Will machines replace journalists, too?

The arrival of citizen journalists on the one hand and the AI-powered robots on the other, are perhaps the most significant occurrences in journalism. By Azu Ishiekwene The advent of any significant changes in technology has often triggered concerns about the fate of journalism. Even at the infancy of social media, TIME covered one of its editions of February 5, 2009, with concern about the imminent death of journalism. To drive home the point, the graphic was illustrated with a copy of the New York Times wrapping a tilapia. The profession went through similar…

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A Thief is Nothing But a Thief -by Ogbeni Olawale Dawodu

The de-radicalization must start with us calling a thief by his name.For instance, why call Ritualists Yahoo Boys? We started getting it wrong by accepting funny but totally deceitful terms to rename wrong doings and cover up evil deeds.That’s when our societal/moral values started rolling downhill. We accepted abnormal slangs into our national lexicon and use them daily to psychologically douse the grim reality. We jettisoned hard truth as it may hurt the feelings of the perpetrators because of affiliation and other xyz reasons. We now use euphemisms subtly to…

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