Yahoo wrote: "The Associated Press recently announced that most of its coverage of corporate earnings reports will soon be “produced using automation technology.” It’s just the latest example of algorithm-driven tools that arrange straightforward English sentences into a news story, with little or no human intervention — the bot-ification of journalism." https://archive.today/7bJML
See also: http://www.businessinsider.com/artificial-intelligence-will-write-fiction-2014-7
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