Nicholas Diakopoulos

Nicholas Diakopoulos is an expert on computational and data journalism whose work has been featured on BBC Radio 4 and CBC Radio and in the Atlantic, Slate, the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, and the Boston Globe. He is Director of the Computational Journalism Lab (CJL) and an Assistant Professor in the School of Communication at Northwestern University and is a Tow Fellow at Columbia Journalism School. A consultant specializing in research, design, and development for computational media applications, he cofounded Georgia Tech’s program in Computational Journalism.

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Cover: Automating the News: How Algorithms Are Rewriting the MediaAutomating the News: How Algorithms Are Rewriting the MediaDiakopoulos, NicholasHARDCOVER06/10/2019$29.95
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