As a researcher, Nele Goutier specializes in journalistic innovations related to Artificial Intelligence and new narrative forms such as Virtual and Augmented Reality. She loves to find creative ways to translate the insights from her scientific research into journalistic professional practice and education.
Nele Goutier graduated Cum Laude in 2015 from the two-year international master's degree in Journalism, Media & Globalization at Aarhus University (Denmark) and the University of Amsterdam. She previously studied Cultural Anthropology and Development Studies in Nijmegen, political science in Montpellier (France) and attended a summer school documentary directing in Havana (Cuba).
Nele gained experience as a writing and multimedia journalist at, among others, Human, Filosofie Magazine, RTL Nieuws, Radio Netherlands Worldwide, Het Parool and OneWorld. In the editorial rooms where she worked, Nele saw how journalists struggle with rapid digital developments. She therefore decided to delve into the possibilities of journalistic innovation.
As a researcher, Nele is jointly responsible for the implementation of the project From Black Box To Glass Box, which investigates the influence of AI on Dutch journalism. She previously worked on the Immersive Journalism project, which explored innovative journalistic techniques and forms - Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality and 360 videos. At the School of Journalism Nele teaches research and writing skills.
Fields of expertise
- Journalistic innovation