Robot Journalism: Can Human Journalism Survive?

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World Scientific, Mar 9, 2018 - Social Science - 152 pages

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is changing all aspects of communications and journalism as automatic processes are being introduced into all facets of classical journalism: investigation, content production, and distribution. Traditional human roles in these fields are being replaced by automatic processes and robots.

The first section of this book focuses on a discussion of AI, the new emerging field of robot journalism, and the opportunities that AI limitations create for human journalists. The second section offers examples of the new journalism storytelling that empower human journalists using new technologies, new applications, and AI tools. While this book focuses on journalism, the discussion and conclusions are relevant to all content creators, including professionals in the advertising industry, which is a major main source of support for journalism.

Contents:
  • Preface
  • About the Authors
  • Acknowledgments
  • AI and Journalism:
    • Introduction (Noam Lemelshtrich Latar)
    • Are AI's Limitations Creating New Opportunities for Human Journalists? (Noam Lemelshtrich Latar)
    • Robot Journalism (Noam Lemelshtrich Latar)
    • Big Data and Advanced Analytics (Amir Ruskin)
    • Automatic Newsrooms (Noam Lemelshtrich Latar)
  • New Story Telling in the Age of AI:
    • "The New News" Storytelling in the Digital Age (Gali Einav and Nathan Lipson)
    • Immersive Journalism: The New Narrative (Doron Friedman and Candice Kotzen)
    • New Journalistic Story Telling Covering Conflict Zones (Noam Lemelshtrich Latar)
    • Evolution, Revolution, or a Real Game Changer? Artificial Intelligence and Sports Journalism (Yair Galily)
    • Cybernetics and the New Storytelling of Government Decision Making in the Age of AI (Noam Lemelshtrich Latar)
    • Conclusions
  • Index

Readership: Journalists and content creators in all media platforms as well as students of media studies and journalism.
Keywords: Artificial Intelligence;Communications;Journalism;Content Production;Media;StorytellingReview:0
 

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