AP to develop 5 AI projects with local newsrooms
As part of its ongoing efforts to help local newsrooms integrate automation and artificial intelligence technology, The Associated Press will tackle five AI projects stretching from Michigan to Puerto Rico.
AP’s top editor: 'Facts can be powerful'
During a panel at the Collision Conference in Toronto, Canada, on Wednesday, Executive Editor Julie Pace explained AP’s role in delivering the truth in a polarized media environment.
Applying automation in the newsroom
At the WAN-IFRA 2022 Asian Media Leaders Summit on Wednesday, Vice President and Head of Global News Production Derl McCrudden outlined how AP is using artificial intelligence in the newsroom.
Fighting for press freedom
This World Press Freedom Day, which serves a reminder to governments of their duty to uphold the right to freedom of expression, AP continues to advocate for the ability of journalists to operate freely and safely across the globe.
Helping local newsrooms use AI
As part of our two-year project to help local newsrooms expand their use of artificial intelligence tools, AP asked U.S. news organizations how AI might help them streamline their operations.