‘something fundamental is changing, because of the unprecedented possibilities offered by AI-powered technologies. Something so big that it requires new skills and training, learning how to get data scientists and investigative journalists on the same page, speaking the same language, and even rethinking the whole notion of “journalism”, what its “core business” has become…’

Researchers Charlie Beckett and Fabio Chiusi provide interim thoughts from their study on the future of journalism with AI. They’ve been consulting journalists in several countries.

Their findings will be delivered in the fall of 2019.


The Journalism AI global survey: what we’ve learned so far
POLIS | July 17, 2019 | by Fabio Chiusi and Charlie Beckett