The business of communicating the happenings of society might seem to be something entirely human-centric. After all, what do machines care about what happens in the news? However, the journalism industry as a whole is highly dependent on technology. From ways of communicating instantly with news sources and content generated first-hand in image, video, and text form, to the publication of content across an ever-increasing array of channels, technology is core to making the news and journalism industry buzz at the pace that news is generated. However, it’s not just that news and journalism is a consumer of technology, but increasingly technology itself is changing the way that news and journalism is done. In particular, news organizations are increasingly leveraging AI to change the way news is generated, produced, published, and shared. In the not-too-distant future, intelligent machines will generate news articles, perhaps exactly like the kind you are reading now.
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