Francesco Marconi (2020). Newsmakers: Artificial Intelligence And The Future Of Journalism

New York: Columbia University Press. 216 pp., ISBN: 9780-231549356

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Keywords:

journalism studies, technology, artificial intelligence, machine learning

Abstract

This is the review of the book by Francesco Marconi "Newsmakers: Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Journalism."

Author Biography

Paweł Baranowski, Institute of Journalism and Social Communication, University of Wrocław


Dr Paweł Baranowski is an assistant professor at the Institute of Journalism and Social Communication at University of Wroclaw (Poland). His scientific interests are focused around political communication, social media and journalism studies. He has gathered experience in research projects, dedicated to the changes of journalistic profession and the evolution of political campaigning. He is the former Secretary and an active member of the Polish Communication Association.

References

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Mayer-Schönberger, V., & Cukier, K. (2013). Big data: A revolution that will transform how we live, work, and think. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.

Willnat, L., & Weaver, D. H. (2018). Social media and US journalists: Uses and perceived effects on perceived norms and values. Digital Journalism, 6(7), 889-909.

Zubiaga, A. (2019). Mining social media for newsgathering: A review. Online Social Networks and Media, 13, 100049.

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Published

2022-01-13

How to Cite

Baranowski, P. (2022). Francesco Marconi (2020). Newsmakers: Artificial Intelligence And The Future Of Journalism: New York: Columbia University Press. 216 pp., ISBN: 9780-231549356. Central European Journal of Communication, 14(2(29), 357-360. Retrieved from https://journals.ptks.pl/cejc/article/view/298

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Book Reviews