Google Genesis the end of journalism

Google is reportedly testing an AI tool that can generate news articles. The tool, called Genesis, is still in development and could potentially revolutionize the way news is produced.

Genesis uses “current event details” and other information to create news. Journalists could use Genesis to help them write articles, leaving them to focus on other tasks such as reporting and editing.

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According to a NY Times publication, Google has pitched Genesis to several major news organizations, including the New York Times, Wall Street Journal and Washington Post. Genesis is said to be able to produce "high-quality, factual news articles" at a fraction of the cost of traditional journalism.

However, there are some concerns about the use of artificial intelligence in journalism. Some worry that Genesis could lead to the automation of journalism jobs and that it could also be used to spread misinformation.

Google on the other hand is rumored to be committed to using Genesis responsibly. Genesis will be used to supplement, not replace, human resources.

We are truly living in an era transition. Artificial intelligence will very soon begin to "serve" us, whatever that means. It will serve us news selected by the algorithms of Google, or any major technology company. We just have to trust their good mood, and their commitment to their audience.

Yes, the availability of information through the media can depend on the mood, the party orientation, and the financial situation of the journalist, we have seen it happen.

What we have not seen but can easily imagine from the history of the big tech companies (see Google and Facebook) is that they use the customer as a product and in this particular case as a product that consumes news…. The Best Technology Site in Greecefgns

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