Miami Herald is utilizing software program to jot down actual property tales

The Miami Herald is utilizing pc software program to supply tales about actual property, experiences Alex DeLuca of Miami New Instances.

DeLuca writes, “At 1:55 p.m. on October 15, Bot printed its first article on the location: ‘North Miami Seashore, Florida home sells for $2.4 million.’ Simply two minutes later, it impressively printed two tales directly: ‘Miami, Florida condominium sells for $5.4 million’ and ‘Sunny Isles Seashore, Florida house sells for $2.6 million,’ each at 1:57 p.m.

“Earlier than its first day on the job got here to a detailed, Bot notched one other byline, at 3 p.m., with ‘Coral Gables, Florida house sells for $5.1 million.’

“All instructed, over the previous two and a half weeks, Miami Herald Bot has printed greater than 50 actual property tales for the every day newspaper of file. If it appears Bot is pumping these articles out like a machine, properly, that’s as a result of Bot is a machine — or somewhat ‘synthetic intelligence software program that analyzes structured info from distinguished actual property knowledge suppliers and applies it to templates created by journalists within the newsroom,’ in accordance with the editor’s observe that seems on the finish of all of Bot’s tales.”

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