ChatGPT, Seriously: Real, (Mostly) Non-Cringey Uses That Make Journalism Better

ChatGPT is often the first-stop for those jumping into the intersections of AI and journalism. In this dynamic featured session, we’ll get into the real nuts-and-bolts with industry leaders, talking about what they’ve learned about its capabilities and limits for deep investigative work, as opposed to formulaic tasks, and through that have a discussion about the ethics of using it.

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Andrew Rodriguez Calderón
Computational Journalist, The Marshall Project

Mark Hansen
Professor, Columbia School of Journalism

Sisi Wei
Editor-in-Chief, The Markup


Gideon Lichfield
Global editorial director, WIRED