"Washington Post" 850 news for the robot pens

It is predicted that with the development of artificial intelligence, AI will replace most of the human work in the future, while artificial intelligence to write articles, writing poetry is nothing new.

According to the Washington Post, they have published 850 stories using the Artificial Intelligence Editing Tool, called Heliograf, and published in the Washington Post.

Heliograf was first introduced in 2016, when the Washington Post used it to read about 500 games to offer the Rio Olympics.

Media use AI to become more common news writing, although AI can not completely replace the reporter, but the use of AI to carry out simple model of the report is still very easy to save trouble, and their error rate will be lower.


It is predicted that with the development of artificial intelligence, AI will replace most of the human work in the future, while artificial intelligence to write articles, writing poetry is nothing new.

According to the Washington Post, they have published 850 stories using the Artificial Intelligence Editing Tool, called Heliograf, and published in the Washington Post.

Heliograf was first introduced in 2016, when the Washington Post used it to read about 500 games to offer the Rio Olympics.

Media use AI to become more common news writing, although AI can not completely replace the reporter, but the use of AI to carry out simple model of the report is still very easy to save trouble, and their error rate will be lower.