Tag: Artificial intelligence
2023 is going to be a hot year for AI — but what about for journalism?
The ethical implications of AI in news.
Adding pre-publish options to the SEO Slack tool
Using keywords, AI and automation for pre-publish insights.
ONA22: Metrics and mission don’t have to stay separate
At ONA22, yesterday’s Tech Trends talk tying the future of journalism to AI and the metaverse gave way to a discussion today about using AI and data-driven decision-making to connect more closely with audiences.
Can journalism get ahead of the Metaverse?
This is not the first rodeo for journalism and augmented reality and the like but it might be an ideal time for inroads and progress.
When and how should we use AI in news?
We spoke with Marc Lavallee of The New York Times about newsrooms incorporating AI technology and tools into their work.
How does an AI news editor compare to a human editor?
There are pros and cons to using AI as your editor.
RJI 2019: Strengthening journalism, connecting with citizens, preserving content and exploring tech
As another year ends, the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute reflects on some of its accomplishments and lessons learned with a mission of helping journalism survive and thrive.
What to do with too many images
RJI digital curator Edward McCain begins quest to rank and sort photo files through AI
AI isn’t taking journalists’ jobs. It is making them smarter and more efficient
Utopian or dystopian? When it comes to artificial intelligence and machine learning, how journalists view the technology, and how willing they are to delve into the many layers it can empower, is the secret sauce in creating a better workplace. Five journalists from The Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, WIRED, Dogtown Media and Graphika visited … Continued
RJI Innovation Series tackles artificial intelligence to embrace opportunities, fight challenges
Artificial intelligence poses a number of threats and opportunities to the news industry. News outlets such as Bloomberg and The Washington Post have used robots to help produce content. But some journalists fear robots might replace them.