Kristian J. Hammond


Kristian Hammond (Google Scholar)

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  • Robonews
  • Robot journalism
  • Robot journalist
  • Robot reporter
  • Robot writer
  • Robotic reporter

Resources:

  • quill .. transform reporting workflows with natural language generation

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The robotic reporter: Automated journalism and the redefinition of labor, compositional forms, and journalistic authority
M Carlson – Digital journalism, 2015 – Taylor & Francis
… A case study analysis of the pioneering automated journalism provider Narrative Science and journalists’ published reactions to its services reveals intense competition both to imagine an emergent journalism landscape in which most news content is automated and to define …

From computer-assisted to data-driven: Journalism and Big Data
P Hammond – Journalism, 2017 – journals.sagepub.com
Despite claims of continuity, contemporary data journalism is quite different from the earlier tradition of computer-assisted reporting. Although it echoes earlier claims about being scientific and democratic, these qualities are understood as resulting from better data access …

Fantastic transmedia: Narrative, play and memory across science fiction and fantasy storyworlds
C Harvey – 2015 – books.google.com
Page 1. FANTASTIC TRANSMEDIA NARRATIVE, PLAY AND MEMORY ACROSS SCIENCE ECTION AND HANTASY STORYWORLDS Page 2. Fantastic Transmedia Page 3. This page intentionally left blank Page 4. Fantastic …

The robot journalist in the age of social physics: The end of human journalism?
NL Latar – The new world of transitioned media, 2015 – Springer
… The developer of one of the first robot journalist story writers, Kristian Hammond of Narrative Science, predicted that 90 % of the journalistic stories would be written by robots within 5–10 years. Ray Kurtzweil predicted that by …

Algorithmic authors
A Wright – Communications of the ACM, 2015 – dl.acm.org
… Since co-founding Narrative Science with former Doubleclick executive Stu- art Frankel in 2010, Hammond has seen the company grow beyond its roots in the sports world to serve not just belea- guered Little League coaches, but pro- fessional purveyors of prose like Forbes …

Narrative Science Systems: A Review
PK Sarao, P Mittal, R Kaur – arXiv preprint arXiv:1510.04420, 2015 – arxiv.org
… 217-268, September 2010. [10]. Ramandeep Ghuman, Rimpi Kumari, “Narrative Science” … [12]. Kristian Hammond, Jerome Budzik, and Lawrence Birnbaum, “Method and system for assessing relevant properties of work contexts for use by information services” …

Science education in a secular age
DE Long – Cultural Studies of Science Education, 2013 – Springer
… This simple Enlightenment narrative—science arrives, religion departs—is doxa for some. It is also, of course, too simple … Building upon Lorie Hammond and Carol Brandt (2004), an anthropological approach is strong for engaging such questions …

Information finding with robust entity detection: The case of an online news reader
…, N Nichols, L Birnbaum, K Hammond – … -Computer Interaction: The …, 2012 – Springer
Journalists and editors work under tight deadlines and are forced to gather as much background and details as they can about a particular situation or event. They have to keep track of useful sources and they have to be able to record what aspects and what portions of …

Employing robot journalists: Legal implications, considerations and recommendations
PJ Ombelet, A Kuczerawy, P Valcke – Proceedings of the 25th …, 2016 – dl.acm.org
… Kris Hammond, CTO of Narrative Science predicted in 2011 that a computer would win a Pulitzer Prize within five years (Beck, 2011) … The use of metaphors in the Narrative Science algorithm is already confirmed by Kris Hammond of Narrative Science …

Using ICT-Supported Narratives in Teaching Science and Their Effects on Middle School Students.
FT Ekici, S Pekmezci – Turkish Online Journal of Educational Technology …, 2015 – ERIC
… Above all, technology integration should concentrate on curriculum content and student learning. According to Cartwright and Hammond (2003), the mean of “technology integration” has been explained as below; “Technology …

Intersections of life histories and science identities: the stories of three preservice elementary teachers
L Avraamidou – International Journal of Science Education, 2016 – Taylor & Francis
… [Google Scholar]; Hammerness, Darling-Hammond, & Bransford, 2005 Hammerness, K., Darling-Hammond, L., & Bransford, J. (2005) … In L. Darling-Hammond & J. Bransford (Eds.), Preparing teachers for a changing world: What teachers should learn and be able to do (pp …

Reasoning as search: supporting reasoning with distributed memory
KJ Hammond – International Conference on Case-Based Reasoning, 2011 – Springer
The central idea behind Case-Based Reasoning has always been the notion that reasoning can be supported using memories of past problem solving. One bottleneck in this work has often been the development of case libraries needed to support this reasoning rather than …

Algorithmic Narratives and Synthetic Subjects
N Seaver – academia.edu
… Again, to quote chief scientist Kris Hammond from Narrative Science … The ‘tomorrow’ that Hammond claims his company can help us prepare for is one that, presumably, companies like Narrative Science and Prismatic will play an ever larger part in realising …

Supplementary Materials for” A Survey of Corpora in Computational and Cognitive Narrative Science”
MA Finlayson – 2014 – dspace.mit.edu
… AU – Allen, Nicholas D. AU – Templon, John R. AU – McNally, Patrick Summerhays. AU – Birnbaum, Larry. AU – Hammond, Kristian. CY – 2010 AAAI Fall Symposium, Arlington, Virginia. DB – Iris. LB – allen.2010.proccmn.2.2. N1 – X_NO_CORPUS. PB – AAAI Press. PY – 2010. SP …

Robot journalism
NL Latar – Robot Journalism: Can Human Journalism Survive?, 2018 – books.google.com
… Hammond stated that Narrative Science is working to improve the quality of its articles by creating “deeper and better analytics, more expressiveness, more interesting parallelism and the use of metaphor”[Goldberg, 2013]. Nonetheless …

In the Media
AEFIN FORBES – mccormick.northwestern.edu
… COMPUTER JOURNALISM STARTUP LAUDED IN NEW YORK TIMES Narrative Science, a company started by two McCormick profes- sors that uses a computer … the ability of comput- ers to mimic human reasoning.” The company was started by Kris Hammond (top), professor …

The Basics of Big Data and Security Concerns
SC Tamane, VK Solanki, MS Joshi – Privacy and Security Policies in …, 2017 – igi-global.com
… A company was formed called as Narrative Science. Chief Technology Officer (CTO), Kris Hammond of Narrative Science was a very dynamic person. He explored the other applications of narrative-driven data analysis. Many …

The Bright Future of News Automation
CG Lindén – 2018 – ceur-ws.org
… art in news automation, the company that comes first into mind is Narrative Science, created as the student project StatsMonkey at Northwestern University in Chicago 2008-2009 [1], patented and commercialised by two professors of computer science, Kris Hammond and Larry …

Fueling a third paradigm of education: The pedagogical implications of digital, social and mobile media.
JV Pavlik – Contemporary Educational Technology, 2015 – ERIC
… 2014). Narrative Science is a commercial venture that grew out of the collaboration of two Northwestern University professors, Kristian Hammond and Larry Birnbaum, and a technology executive, Stuart Frankel. Narrative science …

Automated news generation for tv program ratings
S Kim, JH Oh, J Lee – Proceedings of the ACM International Conference …, 2016 – dl.acm.org
… The typical companies providing automated journalism solutions are Automated Insights 4 and Narrative Science 5. Their solutions are not limited to … REFERENCES 1. Nicholas D Allen, John R Templon, Patrick Summerhays McNally, Larry Birnbaum, and Kristian J Hammond …

Why Business Intelligence Needs Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Advanced Natural Language Generation (NLG)
I Poola – researchgate.net
… 17. Kris Hammond, co-founder and chief scientist at Narrative Science, which has created the Quill natural language generation platform, realized early on that technology could be used to turn information into easy to understand narratives. 18 …

Do RoboMemos Dream of Electric Nouns: A Search for the Soul of Legal Writing
I Gallacher – Case W. Res. JL Tech. & Internet, 2012 – HeinOnline
… Narrative Science is a Chicago-based company that created a computer program to write articles and stories that humans no longer write.” Narrative Science’s founder, Kristian Hammond, has stated, “the most important thing about us [is that n]obody has lost a single job …

Supervising automated journalists in the newsroom: liability for algorithmically produced news stories
PJ Ombelet, A Kuczerawy, P Valcke – 2016 – papers.ssrn.com
… 13 In this paper, we focus on these two companies whenever examples are given. 14 K. Hammond, Practical Artificial Intelligence for Dummies, Narrative Science Edition, 2015, Hoboken, New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., p. 35 … 16 Kris Hammond, CTO of Narrative Science …

Newspaper trust and credibility in the age of robot reporters.
B Schultz, ML Sheffer – Journal of Applied Journalism & Media …, 2017 – researchgate.net
… ‘There are things that humans do that are not yet in [computer] systems’, says Narrative Science founder Kristian Hammond. ‘They hear facts, they chase down compelling ideas, they reconsider and reestablish what they’re looking for …

Readers’ perception of computer-generated news: Credibility, expertise, and readability
A Graefe, M Haim, B Haarmann, HB Brosius – Journalism, 2018 – journals.sagepub.com
We conducted an online experiment to study people’s perception of automated computer-written news. Using a 2 × 2 × 2 design, we varied the article topic (sports…

Associated Press (AP), 152 Atlantic, 140 attention economy, 154
A Abad-Santos, B Adida, E Allman, C Arthur, J Brown… – JSTOR
… Hammar- Lahav, Eran, 90, 92– 94, 96 Hammond, Kristian, 15, 140– 42, 144, 163– 64 Hayles, Katherine, 136, 137– 38, 198n10 Haynes … 40, 142, 153– 59, 173 (see also database; Manovich, Lev); and ethical programs, 165– 66; and hospitality, 142 Narrative Science, 15, 138 …

Can Human Journalism Survive?
NL Latar – World Scientific
… Hammond of Narrative Science claims that his robots can adjust the tone of the stories to the digital profiles of the individual customer [Carter, 2013]. Associated Press (AP) is already publishing thousands of stories that are being written by robots each quarter …

Allen, Nicholas, John Templon, Patrick McNally, Larry Birnbaum, and Kristian Ham-mond.“StatsMonkey: A Data-Driven Sports Narrative Writer.” In AAAI Famll Sym …
J Anderson, J Dean, G Lovink, OF Mudhai – JSTOR
… “WRAP, and the Demise of the OAuth Community.” Hueni- verse, November 23, 2009. http://hueniverse.com/2009/11/wrap-and-the-demise- of-the-oauth-community/. Hammond, Kris … Narrative Science. “Forbes Earnings Preview: New York Times Company— Forbes.” Forbes …

Machine Ethics and Artificial Moral Agents
F Corea – Applied Artificial Intelligence: Where AI Can Be Used In …, 2019 – Springer
… estimated parameter). Kris Hammond of Narrative Science merged those two views and identified at least five different biases in AI. In his words: Data-driven bias (bias that depends on the input data used); Bias through interaction; …

AI and Ethics
F Corea – An Introduction to Data, 2019 – Springer
… estimated parameter). Kris Hammond of Narrative Science merged those two views and identified at least five different biases in AI. In his words: Data-driven bias (bias that depends on the input data used); Bias through interaction; …

Towards automating data narratives
Y Gil, D Garijo – Proceedings of the 22nd International Conference on …, 2017 – dl.acm.org
… Narrative science generates text-based stories, also for the contents of a dataset [1]. Neither uses provenance or method information, but are valuable and could become part of the generation of data narratives. IUI 2017 • Machine Learning …

Robot Journalism: Can Human Journalism Survive?
LN Lemelshtrich – 2018 – books.google.com
… Hammond of Narrative Science claims that his robots can adjust the tone of the stories to the digital profiles of the individual customer [Carter, 2013]. Associated Press (AP) is already publishing thousands of stories that are being written by robots each quarter …

Decades of Automation in the Newsroom: Why are there still so many jobs in journalism?
CG Linden – Digital Journalism, 2017 – Taylor & Francis
Skip to Main Content …

News automation and the case for augmented journalism
CG Linden – The Routledge Handbook of Developments in …, 2018 – books.google.com
… The co-creator of the automated news provider Narrative Science, Kris Hammond, also a professor of computer science, underlines the importance of people in the workplace understanding how these new technologies work:“Black boxes that give us answers without …

Preparing Financial Regulation for the Second Machine Age: The Need for Oversight of Digital Intermediaries in the Futures Markets
G Scopino – Colum. Bus. L. Rev., 2015 – HeinOnline
… Narrative Science co-founder Kris Hammond . .. told the New York Times [in 2011] that he believed a computer could write stories worthy of a Pulitzer Prize by 2017.”). COLUMBL4 BUSINESS LAWREVIEW [Vol. 2015 442 Page 5. THE SECOND MACHINE AGE …

Intelligent sports commentary recommendation system for individual cricket players
V Subramaniyaswamy, R Logesh… – … Journal of Advanced …, 2018 – inderscienceonline.com
… Stat Sheet (Playstation, 2015) and Narrative Science (Hammond et al., 1990) are already available tools that will automatically write previews for sports games that have not yet happened and summaries about sports games that have already happened …

Forensic Science Identification Evidence: Tensions Between Law and Science
SL Cooper – The Journal of Philosophy, Science & Law, 2016 – pdcnet.org
… In order to be part of either narrative, “science must be worked into the particular kinds of propositions, representations, or material objects that the law regards as germane to establishing which party is telling the more plausible story.” 54 More specifically, in America, scientific …

Perception of Automated Computer-Generated News: Credibility, Expertise, and Readability
A Graefea, M Haima, B Haarmannb, HB Brosius – researchgate.net
… Page 4. 4 The computer-written news industry is expected to grow quickly. Kristian Hammond, co-founder of Narrative Science, predicted that computers will write more than 90 percent of news by 2025 (Levy, 2012). While this number is certainly debatable …

Computer-Driven Creativity Stands At The Forefront Of Artificial Intelligence And Its Potential Impact On Literary …
P Gervás – AC/E Digital Culture Annual Report.: Digital Trends in …, 2018 – books.google.com
… Narrative Science’s main tool is a program of text generation called Quill. The company Automated Insights8 offers similar services … Page 97. 3. Allen, ND, Templon, JR, McNally, PS, Birn- baum, L., Hammond, K.: Statsmonkey: a data568 driven sports narrative writer …

O Jornalismo na encruzilhada do ‘algorithmic turn’
FR Cádima – Media & Jornalismo, 2018 – impactum-journals.uc.pt
… Kristian Hammond, the founder of Narrative Science, predicts that within a decade more than 90 percent of informative material will be produced by automatic content- generation systems and part of a ‘robonews’ piece, or one of the meta-writers may be awarded a Pulitzer Prize …

Macroanalysis in the Arts and Sciences
TE Lombardi – New Directions for Computing Education, 2017 – Springer
… In his story about Narrative Science, a company using big data and machine learning to compose news stories, Levy (2012) interviews Kristian Hammond, Narrative Science’s CTO, to gauge the effect “robot writers” will have on the future of journalists: “… the universe of …

Supervising automated journalists in the newsroom: liability for algorithmically produced news stories
P Valcke, A Kuczerawy… – Revue de Droit des …, 2016 – lirias.kuleuven.be
… common uses of this software have been in the field of sports and financial reporting, often creating niche content that would not exist otherwise in a narrative structure (such as reports on “Little League’ games).” Kris Hammond, CTO of Narrative Science, however predicted in …

Why Frankenstein is a stigma among scientists
P Nagy, R Wylie, J Eschrich, E Finn – Science and engineering ethics, 2017 – Springer
… According to the popular narrative, science is a two-headed force; its potential for good is matched by its potential for destruction … tend to rely on the Frankenstein myth to conceptualize science in terms of warnings against the dangers of excessive ambition (Hammond 1986) …

Algorithms for journalism
TCG Linden – The Journal of Media Innovations, 2017 – helda.helsinki.fi
… Development in rudimentary AI for journalism and media is fast and commercial appli- cations of automated news services provided by, for instance, the two American companies Narrative Science and Automated Insights, are producing millions of stories based on structured …

Future Journalism: where we are and where we’re going
S Greenwood – 2017 – taylorfrancis.com
… 99 6.2 Eliot Higgins speaking at the SKUP festival of investigative journalism in Norway 105 7.1 Kris Hammond of Narrative Science 120 7.2 Screenshot of News at Seven 121 8.1 Telegram detailing the assassination of Abraham Lincoln 130 …

Generating automatic linguistic descriptions with big data
P Conde-Clemente, G Trivino, JM Alonso – Information Sciences, 2017 – Elsevier
… Nevertheless we have found four companies that offer text generation applied to Big Data. They are Yseop, Arria Data2Text, Automated Insights and Narrative Science … Automated Insights, –, –, –, ?, ?, Narrative Science, –, –, –, ?, ? …

Linguistic Aggregation Functions using the MapReduce Paradigm
P Conde-Clemente, G Trivino… – 2015 Conference of …, 2015 – pdfs.semanticscholar.org
… [13] LA Birnbaum, KJ Hammond, ND Allen, and JR Templon. Patent: System and method for using data to automatically gen- erate a narrative story. Narrative Science Inc., United States(US8688434 B1), April 2014. [14] J. Dean and S. Ghemawat …

Automated Journalism 2.0: Event-driven narratives: From simple descriptions to real stories
D Caswell, K Dörr – Journalism Practice, 2018 – Taylor & Francis
… commercialized over the past decade by several companies, such as Arria, Applied Semantics, Automated Insights, and Narrative Science … doi: 10.1080/1369118X.2012.678878[Taylor & Francis Online], [Web of Science ®] [Google Scholar]; Hammond 2015 Hammond, Philip …

AI to Bypass Creativity. Will Robots Replace Journalists?(The Answer Is “Yes”)
A Miroshnichenko – Information, 2018 – mdpi.com
This paper explores a practical application of a weak, or narrow, artificial intelligence (AI) in the news media. Journalism is a creative human practice. This, according to widespread opinion, makes it harder for robots to replicate. However, writing algorithms are already widely used …

Designing an Algorithm-Driven Text Generation System for Personalized and Interactive News Reading
D Kim, J Lee – International Journal of Human–Computer …, 2019 – Taylor & Francis
… technology to write stories about the 2016 Rio Olympics.2 Moreover, the algorithms from Automated Insights and Narrative Science are increasingly … a narrative with varying tones and difficulty levels to meet users’ reading preferences (Allen, 2013; Birnbaum, Hammond, Allen …

Ex Machina: Copyright Protection for Computer Generated Works
RC Denicola – Rutgers UL Rev., 2016 – HeinOnline
… Narrative Science co-founder Kristian Hammond predicts that in fifteen years ninety percent of news stories will be written by computers and that a Pulitzer Prize for a computer may not be far off.50 Narrative Science’s chief rival is Automated Insights and its Wordsmith software …

Robot Journalism:: Threat Or An Opportunity
S Aljazairi – 2016 – diva-portal.org
… Robots take no holidays, miss no deadlines, and produce well researched content, even learning from their own errors along the way. Kris Hammond said to Narrative Science in an interview, that more than 90 percent of news production in the US will be automated by 2030 …

Examining how youth of color engage youth participatory action research to interrogate racism in their science experiences
TC Sato – 2013 – search.proquest.com
Page 1. EXAMINING HOW YOUTH OF COLOR ENGAGE YOUTH PARTICIPATORY ACTION RESEARCH TO INTERROGATE RACISM IN THEIR SCIENCE EXPERIENCES By Takumi C. Sato A DISSERTATION Submitted to …

Analytics for education
S MacNeill, LM Campbell… – Reusing Open Resources …, 2014 – books.google.com
… Companies such as Narrative Science, which specialises in automatically producing text-based summaries of numeric data, have already highlighted opportunities for creating personalised feed- back with actionable insights by combining data from test results (Hammond, 2012 …

Does the Internet change everything? Transformations in social life and media in the 21st Century
P Ba?dys, K Pi?tek – mediaispoleczenstwo.ath.bielsko.pl
Page 1. MEDIA I SPO?ECZE?STWO MEDIOZNAWSTWO • KOMUNIKOLOGIA • SEMIOLOGIA • SOCJOLOGIA MEDIÓW • MEDIA A PEDAGOGIKA nr 7/2017 35 Patrycja Ba?dys Polish Naval Academy in Gdynia e-mail: p.baldys …

Human-computer interaction: the agency perspective
M Zacarias, JV Oliveira – 2012 – Springer
… Nathan Nichols, Narrative Science, Sherman. Evanston, IL 60201. US, E-mail: ndnichols@ narrativescience. com Larry Birnbaum, Northwestern University, 2230 Sheridan Rd. Evanston, IL 60208. US, E-mail: birnbaum@ cs. northwestern. edu Kristian Hammond, Northwestern …

From written utopia to audiovisual dystopia. The serial and cinematographic adaptations of The Typescript of the Second Origin
A Tous-Rovirosa – Series-International Journal of TV Serial …, 2017 – series.unibo.it
… 9/11 (Tous-Rovirosa 2009). There is a relationship between reality (war) and au- diovisual narrative (science fiction). The science fiction and horror genres allow the creation of metaphors to interpret reality. Things that are unintelligible …

Conceptualizing science teacher leadership
RC Willis – 2010 – getd.libs.uga.edu
… WORDS: Teacher leadership, Identity construction, High School department chair, Metaphor, Autoethnography, Distributed leadership, School reform, No Child Left Behind, Science teacher leadership, Teacher leader duties and roles, Narrative, Science teaching, Teacher and …

Automated Journalism
A Graefe – pdfs.semanticscholar.org
… Both major providers of natural language generation technology in the United States, Automated Insights and Narrative Science, began by developing algorithms to auto- matically write recaps of sporting events. For example …

Automated story selection for color commentary in sports
G Lee, V Bulitko, EA Ludvig – IEEE transactions on …, 2014 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… B. Automated Commentating in Sports StatSheet [2] and Narrative Science [11] automatically write previews for sports games that have not yet happened, and sum- maries about sports games that have already happened. For …

Cybernetics and the new storytelling of government decision making in the age of AI
NL Latar – Robot Journalism: Can Human Journalism Survive?, 2018 – books.google.com
… Behavioral Targeting AI Engine, 55 Big Data, 3, 7–8, 26, 41–42, 46, 49, 52115, 120, 131 Birnbaum Larry Narrative Science, 34 BIRT … 72, 74 Google Brain, 17, 20 Google Cloud Platform, 43 Google News, 32 Graphiq Data Visualization, 49 H Hackathons, 26 Hammond, Kristian, 4 …

Automatic for the people: the automation of communicative labor
J Reeves – Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies, 2016 – nca.tandfonline.com
… Northwestern University computer scientist Kristian Hammond, for example, whose company Narrative Science develops algorithms for auto- matic news production, estimates that by 2030, 90 percent of news stories will be bot-gen- erated.51 While Hammond’s prediction might …

Construction of Machine News Production System Based on Graph Database and Natural Language Generating Technology
H Han, P Zhang – 2018 5th International Conference on …, 2018 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… Kris Hammond and his students at the Northwestern University’s Intelligent Information Laboratory, which was used for reporting on baseball games; And the machine writing platform QUILL was established by Narrative Science, which specialized in writing financial news …

Parody as Genealogy and Tradition in Nazi Literature in the Americas
FR Nogueira – Postmodern Parody in Latin American Literature, 2018 – Springer
… fertilization of apocalypse and science” (129). Science fiction thus can share the seed of Nazi discourse, in other words, the indistinguishable mixture of narrative, science, and fantasy. From there arises the preoccupation of …

I, Robot. You, Journalist. Who Is The Author?
B AUTHORSHIP – 2015 – aranne5.bgu.ac.il
… with a small number of prominent software companies that lead the domain of automated journalism, such as Narrative Science, Automated Insights and Yseop. Typically … (Allen, Templon, McNally, Birnbaum, & Hammond, 2010), performing as a stopgap for …

Journalist versus news consumer: The perceived credibility of machine written news
H Van der Kaa, E Krahmer – Proceedings of the Computation+ …, 2014 – pure.uvt.nl
… have only recently started to work with algorithms operating along similar lines (eg, Nichols, Birnbaum, & Hammond, 2014) … Nowadays, companies including Narrative Science, Automated Insights, Yseop, and CBS Interactive, as well as start-ups like Fantasy Journalist, create …

MARVIN: An Interactive ‘Robot Journalism’Simulation
J Verhulst, M Rofman, N Heussen, C van der Geer… – justinverhulst.nl
… up the country. In 2010, Larry Birnbaum, Stuart Frankel and Kristian Hammond founded Narrative Science, a software Company that provides newsrooms with automatically written news (Levy, 2012). In 2013, The Washington …

Sentience: The coming ai revolution and the implications for marketing
A Clabiorne, C Stephenson, C Atkinson… – 2015 – books.google.com
Page 1. THE COMING AI REVOLUTION AND THE IMPLICATIONS FOR MARKETING Page 2. Page 3. Success in creating AI would be the biggest event in human history. Unfortunately, it might also be the last, unless we learn how to avoid the risks. STEPHEN HAWKING Page 4 …

Data-Driven Sourcing: How Journalists Use Digital Search Tools to Decide What’s News
K Fink – 2014 – search.proquest.com
Page 1. Data-?Driven Sourcing: How Journalists Use Digital Search Tools to Decide What’s News Katherine Fink Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy under the Executive …

America the Happily Unemployed: How Advancing Technology is Rendering Traditional Employment Impossible and the Welfare State Solution
R Gupta-Iwasaki, D Hunter – rahulgi.com
… Startups like Narrative Science have programs that produce articles for actual publications, with quality improving so quickly that founder Kris Hammond talks about his expectations that a computer will win the Pulitzer Prize within the next 5 years (Lohr) …

Online News Distribution Methods And Changing Journalism Practices: Digital Influences, Authority, Trustworthiness And …
S Ellegedara – 2014 – diva-portal.org
Page 1. Blekinge Institute of Technology School of Computing Department of Technology and Aesthetics ONLINE NEWS DISTRIBUTION METHODS AND CHANGING JOURNALISM PRACTICES: DIGITAL INFLUENCES, AUTHORITY …

Building AI Applications: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow.
RG Smith, J Eckroth – AI Magazine, 2017 – pdfs.semanticscholar.org
… Specific Applications TurboTax Netflix Recommender FareCast, Google Flights, Kayak price predictor Narrative Science GameChanger IBM Watson Dragon Speech Recognition Amazon Robotics / Kiva Systems Roomba Kinect Driver-Assist / Self-Driving Vehicles Siri, Cortana …

Looking at the future of journalism education
D Lynch – Retrieved from, 2015 – knightfoundation.org
… Shirky report.5 Companies such as Automated Insights, Narrative Science and Palantir are developing and refining algorithms already capable of automating the production of basic journalistic narratives out of raw data. This kind …

Connecting the Social Dots
G Young – Unifying Causality and Psychology, 2016 – Springer
… one. In the fourth model under discussion, the social-normative one, the social environment is considered as the source of prosocial behavior through its support, fostering, and scaffolding (eg, Hammond & Carpendale, 2012) …

Mychannel: Exploring city-based multimedia news presentations on the living room tv
F Bentley, K Buchner, JJ Kaye – … of the ACM International Conference on …, 2014 – dl.acm.org
… Nichols and Hammond [14] created the News at Seven sys- tem in 2009 that also presented news content using avatars … These techniques are also used by the company Narrative Science to automatically identify and generate a variety of written news stories …

The Future of Futurists: Can a Machine Produce This Forecast?
R Mayes – The Futurist, 2014 – search.proquest.com
… Hammond, whose Quill software uses templates for news and sports coverage … “In the next decade, 90% of journalism will consist of mass produced, ultra cheap com- puter generated stories,” according to Narrative Science CTO Kris …

Empathizing with the Rights of Others: Reading Jamaica Kincaid
L López-Ropero – Concentric: Literary and Cultural Studies, 2016 – airitilibrary.com
Page 1. Concentric: Literary and Cultural Studies 42.2 Septemeber 2016: 85-104 DOI: 10.6240/concentric.lit.2016.42.2.06 Empathizing with the Rights of Others: Reading Jamaica Kincaid’s My Brother and Edwidge Danticat’s Brother, I’m Dying as Humanitarian Narratives …

Exploring preservice teachers’ emerging understandings of disciplinary literacy
AM Masuda – Literacy Research and Instruction, 2014 – Taylor & Francis
… 2005). Teaching subject matter. In L. Darling-Hammond & J. Brandsford (Eds.), Preparing teachers for a changing world: What teachers should learn (pp. 201–231). San Francisco, CA: Jossey Bass. [Google Scholar]). Recently …

Cognitive computing and big data analytics
JS Hurwitz, M Kaufman, A Bowles – 2015 – books.google.com
… Ghadyali, Reflexis; Stephen Gold, IBM; Manish Goyal, IBM; John Gunn, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center; Sue Feldman, Synthexis; Dr. Fern Halper, TDWI; Dr. Kris Hammond, Narrative Science; Ed Harbor, IBM; Marten den Haring, Digital Reasoning; Dr. C. Martin Harris …

Contemporary research methods and data analytics in the news industry
WJ Gibbs – 2015 – books.google.com
Page 1. Contemporary Research Methods and Data Analytics in the News Industry William J. Gibbs Duquesne University, USA Joseph McKendrick Independent Analyst and Columnist, USA A volume in the Advances in Media, Entertainment, and the Arts (AMEA) Book Series …

Artificial communication? The production of contingency by algorithms
E Esposito – Zeitschrift für Soziologie, 2017 – degruyter.com
AbstractDiscourse about smart algorithms and digital social agents still refers primarily to the construction of artificial intelligence that reproduces the faculties of individuals. Recent developments, however, show that algorithms are more efficient when they abandon this goal …

The rise of the robots: Technology and the threat of mass unemployment
M Ford – 2015 – books.google.com
Page 1. “Everyone concerned with the future of work must redd this book” Professor Lord Robert Skidelsky THE RISE OF THE ROBOTS Technology and the Threat of Mass Unemployment MARTIN FORD Page 2. More Praise …

Automated story-based commentary for sports
GMK Lee – 2012 – era.library.ualberta.ca
… tive is important in different applications, such as entertainment, training and education [Riedl, 2004], and this area has been studied for over twenty years [Hammond et al., 1990] … StatSheet [Allen, 2012] and Narrative Science [Frankel, 2012] automatically write previews …

When Algorithms Learned How to Write
M Bunz – The Silent Revolution, 2014 – Springer
… Invented by Professor Kristian Hammond’s students at the Northwestern University in Illinois, the Stats Monkey is the fruit of a col- laboration of … of no wonder that the university project of a sports report writing algorithm has quickly turned into a start up called ‘Narrative Science’ …

The Road to Enterprise Artificial Intelligence: A Case Studies Driven Exploration
SS Siddique – 2018 – researchgate.net
… Engineering wants to get their hands on Machine Learning. Marketing wants to include ‘AI’ in product descriptions. Product is afraid of falling behind the competition. Everyone is getting calls from vendors” – Kristian Hammond, Narrative Science Page 14. 14 Chapter 4 …

More than a scarecrow?
J Schultz – Meanjin, 2015 – search.informit.com.au
… Kris Hammond, the chief technology officer of Narrative Science, a company that ‘takes raw numerical data and generates full narratives’ using algorithms that turn ‘streams of data into words’, is certain this will become the new normal …

Artificial Intelligence’s Fair Use Crisis
BLW Sobel – Colum. JL & Arts, 2017 – HeinOnline
Page 1. Artificial Intelligence’s Fair Use Crisis Benjamin LW Sobel* ABSTRACT As automation supplants more forms of labor, creative expression still seems like a distinctly human enterprise. This may someday change: by ingesting …

Applied Artificial Intelligence: Where AI Can Be Used In Business
F Corea – 2019 – Springer
Page 1. SPRINGER BRIEFS IN COMPLEXITY Francesco Corea Applied Artificial Intelligence: Where AI Can Be Used in Business Page 2. SpringerBriefs in Complexity Series editors Henry DI Abarbanel, La Jolla, USA Dan Braha …

Recommended for You: Prediction, Creation and the Cultural Work of Algorithms
WC Uricchio – The Berlin Journal, 2015 – dspace.library.uu.nl
… emergent industry. But the Times story gave a sense of the ambitions and the state of the game for storytelling algorithms produced by companies such as Narrative Science, and the results were impressive. Similar developments …

Post-Industrial Journalism: Adapting To The Present.
CW Anderson, E Bell, C Shirky – Geopolitics, History & International …, 2015 – ceeol.com
… As new possibilities of information gathering, sense-making and distribu- tion proliferate, it’s possible to see organizations taking advantage of working methods unavailable even 10 years ago, as with Narrative Science’s auto- mating the production of data-driven news; or …

Revisiting Imaginary Worlds: A Subcreation Studies Anthology
MJP Wolf – 2016 – books.google.com
Page 1. ?aevae ROUTLEDGE A SUBCREATION STUD|ES ANTHOLOGY ED ITED BY MARK JP WOLF | MAG | NARY WO RLDS RE \/ |S| T | NG Page 2. REVISITING IMAGINARY WORLDS The concept of world and the practice …

The effect of the explicit teaching of thematic structure and generic structure on EFL students’ writing quality and motivation
MIMA Albufalasa – 2013 – lra.le.ac.uk
Page 1. THE EFFECT OF THE EXPLICIT TEACHING OF THEMATIC STRUCTURE AND GENERIC STRUCTURE ON EFL STUDENTS’ WRITING QUALITY AND MOTIVATION Thesis submitted for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Applied Linguistics …

The information value methodology: How users evaluate the quality of web information
M Haines – 2014 – search.proquest.com
Page 1. THE INFORMATION VALUE METHODOLOGY: HOW USERS EVALUATE THE QUALITY OF WEB INFORMATION A Dissertation Submitted to the Graduate School University of Arkansas at Little Rock in partial fulfillment of requirements for the degree of …

Critical Literacy, Schooling, and Social Justice: The Selected Works of Allan Luke
A Luke – 2018 – books.google.com
Page 1. Critical Literacy, Schooling, and Social Justice The Selected Works of ALLAN LUKE ALLAN LUKE world library of EDUCATIONALISTS R Page 2. Critical Literacy, Schooling, and Social Justice “Allan Luke’s work has …

The silent revolution: How digitalization transforms knowledge, work, journalism and politics without making too much noise
M Bunz – 2013 – books.google.com
… Invented by Professor Kristian Hammond’s students at the Northwestern University in Illinois, the Stats Monkey is the fruit of a col- laboration of … of no wonder that the university project of a sports report writing algorithm has quickly turned into a start up called ‘Narrative Science’ …

XIX Bibliography, Textual Criticism, and Reference Works
W Baker – The Year’s Work in English Studies, 2018 – academic.oup.com
Abstract. This chapter has four sections: 1. Periodicals; 2. Histories and Companions; 3. Editions and Catalogues; 4. Books, Other Reference Works, Books about.

Verbing History: A Textualist Approach to Gendered Politics in US History Curriculum
GP Norton – 2016 – scholarworks.uark.edu
… comes to defining discipline aims for education. Linda Darling-Hammond and John Bransford (2007) acknowledge that “there are many competing definitions of social studies” and “these competing definitions of the subject …

D2. 2.1 First Draft of Technical White Papers
WP Strategy – Citeseer
Page 1. © BIG consortium Page 1 of 121 Project Acronym: BIG Project Title: Big Data Public Private Forum (BIG) Project Number: 318062 Instrument: CSA Thematic Priority: ICT-2011.4.4 D2.2.1 First Draft of Technical White Papers Work Package: WP2 Strategy & Operations …

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