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How does Artificial Intelligence Journalism assure freedom of information? One of the key pillars on which Artificial Intelligence (AI) journalism is based on is the fact that the information industry is run in a more democratic and free manner from all sides: the sender side, the receiver side and the feedback side.
Can you imagine how many stories newspapers, social media, and other media portals publish every day? What about videos, tweets, social media posts, text messages, mobile applications chat and daily phone conversations online. How can we keep track of the amount of data that we produce every day? There are 2.5 quintillion bytes of data created
Artificial Intelligence (AI) journalism, as I previously explained, concentrates on “a new media era combined with the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) techniques to create new media tools, coin more influential media content, maintain the diversity of the audience and meet all of their ambitions, and make channels to exchange views and reactions interactively over 24-hours daily. With Artificial Intelligence journalism, the world will turn from a Small Village on a micro-screen.”
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Two decades ago, a Goldman Sachs executive coined the label BRICs to describe four big emerging nations: Brazil, Russia, India and China. Rapid growth and expansion of the ranks of the wealthy in these countries vindicated the faith of investors. Their leaders
COVID-19 has been an earthquake along the already fraught fault lines of global education. The result is a deep chasm into which the most vulnerable have fallen: 1.6 billion children were out of education at the height of school closures. If we do not act now