As datasets become bigger and more complex, machine learning models that help reporters sort and analyze data are becoming not only more sophisticated but also more accessible to reporters everywhere’

Uses of machine learning for investigative projects so far ‘have not even scratched the surface,’ says John Keefe of Quartz. He adds AI-derived material must still be treated like any other source

Two online resources for journalists are Quartz AI Studio and Fast.AI

Keefe is a pioneer of machine learning in journalism after multiple projects at Quartz.


Using the power of machines to complete impossible reporting tasks
ICIJ | October 22, 2019 | by Spencer Woodman