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Artificial Intelligence Journalism, Fourth Industrial Revolution, and Media Restructuring
Each and every ‘Industrial Revolution’ (IR) has subsequently resulted in a Media Revolution’ (MR). During the first industrial revolution, there was the advent of the printing press, which enabled the spread of information quickly and accurately and thereby creating a wider literate reading public. During the second industrial revolution, the advent of electricity and wireless communication resulted in the emergence of radio and television, which drove the radical increase in the consumption of media.
During the Third Industrial Revolution, the advent of the internet and mobile telephony enabled the democratization of media. This resulted in a radical increase in the creation of media, not just organizations by anyone with a device.
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