What if a computer created your news? A computer that tailored its style, tone, and slant to exactly what its owners wanted? Actually, it would look like The Washington Post, who have been running a neural network to scrape events, create articles, and publish them for over a year now. Continue reading “Who (or what) writes your news?”
Indeed.com is one of the largest job seeking websites on the internet, so they do know a little bit about the job market and the cost of living in the U.S.
The word is getting out. Birmingham is becoming a national “destination hotspot.”
Earlier this month, the Washington Post ran a story profiling Birmingham as a city to consider visiting in 2017.
That story is going viral.
“With revitalized neighborhoods and a ramped-up food culture, Alabama’s largest city boldly returns to the stage and sings to a bigger audience.” ~ From the Washington Post article titled – You’re Going Where? Birmingham
A very timely event. Just last month, President Obama created the Freedom Riders National Monument in Anniston.
Yesterday, President Obama, through a proclamation under the Antiquities Act, established the Birmingham Civil Rights and Freedom Riders National Monuments.
Bham Now has compiled a list of links from television, radio and newspaper stories that have been published online in the past 12 hours. With the help of photographer Larry Gay, we’ve also created a special photo gallery.
First – the photo gallery.