ChatGPT? It's the right excuse, you know, if you want to fire journalists!", jokes a major French press boss. In the corridors of newsrooms around the world, the frantic sprint that tech giants are engaged in around generative AI is now feeding all fantasies and fears. After the advent of the Internet, these new technologies, accessible for only six months to the general public, promise to upset the news industry once again, by defeating a few journalists...
"I would say to you vulgarly: 'Oh my god, what's going on?', if I had to summarize the first reaction of the media that I encounter to generative AI," said Charlie Beckett, head of the AI Journalism program at the London School of Economics (London). Munich, Vienna, Washington, Rio... For four years, this journalist and professor has been travelling the world to discover how newsrooms apprehend...
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