Every day we face an Internet ruled by unverified sources. We need to be able to trust journalists more than ever before. So when NewsRx publishes over 7000 articles a day, the question that matters most is: are these articles credible?
Patents, clinical trials, and SEC filings, just to get started
NewsRx’s Butter provides articles written by computational journalism on a wide range of content--more than just news. Trademarks, stock movements, company announcements, peer-reviewed research, patents, and even news about medical devices and clinical trials are all included. This wealth of knowledge that moves beyond ordinary news cures key blind-spots for academic researchers and corporate users alike.
In an age of fake news and blossoming AI journalism, it's a good question.
Let's start with what we do know: NewsRx is an innovator in the fields of reporting and artificial intelligence, using advanced AI technology to develop a brand of journalism fit for the 21st century. Our concise news briefs that summarize peer reviewed research for scientific researchers and business professionals are written using computational journalism and AI.
So the real question at hand is: can news written by AI be considered real journalism?