Technology Google is preparing a generative AI tool to help journalists write articles

Google is preparing a generative AI tool to help journalists write articles

Google is preparing a generative AI tool to help journalists write articles

Google is testing a new generative Artificial Intelligence (AI) tool for news production, aimed at helping journalists write stories, which has already been showcased to media executives such as The New York Times, The Washington Post and The Wall Street Journal.

This tool, known internally as Genesisis capable of collecting information, such as details of current events, and serving as a kind of personal assistant for journalists and editors, as people related to the company have confirmed to The New York Times.

Specifically, Google has developed a tool with which it hopes to offer responsible technology focused on keeping the publishing industry “away from the traps” of generative artificial intelligence.

Google, for the moment, has only acknowledged that it has partnered with news publishers, “especially with the little onesand that it is “in the early stages of exploring ideas” with this work, in the words of spokeswoman Jenn Crider.

In this way, he hopes that with Genesis he can “potentially provide tools authorized to help journalists with his work”. For the moment, this tool would have been exhibited before executives of The New York Times, The Washington Post and New Corp, owner of The Wall Street Journal.

From this medium they also remember that both publishers and content creators have long criticized Google and other companies that develop generative AI solutions for using their creations to train these systems without any compensation.

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