Amelia Brust

563. What artificial intelligence programs like ChatGPT mean for the future of journalism

David Cohn, senior director of the AlphaGroup tech/media incubator and the co-founder and chief strategy officer of Subtext, says artificial intelligence programs like ChatGPT won’t be taking journalists jobs, at least not anytime soon. But there are still vital roles for journalists to play as AI programs become more commonplace in the newsroom.

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405. Former public radio journalist pushes back on ‘objectivity’

Lewis Raven Wallace has never been entirely objective — so how could he expect to be as a journalist?  He cut his teeth as an activist and community organizer for issues such as transgender rights, police violence in Chicago and racial discrimination. On top of all that, as a transgender person his identity was never…

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387. Lead reporter in Sandusky case now investigating barriers in school data reporting

Why are some educators better than others at gathering and supplying data about their institutions or students to the press? Whose privacy is protected by barriers to school data reporting: the students’ or the schools’? Sara Ganim, a former CNN investigative reporter, and a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, is trying answer these questions through a Hearst…

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352. Students filling a coverage gap for Montana’s Native American country

Spread across Montana are seven Native American reservations and the state-recognized Little Shell Tribe of Chippewa Indians. And for four months each year, a team of students from the University of Montana School of Journalism reports their stories. The Native News Honors Project, now in its 28th year, has two missions: To bring much-needed coverage…

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