correctly while maintaining high professional and ethical standards and ensuring the validity and credibility of published information.
It is important to mention that innovative technologies such as artificial intelligence must be compatible with people's rights and freedoms. Therefore, today we must enact laws and conclude international agreements to regulate the use of AI technologies, and protect the rights, data and information of journalists, in addition to copyright and intellectual property rights.