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    Article "The Prose of the Machines"
    “Robots” are surprisingly good at writing news stories, but humans still have one big edge.

    by Will Oremus
    July 14, 2014

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    Article "The robot as cub reporter: law's emerging role in cognitive journalism"

    by Elizabeth A. Kirley
    European Journal of Law and Technology, Vol 7, No 3, 2016

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    Article "The next tool for journalists: artificial intelligence"
    AP’s manager of corporate strategy writes how artificial intelligence can help journalists automatically adapt stories to the personalities, moods and locations of their readers.

    by Francesco Marconi
    May 10, 2016

    Crystal Project Inc.

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    Robonews

    Published on Oct 31, 2017

    Could artificial intelligence create the headlines of tomorrow? News flash: it's already happening! It's time to look at the world of automated news. Would you put your trust in a robo-journalist?

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    Could A.I. write a novel like Hemingway? | Salman Rushdie

    Published on Dec 18, 2017

    Author and public intellectual Salman Rushdie knows his way around a good word or two. It's made him one of the most celebrated and widely-read authors of the last 50 years. But he has an open mind that one day a machine might be able to emulate him. He remembers an era not too long ago where people were deriding computer chess programs, saying that they would never beat grandmaster human players. It only took a couple of decades until those that chided the chess AI had to eat crow, Salman posits, so why should writing be any different? Salman Rushdie's latest book is The Golden House.

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