But other articles to be published by a national news agency in Europe that just got a huge Google grant will be written by robots.
The aim: to crank out up to 30,000 stories a month that will be distributed by the Press Association to hundreds of news outlets in the U.K. and Ireland.
The stories will be automated with the help of artificial intelligence — and a handful of human journalists.
“Skilled human journalists will still be vital in the process, but Radar allows us to harness artificial intelligence to scale up to a volume of local stories that would be impossible to provide manually,” Peter Clifton, editor-in-chief of the Press Association, told the Guardian.
Radar stands for Reporters and Data and Robots.
Well, the Google grant is for about 700,000 euros, or $800,o00.