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Not human: Major news outlets are using AI to cover the 2016 elections | Futurism

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09 November 2016



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While many fear that robots will take over human jobs—that our future will be one dominated by artificial intelligence—the truth is that many robot systems are already operating in a number of fields. Notably, not all of these jobs are traditional manual labor. In fact, one of the most prominent jobs being taken over is journalism, and to that end, robo-jorunalism is expected to play a huge part in the coverage of the United States elections in 2016 and beyond.

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