IN THE GUARDIAN Paul Chadwick says journalists need to consider whether fundamental human values are met in AI-enabled journalism, no differently than when the gathering or writing is done by humans. He suggests newsroom codes should be updated in light of growing uses of AI tools.
Paul Chadwick is the reader’s editor of the Guardian.
‘A clause something like: “When using artificial intelligence to augment your journalism, consider its compatibility with the values of this code. Software that ‘thinks’ is increasingly useful, but it does not necessarily gather or process information ethically.”’