Could your organisation benefit from creating a Trust Framework?

Data mining is a major tool for media and entertainment companies, enabling them to drive digital transformation, exploiting more fully not only data which was already available, but also new sources of data from both inside and outside the organisation.


Here on MediaWrites, we have analysed how data mining and AI could represent massive opportunities for the media sector, but that time and space, and experimentation, is needed to identify the really transformative applications.

Really effective experimentation will require collaboration, as few standalone organisations have the kind of data that is required. Collaboration requires trust.  Trust requires clear, robust, balanced frameworks within which competing interests can briefly align for the benefit of the greater good.

But is there an easy way to identify if your organisation can benefit from a trust framework, what could this trust framework look like, and what should you consider when choosing data sharing partners?

We’ve put together a helpful infographic that covers all of these topics, which is available here.

Click here for more data mining materials and resources at your fingertips.

We’re also planning on running some workshops on Data Mining and AI soon, so you if this is of interest to you, you can register your interest below or here.

Technological advancement in media & sport
Bird & Bird's media & sport specialists are pairing up with our tech experts to deliver complimentary tailored Tessellate workshops on topics like the ones you can find here on MediaWrites. The workshops can be tailored based on your interests and needs.
These complimentary workshops will give media & sports businesses affected by technological shifts valuable insights into the key developments shaping the future of your industry as well as advice on ways in which to respond to the opportunities and challanges the future presents.
Rebecca is an Associate in Bird & Bird's Commercial Media, Entertainment and Sport team in London.

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