The rise of machine models with advanced language skills is set to up-end professional work, with a big impact on news media. If you don't believe it, go and have a play with GPT-3 yourself.
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The same kind of analysis that has seen The Economist rank nations by the cost of Big Mac burgers shows that publication itself varies by more than 300…
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Where fact and melody collideNews music is not often discussed, but it is important in branding, grabbing attention, and setting an emotional atmosphere. Dutch journalist Victor…
Keep calm and make a plan: Sarah Bristow on news directingSarah Bristow is the News Director at Discovery in New Zealand: she's a powerful combination of directness and acute broadcast audience understanding.
It’s wet. It’s so wet, it’s hard to remember what dry is like. As with much of New South Wales, it’s been raining here for what seems to be several…
On assignment in Australia: Bill GrueskinIt is a measure of how significant the Australian News Media Bargaining Code is as an international precedent that someone like Grueskin has turned up…
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