Take the AP’s new survey on AI

Dec 5, 2023

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The Associated Press is conducting an anonymous survey on how the news industry approaches AI, with an emphasis on professional and ethical practices around generative AI, like ChatGPT and Midjourney.

The survey will be open through the month and take about 25-30 minutes to complete. Results will be published next year, but have published a report on results from its 2021 survey on AI in local newsrooms.

Worth a Read:

  • A judge dismissed most of the lawsuit filed by a comedian against Meta over its AI model LLaMA, which was trained on a dataset that included her book. However, she can refile with specific examples of infringing outputs, setting the bar for AI’s legal framework.
  • The Global Investigative Journalism Network published a list of its top ten investigative tools for the year. The tools include tips and tricks for popular social media platforms like Telegram and LinkedIn.
  • Brant Houston and Jennifer LaFleur compiled a few standout newsroom-led data-driven journalism projects to present at GIJC, including how The Submerged City used data to show rising sea levels threatening Uruguay, and how Reuters investigated insect population decline.


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