As AI technology rapidly evolves, how will it transform journalism and newsrooms? In our first episode, we delve into the intersection of AI and journalism with our guest, Matt Karolian, General Manager of Boston.com and Platforms at the Boston Globe.
In 2017, Matt spent a year at Harvard and MIT as a Nieman Fellow studying how AI and automation might impact the future of news, media, and publishing.
He teaches Audience Engagement: Journalism in the Age of Google, Facebook, Twitter, and Apple at the Harvard Extension School.
Join us for this insightful conversation as Matt shares his experience leading the AI efforts at The Boston Globe. He provides a unique perspective on how the news industry can adapt, innovate, and flourish in the age of AI.
We explore the implications of generative AI on journalism, tackle concerns related to AI disclosure, trust, accuracy, and bias, and examine the impact of AI-powered search engines on search traffic for publishers.
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