IMI Projects

To help media companies meet the challenges of digitization, we support research and innovation projects with our affiliated universities and in partnership with our media members. In doing so, we rely on the many areas of excellence and cutting-edge knowledge of our researchers and experts to develop innovative solutions that benefit the media and have a positive impact on the public and society.

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  • Artificial Intelligence & automation
  • Audience engagement & participation
  • Misinformation & public trust
  • New formats & narratives
The Holmenkollen Project
The Holmenkollen Project

Sports highlights are traditionally created by hand. While this remains the best method for large[…]

Personalized Recommendation: from Polarization to Discovery
Personalized Recommendation: from Polarization to Discovery

Is it conceivable to offer personalized content recommendation without necessarily trapping users in so-called information[…]

Subtitling of Swiss German into Standard German: Automatic Post-Editing
Subtitling of Swiss German into Standard German: Automatic Post-Editing

This project aims to develop, in collaboration with SRF, an automatic post-editing system to improve[…]

Media Laboratory
Media Laboratory

Building sustainable online engagement has become a major challenge for the media industry since it[…]

Four Condos and a Containment
Four Condos and a Containment

Would you let your children play in the park? How focused would you be during[…]

Trust Over Time
Trust Over Time

This project anticipates the growing risk for media outlets to publish erroneous information as they[…]

Scientific Expertise and Media Discourse
Scientific Expertise and Media Discourse

Now more than ever, the ability of journalists to quickly contextualize information and find experts[…]

Media Observatory Initiative
Media Observatory Initiative

In the digital age, news consumers experience increasing difficulty in distinguishing genuine from false information[…]

Traceable Original Journalistic Content (TOJC)
Traceable Original Journalistic Content (TOJC)

In today's media environment, it is becoming increasingly difficult to distinguish between journalistic content and[…]

Fake News, Audiences and Journalism
Fake News, Audiences and Journalism

This project wants to highlight how young audiences in French-speaking Switzerland (18-25 years old) are[…]

Social network Architectures of Disinformation (#sad)
Social network Architectures of Disinformation (#sad)

Social networks have become by far the most important place online to discuss and exchange[…]