Who (or what) writes your news?

eliza cassan AI news
Eliza Cassan, a character from the Deus Ex series, publicly known as the face of the media conglomerate Picus Group. Cassan is actually an artificial intelligence programmed to monitor and influence the spread of information via mass media, as well as to attempt to shape public opinion in support of the Illuminati’s goals – via thewrap.com

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?”

Birmingham featured in Washington Post’s “best vacation destinations you’ve never considered” series

Birmingham Alabama

“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

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Bham Now Special – Freedom Riders & Birmingham Civil Rights National Monuments (photo gallery/links)

Special card supporting Birmingham Civil Rights National Park given to Mayor Bell and Secretary Jewell. Yesterday, President Obama established the Birmingham Civil Rights National Monument.

Yesterday, President Obama, through a proclamation under the Antiquities Act, established the Birmingham Civil Rights and Freedom Riders National Monuments.

A historic day for Alabama. 

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.

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