How Reuters is Using Automation to Analyze its Polling Data
The sheer amount of information at the fingertips of the modern journalist is both a blessing and a curse. On one hand, there's more data than ever available to reporters looking to investigate just about anything: the Web browsing history of public officials, the works collected at the The Museum of Modern Art or the international flow of major weapons. But this crush of data also means that many reporters are stepping up to a proverbial dinner buffet with a butter plate.
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