What many readers may not have noticed is that A.I technology has gotten so advanced, it is hard to distinguish an article written by a human or A.I
Artificial intelligence (A.I.) is already being used in journalism, and its use is only growing. By automating mundane tasks such as fact-checking and data analysis, A.I. can free journalists to focus on more creative and investigative work. A.I. can also generate stories, such as sports recaps and financial news, and identify trends and patterns in data. It is also possible to use A.I. to personalize content for readers, creating a more engaging experience. With the advancement of artificial intelligence, new technologies are emerging.
It is difficult to predict when human journalists will become obsolete, as A.I. writers are still in the early stages of development. A.I. writers are currently limited in their ability to understand and interpret complex topics, and they still need to replicate the creativity and nuance of human journalists. Therefore, it is unlikely that human journalists will become obsolete in the near future.
It is difficult to say whether people on planet earth are ready for a brave new world of computer journalists and writing and shaping media narratives. Some people will likely be more open to the idea than others, depending on their comfort level with technology and willingness to embrace change. Ultimately, it will depend on how the technology is presented and how it is used.
If an AI wrote this article, the answer is yes.