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We collaborated with Cortico, a media analytics nonprofit recently launched from the Laboratory for Social Machines at the MIT Media Lab, to analyze the level of attention the president has given to certain issues on Twitter, as well as how other users have responded.
As newsrooms adapt to the digital era, the systems powering them must also keep pace. Read our e-book to see the four features that optimize the NRCS to help journalists generate revenue from digital sources and keep up with broadcasts.
Media organizations, universities and mission-driven foundations are dedicated to informing the public and spreading fact-based information. How do these groups come together to further their common cause?
Learn how artificial intelligence will augment your newsroom and how you can leverage it to your advantage by reading “The future of augmented journalism: A guide for newsrooms in the age of smart machines.”
In an era of fake news, building trust between your brand and your audience is more important than ever. Read our e-book and watch our interview on how to tell authentic stories and win audiences’ trust.
This year, we collaborated with researchers from Stanford University and the University of Washington to evaluate the role of automated journalism in capital markets. The analysis conducted found compelling evidence that automated articles increase firms’ trading volume and liquidity.
Nathan Griffiths has traveled the world as AP’s lead experimenter with 360-degree video. In this first of a two-part series, he shares what our strategy with the emerging format has been, why we’re expanding it into breaking news, and what the difference really is between 360-degree video and virtual reality.
An estimated 57 million people spent a combined $32 billion on fantasy sports in the U.S. and Canada last year, according to the Fantasy Sports Trade Association. Here’s how we’re providing more fantasy coverage for football season and beyond.