Featured: Tomorrow's Newspaper
Google DNI funds projects that will bring AI in our newsrooms
Il Sole 24 Ore and Radio 24 will receive 978k euros in financial support from the Digital News Innovation Fund
Content Innovation Lab
Our goal is to come up and develop new ideas, issues, prototypes and products to be implemented in the world of information.
Tomorrow’s newspaper. Where are we heading?
New horizons, new business models open up with the introduction of automation in the newspaper business and with the entry of robotics and artificial intelligence in the newsroom
On the air
Robotics and reporting wars
The use of drones to document the devastation of the civil war in Syria
The shared truth of collaborative journalism
The authority of information guaranteed by participation and lack of affiliation to a brand
At the forefront of immersive journalism
How long will it take for augmented information to become a revenue-generating product for publishers?
Fact-based journalism vs fake news
Artificial intelligence as a safeguard against lies in real time.
When robots write the articles
The automatic production of content, from the Associated Press to the Washington Post
La redazione di New York dell'agenzia Associated Press nel 1925. L'attenzione all'accuratezza dell'informazione in tempo reale è la stessa ma oggi a scrivere migliaia di lanci sui bilanci delle aziende sono robot.
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Artificial intelligence in the newsroom
Machines that are able to ask questions and understand vocal answers while also monitoring facial expressions
The beholder's eye
The future must be 'digital first'
Digital innovation means building unique digital products and services to replace our mass product, the traditional newspaper, that is becoming increasingly less valuable
A tailor-made, multitasking newspaper
Journalists will have to be able to master multiple languages
A custom-made newspaper for each reader
Alberto Orioli, Il Sole 24 Ore’s deputy editor, looks at the information of the future
Digital First is crucial but what truly matters for the NYT is quality
Joe Kahn, managing editor of the New York Times. You need a great newsroom to charge for content
Picking up that newspaper I felt so much like a man from back in the day
News at 18. Experts in place of journalists, video essays better than articles
What is artificial intelligence? A glossary
What does a machine need to “think like human beings”
Arria, a way to transform data into written text
The NLG engine suitable for both amateur and expert developers
Banjo: live events or breaking news through internet chatter
The app uses posts from Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Foursquare, Path and others
Cortico, machine learning to understand the heart of America
A non-profit started at MIT
Man's best friend
Watson, artificial intelligence’s ambassador
The IBM AI system grinds data tirelessly and solves the practical problems of businesses, cities, and planets
Recount, AI accounting for SMEs
Software that works as a real-time, financial consultant highlighting trends and problems
Inhabit understands the context and creates infographics
And the reader is, on average, likely to stop and read for double the amount of time