Microsoft announce new partnership with journalism organizations
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Microsoft has announced collaborations with news organizations to assist them in adopting artificial intelligence (AI) tools and techniques. The partnerships involve providing AI training, resources, and technology access to news outlets and journalism schools. The goal is to demonstrate how AI can enhance news gathering while maintaining ethical standards. Collaborating organizations include The GroundTruth Project, Semafor, the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism, the Online News Association (ONA), and AI startup Nota. The projects build on Microsoft's previous Democracy Forward initiative, which aims to counter information threats in journalism.
"Our goal is to support thriving, sustainable newsrooms with the technology they need to perform the essential function of informing the world," Noreen Gillespie, Journalism Director of Microsoft
Microsoft has announced collaborations with news organizations to assist them in adopting artificial intelligence (AI) tools and techniques. The partnerships involve providing AI training, resources, and technology access to news outlets and journalism schools. The goal is to demonstrate how AI can enhance news gathering while maintaining ethical standards. Collaborating organizations include The GroundTruth Project, Semafor, the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism, the Online News Association (ONA), and AI startup Nota. The projects build on Microsoft's previous Democracy Forward initiative, which aims to counter information threats in journalism.
"Healthy news organizations do not exist without journalists who know their communities and topics," Gillespie affirmed.
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