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Articles by Alice Antheaume

Alice Antheaume is executive dean at Sciences Po Journalism School in Paris.
“It’s not just a matter of semantics: The ways journalists decide what they cover — and how they think about the shape of that coverage — has an impact on the world.”
“Each innovation changed the way we discover news, so they also changed the way we produce news. Artificial intelligence will follow that same trend.”
“Journalists from all over the world (France included) stand accused of being disconnected with reality and unable to forecast the news.”