Category Archives: Idées à Genève

Voici la liste des idées qui seront présentées à Genève

SAVE THE DATE : 22 + 23 mars 2019

Chères Participantes, Chers Participants,

Nous organisons pour la 4ème fois les SRG SSR les 22 et 23 mars 2019, sur le thème « Consommation des médias dans le futur » avec deux sous-thèmes : « Personnalisation » et « Radio du futur ». Ce sont les thèmes de base mais, selon la tradition des hackathons, la thématique est ouverte à toutes les propositions. L’objectif est de proposer des thèmes de réflexion, dont les participants peuvent s’emparer s’ils le souhaitent, et de dédier du temps à pousser plus loin la thématique pour voir comment la faire évoluer.

L’idée de ces deux journées est donc de mélanger des personnes de l’éditorial, de la recherche et du digital pour faire avancer des idées, des concepts qui peuvent venir de tous participants.

Les hackdays auront lieu simultanément à Genève sur le balcon du Léman, à Zurich dans un Studio TV et nouveauté pour cette édition : également à Lugano dans un studio TV. Une liaison Triplex sera mise en place pour communiquer entre les trois sites pendant toute la durée de l’évènement.

Cette édition s’inscrira dans le cadre de la semaine du festival d’innovation ouverte d’OpenGeneva.

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infaux Darius – Fabriquer une fake news

infaux Darius

This program essentially was a version of Face2Facedeepfake and other tools of the same style. Taking a recording of one person’s face they could then transmit this to another person. Considering the amount of time spent on it, the result was quite impressive.

Application-wise this one is more of a “what could journalists soon have to deal with” than anything they themselves will use, in my opinion. (Let’s hope James O’Keefe never hears of this) What I can see some use in on the field of journalism would be deconstructing this technology, as knowing how it happens may help journalists of tomorrow analyse if a video was tampered with in this way or not. The second option is a bit stranger: Instead of having separate Anchors, you could just have one person who isn’t actually real doing the job (possibly interesting for online platforms), or replace Anchors who are sick/unavailable, which just opens another can of worms when it comes to ethics in media…

Of course, for other media professionals tools like this may open some new avenues that could be used in interesting ways too.

Text: Ivan Anderegg

Team: Antoine Mercier and Ismaël Fatton RTS

Smart Badge Voice Assistant – Fabriquer des badges avec l’IA

Smart Badge Voice Assistant

The second eventual winner, this one was quite impressive and totally deserved in my opinion. Through linking Google Home, an IPad and a printer, this tool printed badges fully voice-controlled. It ran into some of the usual troubles associated with voice controls during the pitch, but that’s to be expected.

As I mentioned above, Smart Badge’s victory was deserved. The tool does one thing, and it does it well. I can see some application at parties or in places where having to enter something digitally may be a bit of a problem. It’s not groundbreaking, but putting up a few of these might help streamline some events in the future.

Text: Ivan Anderegg

Team: Xavier Zeppetella and Jordan Montel

MatchMe – Le Tinder des médias


This one was pitched as “Tinder for News”. The program showed you a headline, and through swiping you decided if you wanted to ignore it or add it onto your reading list, with each swipe improving the tool’s knowledge of your reading habits and thus the suggestions.

This is a concept I’ve come across before here on Medium. While that article’s a few years old by now, much of what was said in it was executed in MatchMe, and I will simply link my own comment on that article to describe my opinion on the concept:

Text: Ivan Anderegg

Team: Jasmina Travnjak & CFP students

Rating bot – Bot des audiences

The last entry which functioned purely voice controlled, ratingsbot used voice recognition to allow users to browse their account’s various metrics. This worked quite well in the presentation, with the option to choose the channel and timeframe. From what I could tell, the only thing the tool could do at the moment was popularity, which you could then further inspect on each entry.

This one was more of a gimmick again in my opinion, as I personally don’t see much use for voice control when it comes to a metrics tool. Nevertheless it was interesting to see what can be done with the tool and how specific you could get with search terms.

Text: Ivan Anderegg

Team: Lydie Perret and Damien Rollot RTS