Robot journalism – czy w newsroomach przyszłości będą pracować automaty?

Monika Wawer

Abstrakt

Robot journalism – will future newsrooms be fully automated?

This article examines how automation is used by news organizations in creating content and how it infl uences current journalistic models, professionalism and ethical issues. The analysis is based on series of interviews with key managerial staff, editors and developers at news organizations in which automation is implemented in news production process.

Słowa kluczowe: robot journalism, computational journalism, automation, artifi cial intelligence, newsroom
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