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Journalism has an AI intelligibility problem; the rapid growth of applied artificial intelligence (AI) in news production has left a knowledge and skills gap amongst journalists that threatens their ability to fulfil their public service remit responsibly, ethically, and effectively. Building from a successful EPSRC-funded project that co-produced a strategy for fostering newsworkers’ understanding and agency in respect of AI, this action-research project will work with the BBC to co-design and deliver a process of intervention and iteration. By hosting cultural probe-driven multidisciplinary workshops to explore requirements for design and adoption of value-aligned AI, it will give journalists a voice in developing newsrooms of the future.
|Effective start/end date||1/01/22 → 31/10/22|
- ESRC: £19,304.00
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Artificial Intelligence in PSM News: The AI Intelligibility-Agency Problem and the Future of Public Service Journalism
Bronwyn Jones (Speaker)19 Sept 2022
Activity: Academic talk or presentation types › Oral presentation
Bronwyn Jones (Invited speaker)22 Jun 2022
Activity: Participating in or organising an event types › Participation in conference