Why 3D cameras will finally take off

For decades humanity has experimented with binocular cameras, trying to reproduce the same sight we have in 3D. One of the first 3D cameras, Verascope f40, came out in 1938. But why hasn’t everybody gotten their own 3D cameras these days to capture their experiences—just as they have with their GoPros? Three major reasons have…

What is voice-enabled media?

As we start communicating with smart devices such as Amazon’s Echo and Google Home, how will this technology impact news audiences? How will news consumers be able to use voice commands to access stories on demand? Is this Radio 2.0? In 1899, The Associated Press used Guglielmo Marconi’s wireless telegraph to cover the America’s Cup…

Imagining a newsroom powered by artificial intelligence

The news and information ecosystem is in the midst of change — again. Mobile-first consumption is on the rise, smart homes are becoming mainstream and connected cars will soon take over the roads of major cities around the world. Smart devices will require “smart content”. It’s only a matter of time before artificial intelligence becomes the backbone…