With the recent news around Dallas and the press room, we decided to do some number crunching. What we came up with at the Automated Insights headquarters is the first of its kind.Let us introduce you to the Automated Robot Writers Stealing Jobs From Human Writers Live Tracker. This cutting edge counter updates the number of jobs automated robot writers have taken from human writers-in real-time. Let’s take a look…
Automated Robot Writers Stealing Jobs From Human Writers Live Tracker
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While the robot/human job tracker is holding steady, feel free to browse other material on trends in content automation and journalism:
- Expanding Coverage: The Associated Press uses Wordsmith to cover more events and reach new audiences — take Minor League Baseball for example.
- Eliminating Grunt Work: “We estimate the automation of earnings reports has freed up about 20% of the time that we had spread throughout the staff in producing earnings reports each quarter.”
- Adding More Value: Yahoo uses Wordsmith to produce over 1 million fantasy football recaps that speak to each customer specifically, improving user experience and engagement.
- Making Less Mistakes: “In fact, we have far fewer errors than we did when we were writing earnings reports manually.”