Center for Artificial Intelligence Journalism

Center for Artificial Intelligence Journalism

The Center for Artificial Intelligence Journalism was established at the beginning of 2019 at the Department of Journalism of the Institute of Communication Studies and Journalism. Its main goal is the development of interdisciplinary research in the field of journalism, ethics and computer science.

Aims of the Center

The main task of the Center is a systematic research of artificial intelligence in journalism and wider social impacts.

The aim is also to frame the methodology of machine ethics in journalism and robot ethics related to the news media. Ethics is a necessary prerequisite for the socially responsible and sustainable development of the news media in the era of artificial intelligence.

The scope of activities includes the implementation of classes closely related to the advent of artificial intelligence journalism, as well as organizing workshops and conferences on the development of artificial intelligence for both the professional and educated lay public and educational activities at the level of media literacy development in relation to artificial intelligence journalism.

The Center was established with the financial support of the Avast Foundation.


The researchers of the project include academic workplaces of public universities and a public press agency. The ICSJ team consists of:

PhDr. Václav Moravec, Ph.D., Ph.D.
doc. MgA. Filip Láb, Ph.D.
PhDr. Ludmila Trunečková, Ph.D.
Mgr. Veronika Macková
Mgr. Sandra Štefaniková

An overview of all researchers can be found on the center's website.

About the project

About the project