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Title: In Search of the Global South: Assessing Attitudes of Latin American Journalists to Artificial Intelligence in Journalism
Author: Soto-Sanfiel, Maria Teresa  
Ibiti, Adriana  
Machado López, Mabel  
Marín-Ochoa, Beatriz-Elena  
Mendoza Michilot, Thelmy María del Carmen  
Rosell Arce, Claudio Guillermo
Angulo-Brunet, Ariadna  
Others: National University of Singapore
Centro Universitário de Barra Mansa
Loughborough University
Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana
Universidad de Lima
Universidad Católica Bolivariana
Universitat Oberta de Catalunya. Estudis de Psicologia i Ciències de l'Educació
Keywords: artificial intelligence
journalism
attitudes towards technology
journalists’ attitudes
Global South
Latin America
media
Issue Date: 16-May-2022
Publisher: Journalism Studies
Citation: Soto-Sanfiel, M. [María T.], Ibiti, A. [Adriana], Machado, M. [Mabel], Marín Ochoa, B.E. [Beatriz Elena], Mendoza Michilot, M. [María], Rosell Arce, C.G. [Claudio Guillermo] & Angulo-Brunet, A. [Ariadna]. (2022). In Search of the Global South: Assessing Attitudes of Latin American Journalists to Artificial Intelligence in Journalism. Journalism Studies, 23(10), 1197-1224. doi: 10.1080/1461670X.2022.2075786
Published in: 23;10
Also see: https://doi.org/10.1080/1461670X.2022.2075786
Abstract: This research observes the relationship between Latin American (LA) journalists from six countries that are rarely observed by international scholars (Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Cuba, Peru and Venezuela) and artificial intelligence (AI). Particularly, it seeks to identify and compare their attitudes, perceived constraints, and knowledge on the state of the art of the application of AI to professional journalistic practices. In tune with the quantitative turn in contemporary journalism and due to the lack of quantitative measures in this field, this research also develops and psychometrically validates tools for measuring such aspects. The main results reveal the existence of differences in these journalists’ attitudes and knowledge with regard to AI that can be attributed to their cultural context. They also show similarities to attitudes of journalists from Northern countries to AI. This research fills in the gap in the existing literature on journalism, AI, journalists’ attitudes, Global South and LA journalism.
Language: English
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10609/147016
ISSN: 1461-670XMIAR
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