Take a look at some of the stories that caught our attention this week.
The Conversation / Patrick White
Francesco Marconi, a professor of journalism at Columbia University, has written a book about the use of AI in journalism. He says the journalism world isn't keeping pace with the evolution of new technologies. But, it could present big opportunities.
Nieman Reports / Gary Dickson and Margaret Simons
"Australia offers the world a sobering example of how a liberal democracy can incrementally surrender media freedom – and how hard it can be to fight back when the public is increasingly disengaged and distrusting of media."
The Sydney Morning Herald / Stephen Brook
"The task of designing a mandatory code, with enforcement, penalty and appeal provisions will be very difficult. Even more difficult: enforcing it."
The New York Times Magazine / Taffy Brodesser-Akner
Brodesser-Akner's masterful profiling of the elusive actor, who has lost his voice to throat cancer, captures his weird and wonderful character.
The New Yorker / Jessica Olien
Finally, someone tracked down the tigers! Do they think Joe Exotic is guilty and would they eat a human?