AI in Digital Newsrooms - Editor's assistant or replacement?


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Has AI already taken over newsrooms?


If you are still thinking that AI writing is a thing of future, then you might be surprised to know how many notable media organisations including The New York Times, Associated Press, Reuters, Washington Post, and Yahoo! Sports already use AI to generate content. The Press Association, for example, now produces 30,000 local news stories a month solely using AI.

And if this isn't enough, AI writing not just helps in authentic content creation but also optimizes it for search. So where does this bring us? Will AI replace award-winning editors in newsrooms? How exactly does one become friends with AI writing? Know this and a lot more with Ankur Pandey, co-founder, Watch this recording where he talks about:

  • Checklist to keep in mind before starting off with AI
  • Large scale adoption of AI writing in the media publisher industry
  • Scope of AIOps in 2022 and in the coming years
  • How AI has impacted others - a case study by


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Ankur Pandey


Ankur Pandey is the founder of LongShot AI which he started in 2021. LongShot is an end to end platform to research, generate, optimize long form content. Think of it as a team of content writers on steroids rolled into an app.

He has previously founded UnFound - a startup to fight misinformation for both consumers & companies- where he worked with the likes of BBC, Google News, Maharashtra Cyber, etc.

He has a decade-long experience in data science where he built Data teams as first Data Scientist at three companies. Apart from that, he has an auxiliary background in Humanities, Public Policy.