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ONA 23, the Online News Association’s annual conference held last week in Philadelphia, demonstrated just how quickly artificial intelligence and machine learning have become a dominant focus in the industry, even as news organizations largely remain cautious about integrating Large Language Models like ChatGPT into workflows.
Privacy. It’s hard to think of another word that is simultaneously at the center of journalism, technology and Internet policy. Privacy is increasingly thought of broadly, and encompasses trust and networks. It’s a big story now, involving the White House, Edward Snowden, data breaches and research. Balancing identity, marketing and privacy is a quagmire for … Continued
This is the fourth of a series of blog reports about the status of the news landscape and a challenge to create a new one. The series is authored by Bill Densmore, a 2008-2009 RJI Fellow and originator of the Information Valet Project. View the series here. Banks do it. Airlines do it. Phone companies … Continued
David Cohn Director of News, Circa; 2010-2011 Reynolds Fellow, Reynolds Journalism Institute David Cohn is the director of news for Circa, a mobile-first newsroom and pioneer of the “follow” feature for news arcs. Previously, he founded the first platform to crowdfund for independent reporting projects and was a pioneer in crowdsourced journalism. Cohn has written … Continued