How Innovative Newsrooms Are Using Artificial Intelligence

Many in the journalistic profession fear Artificial Intelligence will leave them without a job. But AI could become the savior of the trade, making it possible to better cover the increasingly complex, globalized and information-rich world we live in. Open Society Foundations’ María Teresa Ronderos writes about the ways some of the world’s newsrooms are using it now.

Send in Your Session Idea for GIJC19!

The 2019 Global Investigative Journalism Conference is scheduled for September 26-29 in Hamburg, Germany. Designed by journalists for journalists, GIJC19 will feature cutting-edge panels, workshops and networking sessions, ranging from cross-border collaboration and corruption tracking to advanced data analysis. Here’s an opportunity for you to propose great ideas on compelling panels, workshops and other presentations.

Most Popular Resources on GIJN in 2018

GIJN is constantly on the lookout for the best tipsheets, reporting gudies, how-to stories, and videos, then collating and integrating it into ever-growing Resource Center. Following is a curated list of the top 10 most popular resources accessed by journalists on our site in 2018.

How La Nación’s Data Team Produces Award-Winning Stories

Data journalism is booming in Latin America, particularly in Argentina. La Nación data journalist Carolina Ávila, who led the team that won the best use of data in a breaking news story category in the 2018 Data Journalism Awards, shares their secret to success — an interdisciplinary team, creativity and ability to turn around stories quickly.

GIJN’s Data Journalism Top 10: Pollution in China, Visualizing Punctuation and the World Cup

What’s the global data journalism community tweeting about this week? Our NodeXL #ddj mapping from June 25 to July 1 finds @FinancialTimes’ timelapse map of pollution over China, @mcrosasb’s choice of five interesting World Cup 2018 visualizations and @Internews’ overview of its data journalism projects in developing country newsrooms.

GIJN’s Data Journalism Top 10: World Cup, South Africa’s Pit Toilets and France’s Deadly Police Interventions

What’s the global data journalism community tweeting about this week? Our NodeXL #ddj mapping from June 11 to 17 finds three data stories about the World Cup, from @BBCSport, @FT and @TspLeute, @guardian looked at at how urban cycling can change the world and @Bastamag explores 40 years of deaths from police interventions in France.