Media/Tech Roundup

It’s Thursday!

Welcome to the start of your weekend!

Here are the two ways (in my mind) on how technology has impacted the media and entertainment sector this week:

A) from Joe Lemire at “Sporttechie” -> artificial intelligence is getting better at reporting high school sports stories. I’d keep on eye on this. Why? Because as the software gets better, it could/will free up the other human reporters to focus on in-depth investigative stories:
https://www.sporttechie.com/lede-ai-scorestream-partnership-automated-high-school-sports-stories/

P.S. I covered this in an #AIChat in February 2019 with Yves Bergquist (Twitter handle: @punkstrategy) and Peter D. Cathy (Twitter handle:@pcsathy). Consider this supplementary material. The topic? Artificial intelligence, media and technology:
https://nickhtang.com/2019/02/22/the-robot-could-be-watching-you/

B) from Jon Lafayette at “Broadcasting and Cable.” Verizon Media is the perfect example of a media company that is using 5G, AR and extended reality to stand out from the rest. Because if you don’t stand out, no one will want to watch your content:
https://www.broadcastingcable.com/news/verizon-media-takes-shopping-documentary-and-news-to-5g and

C) I have to admit, I’m a fitness addict. My second home is the gym. In case you’re bored and you need a cool fitness routine, take a look at the one Coach Paula (my Sunday personal trainer) created for me last Sunday. It’s guaranteed to make you sweat:
https://www.instagram.com/p/Bw34hsPlpBa/

Have a great Friday and weekend!

See you next Thursday!

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