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Artificial Intelligence threat to journalism in the future
Written by SOT.COM.AL 20 Shtator 2023
Artificial intelligence seems to be moving in leaps and bounds beyond expectations. It has already turned into a chameleon where it sometimes looks like a threat, and sometimes an opportunity for journalism, while half of the respondents for a new report that was published said they have concerns about ethnic implications in their work.
While 85 percent of respondents had experimented with AI chatbots, such as ChatGPT and Google Bard, for their work, including writing summaries or generating headlines, 60 percent said they had reservations.
The study, conducted by the London School of Economics' Artificial Intelligence Initiative, surveyed over 100 media organizations from 46 countries about their use of artificial intelligence and related technology. The surveys were conducted between April and July.
"Over 60 percent of respondents highlighted their concern about the ethnic implications of artificial intelligence on journalistic values, including accuracy, fairness and transparency, but also other aspects of journalism," the researchers said in a statement.
"Journalism around the world is going through another exciting but also scary period of technological change," said report co-author and project director Charlie Beckett.
He said the study showed that the new generative tools of artificial intelligence were "both a potential threat to the integrity of information and media", but also "a tremendous opportunity to make journalism more efficient, effective and reliable".
The journalists surveyed said that artificial intelligence has benefits, such as saving time for their tasks, such as transcribing interviews.
But they also said that content generated by artificial intelligence needs to be checked by humans "to minimize potential harm, such as inaccuracy," the study's authors said./REL