The GAIJI new AI journalism’s Index is considered as the world’s first index to monitor media use of AI journalism technologies.
The world is facing fundamental changes every day in technology, economic, geopolitical and humanity levels too.
I remember more than twenty years ago when I was preparing for my master’s study on globalisation and intercontinental cultural values,
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?
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.
Food security, taken for granted in the fairly well-off countries, remains out of bounds for many people in less developed nations.
There is a lot of talk and debate over control of online speech, more specifically fake new and hate speech. On one hand you have defenders of free speech
Prime Minister Narendra Modi last week resumed his global peregrinations, which were interrupted by the COVID pandemic, with a visit to the United States.