New publication by Aynur Sarısakaloğlu entitled "Artificial Intelligence and Journalism" in the handbook "Journalism Theories"

The implementation of artificial intelligence technologies in journalism is associated with profound changes that majorly impact the conditions of journalistic work.

This leads to questions about the extent to which new technological developments can influence journalistic processes and hence challenge journalism.

In her article "Artificial Intelligence and Journalism", Aynur Sarısakaloğlu illuminates the transformation of journalism in the light of the increasing integration of artificially intelligent applications and provides an overview of possible application fields of algorithm-driven systems in the production and distribution of journalistic content. Based on this, she explains the extent to which algorithms can influence the understanding of journalistic roles using the gatekeeping approach as an example and draws conclusions for the future of research in journalism.

Link to the article:

Sarısakaloğlu, A. (2022). Künstliche Intelligenz und Journalismus. In: Löffelholz, M., Rothenberger, L. (eds) Handbuch Journalismustheorien. Springer VS, Wiesbaden.



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