The study is from a series of publications by the Artificial Intelligence Journalism for Research and Forecasting (AIJRF), the UAE-based leading global institution in media studies and artificial intelligence, Dynamic Human Skills (DHS), and Fourth and Fifth industrial Revolutions’ technologies.
UAE-based Artificial Intelligence Journalism for Research and Forecasting (AIJRF) has issued a new book titled Globalization 4.0: The Future of Media in the Age of 7G Journalism, Intelligence-Integrated Public Relations Model by the academic and Artificial Intelligence Journalism pioneer Dr. Mohamed Abdulzaher.
How can I find out how the media is currently using the Artificial Intelligence journalism technologies? Are there any specific tools or solutions for each media organisation about what the newest Artificial Intelligence technologies are using
Two years ago, I have started talking about Artificial Intelligence journalism, the technologies of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, and why we need code of ethics for AI journalism, and standards of professional conduct and policies to control all of these technologies.
Have you ever imagined what the world would be after the Fourth Industrial Revolution, after Artificial Intelligence techniques? What the shape of tools and solutions for the future will look like in the Fifth Industrial Revolution, or 20 years from now?
Do you think tech could hack your brain, reflect all your memories, and measure your behaviours and future plans? The world is facing an emergence and fast expansion of the “internet of bodies” (IoB)
The world is witnessing a massive growth of Artificial Intelligence technologies in various fields of the economy, from AI manufacturing to healthcare to media technology or what I call ‘Artificial Intelligence Journalism’
COVID-19 has played a significant role in wealth redistribution. The tech-first companies and founders have got richer, to the tune of billions. At the same time, the physical-first founders (aviation, hospitality and real estate), have been pushed to the bottom of the global rich list.
Do you remember how many times you used Zoom meeting programme before December 2019? Also, how much did you pay per month for video on demand services and movies before December 2019?
As a result of the novel coronavirus epidemic, most economic activities have stopped, where staying indoors and social distancing have become a normal lifestyle for countless people in recent days. Consequently, the ‘Homebody Economy’ activities are rising among the millions of stay-at-home people around the world.
Academic and Artificial Intelligence Journalism pioneer