(1) The Wall Street Journal's dynamic paywall
Machine learning-informed subscription decisions "to show different visitors, who have different likelihoods of subscribing, different levels of access to its site."
(2) The Washington Post's Heliograf
A robo-reporting tool successfully adopted, for example, in reporting on the 2016 summer Olympics and congressional races on Election Day.
(3) The Press Association's RADAR
An automated news service set up by the Press Association and Urbs Media "to write local news stories at a frequency and precision impossible otherwise."
(4) The Times of London's JAMES
Acronym for 'Journey Automated Messaging for higher Engagement through SelfLearning,' it "uses data to get to know the habits, interests and preferences of readers, acting as a digital butler."
(5) Bloomberg's Cyborg
An automated system that uses AI and extraction to identify key data points in earnings reports for thousands of companies and publish headlines and articles in seconds.
(6) ByteDance's Toutiao
Chinese mobile app using Al-powered personalization engines "to source and curate daily news and articles for users via its 4,000 partner sites."
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