№1, 2024

Sunbul M. Zalova

The article highlights the integration of technology into journalism, and new emerging media trends. It studies the current situation regarding the application of artificial intelligence technologies to journalism, the problems encountered in this field. Examples of artificial intelligence journalism widely used in international media are indicated. Study provides information about companies offering AI services to global news organizations. It also emphasizes the need for journalism education to be constantly modern and keep up with the development of technology. The article explains the concept of inclusive journalism, the main task of inclusive journalism, the opportunities it can create, and the application of artificial intelligence to inclusive journalism. Academic research on inclusivity is reviewed. Moreover, the activities of inclusive journalism in Azerbaijan are studied and the current situation is evaluated. The study indicates that the application of information communication technology (ICT) to journalism will serve to provide information to people with physical disabilities. Also, the article explores the prospects of applying ICT to journalism and the problems it can pose. It notes that the application of artificial intelligence technologies to journalism can provide a new form of information collection, preparation and dissemination (pp.64-71).

Keywords:Artificial intelligence technology, NLG technology, Inclusive journalism, Information Communication, Technology, Application, Concept
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