Artificial Intelligence, 51│ď╣¤╣┘═°and Journalism

Newsrooms everywhere are grappling with the opportunities and risks of using generative AI tools. The Poynter Institute aims to support journalists in using these tools ethically and responsibly, in service to their audience. We are at the forefront of helping newsrooms develop ethical policies that will guide their use of AI and offering leadership on topics such as visual AI, audience attitudes and changing standards. This page compiles our work and other resources for journalists, leaders and newsrooms working with artificial intelligence.

Have a suggestion or question for us? Contact us at ethics@poynter.org.

Poynter's AI ethics experts

  • Kelly McBride
    Senior Vice President and Chair of Craig Newmark Center for 51│ď╣¤╣┘═°and Leadership
    Kelly McBride is a journalist, consultant and one of the countryÔÇÖs leading voices on media ethics and democracy. She is senior vice president and chair...
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  • Alex Mahadevan
    Director, MediaWise
    Alex Mahadevan is director of MediaWise, PoynterÔÇÖs digital media literacy project that teaches people of all ages how to spot misinformation online. As director, Alex...
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  • Tony Elkins
    Faculty
    Tony Elkins, a citizen of the Comanche Nation, is a faculty member at Poynter. His portfolio includes Poynter's early and mid-career leadership workshops Essential Skills...
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