Nicholas Diakopoulos is an independent researcher and consultant in New York City, specializing in human computer interaction (HCI) for computational media applications. In this paper he explores the space of product and process innovation by means of new computing technology.
Via Scribd :: Technology is rapidly shifting the ways in which news information is gathered, produced, and disseminated. This paper takes as its premise that there may be opportunities for computational innovation in journalism that have been overlooked or are underexplored. What are some of the other technologies, beyond databases and information retrieval, that can be used to help fulfill news consumers’ needs, to advance the goals of journalism, or to enhance the production and dissemination of knowledge for the public?
Cultivating the Landscape of Innovation in Computational Journalism
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Summary "A new framework for innovation in journalism: How a computer scientist would do it" - Continue to read Andrew Phelps, niemanlab.com