ChatGPT and other similar neural networks can replace journalists – CEO of media group Axel Springer
Journalists risk being replaced by artificial intelligence tools like ChatGPT, says Matthias Dopfner, CEO of German media group Axel Springer.
The Guardian writes about it.
Artificial intelligence has the potential to make journalism better than ever before, he says.
Dopfner also stated that the publishers that create the best original content will survive the AI revolution.
In particular, the Axel Springer media group itself plans to focus on investigative journalism and original commentary.
Axel Springer is one of the largest European publishing and media concerns, publishing over 150 newspapers and magazines in more than 32 countries, including Germany, France, Spain, Russia, Switzerland, Hungary, Poland, the Czech Republic, etc. The most famous publications are Welt, Bild, Politico.
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