Much has been said about what artificial intelligence and machine learning can do for journalism: from understanding human ethics to predicting when readers are about to cancel their subscriptions.
Want to get hands on with machine learning? Quartz investigative editor John Keefe provides 15 video lessons taken from the 'Hands-on Machine Learning Solutions for Journalists' online class he lead through the Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas. It covers all the techniques that the Quartz investigative team and AI studio commonly use in their journalism.
"Machine learning is particularly good at finding patterns and that can be useful to you when you're trying to search through text documents or lots of images," Keefe explained in the introduction video.
Want to learn more about using artificial intelligence in your newsroom? Join us on the 4 June 2020 at our digital journalism conference Newsrewired at MediaCityUK, which will feature a workshop on implementing artificial intelligence into everyday journalistic work. Visit newsrewired.com for the full agenda and tickets