Robot Journalism: Can Human Journalism Survive?

Authors : Noam Lemelshtrich Latar (Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya, Israel)

Publisher : World Scientific

ISBN : 978-981-3237-33-9

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"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."
"Noam Lemelshtrich Latar is the Founding Dean of the School of Communications at IDC Herzliya (Israel's first private university), which has been the site of pioneering experiments in employing cutting-edge communications technologies to synergize journalism, robotics, virtual reality, augmented reality art and conflict resolution. He served as the Chairperson of the Israeli Communications Association (ISCA) from 2009 to 2012.

He received a PhD in Communications from MIT in 1974, MSc from Stanford in 1971, and a BSc in Engineering from California State University Northridge (summa cum laude). He was among the founders of the Community Dialogue Project at MIT, experimenting with interactive communications involving communities through electronic means. He pioneered the papers on touch-screen feedback for interactive TV, on new media and cybernetic decision making, on digital identities (Social DNA), and on Artificial Intelligence robotics in journalism.

Dr Lemelshtrich Latar initiated the teaching and research of new media at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem and at Tel-Aviv University, and was involved in the Israeli high-tech industry, establishing several communications startups in cognitive enhancement that employ computer algorithms and data mining for the creation of digital consumer profiles. Dr Lemelshtrich Latar is the Chair of the Daniel Pearl International Journalism Institute. His current research interests are the effects of artificial intelligence on media and journalism and the potential of art to create dialogue across cultures."
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