tl;dr → they are using robots so that reporters can focus on “high value work.” i.e. most of what you’re reading, right now, today, even at the big brightly-lit news shops, is farmed content auto-formfill-assembled drek.
- The Associated Press
- USA Today
- Jeremy Gilbert, director of strategic initiatives, The Washington Post.
- Francesco Marconi, strategy manager, and AI co-lead (that’s an actual title?) Associated Press.
- Seth Lewis, professor, of journalism, University of Oregon.
The Suitcase Words
- Artificial Intelligence (AI)