Using ChatGPT for Journalism and Media Education

The study “Collaborating With ChatGPT: Considering the Implications of Generative Artificial Intelligence for Journalism and Media Education” by John V. Pavlik from Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey was coauthored with ChatGPT, a generative artificial intelligence platform that produces text responses from text prompts. ChatGPT is a natural language processing platform introduced to the … Continued


Artificial Intelligence literacy for journalism

The study “Imagination, Algorithms and News: Developing AI Literacy for Journalism” by Mark Deuze from University of Amsterdam and Charlie Beckett from London School of Economics framed the dimensions of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and presented the components of AI literacy. According to the authors, journalism is intimately connected to the role of AI in news … Continued


Use of artificial intelligence in South African newsrooms

The study “Artificial Intelligence Practices in Everyday News Production: The Case of South Africa’s Mainstream Newsrooms” by Allen Munoriyarwa, Sarah Chiumbu and Gilbert Motsaathebe, all from University of Johannesburg, looks at to what extent artificial intelligence (AI) has been used in South African newsrooms and how journalists and editors perceive it. There is no common … Continued


How media outlets and Internet companies fight deepfakes

The new article “Fighting Deepfakes: Media and Internet Giants’ Converging and Diverging Strategies Against Hi-Tech Misinformation” by Ángel Vizoso, Martín Vaz-Álvarez, and Xosé López-García, all of University of Santiago de Compostela in Media and Communication, looks at how three media outlets and three Internet-based companies deal with a new form of misinformation: deepfakes. Deepfake is … Continued