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Giving Everyone a Shot #118

Editor: Christopher Brennan
As vaccine rollouts start to suppress the coronavirus in some countries, others are wondering when it will be their turn. With any global topic, such as patents, there is a lot to take in. Deepnews can be particularly useful in these sorts of media monitoring situations, as by focusing on quality it finds articles that are contributing to the conversation with reporting and analysis, rather than putting forward the same content as everyone else. Here is a selection on the subject of vaccines and vaccine patents.

Matter of Facts #117

Editor: Christopher Brennan
While Deepnews likes to use its algorithm to highlight writers putting out quality information, it also likes to talk about the way that information is shared around. Countries all over the world are asking how to make social networks live up to their promise rather than be part of the problem. From Detroit to Delhi, this week’s Digest looks at pieces that are doing the real reporting and analysis to look at issues such as misinformation, regulation and why you see what you see on social media.

Oscars Good As Gold? #116

Editor: Christopher Brennan
One of my favorite things about Deepnews is how it can act in media monitoring. If you’re just following the biggest sources you will miss all the smaller, excellent stories being told. The Academy Awards, coming up on Sunday, also spotlights dozens of stories from around the world, and is a place where you can find articles from unexpected places not just on movies themselves but on the issues they talk about, from deafness to discrimination . Here are some of the pieces that you might have missed in the run up to the big event, highlighted by Deepnews quality scores.

Looking Closer at AI #115

Editor: Christopher Brennan
Normally each week I select a topic that is trending in the news and look for articles using Deepnews’s quality scores so that readers can compare the pieces they see on social media with the wealth of reporting available when you use AI to look for something different. Given that many of our Digest readers are interested in AI, however, this week takes a meta approach and gathered articles you might have missed on artificial intelligence itself. All gathered and scored by Deepnews.

Getting Up to Data #114

Editor: Christopher Brennan
While it is something we should care about all the time, in the last week cybersecurity and questions about how protected our data is online have come into the mainstream after reporting about a data leak impacting more than 500 million users at Facebook. It’s the sort of complicated topic where Deepnews scores can be particularly useful for our clients, from publishers using our data find the best work from their own archive of articles to media monitoring companies highlighting articles that get their readers up to date. Here is a selection of some of those well done articles you might have missed on the broad themes of cybersecurity and data privacy, highlighted by our algorithm.

Waiting for the Green Light #113

Editor: Christopher Brennan
As people around the world begin looking more and more to life after the pandemic, plans are being put in motion to build a more sustainable world and fight the climate change crisis. From European farms to Biden’s push for climate spending, there is a huge amount of good reporting into how energy, transport and other systems work now, as well as what they may look like in the future. This week’s Digest pulls in 25 pieces from around the world on the general theme of climate, highlighted with scores from our algorithm.

WTF is an NFT? #112

Editor: Christopher Brennan
WTF is an NFT? The short answer is “non-fungible token,” a sort of digital asset that also acts as a proof of authenticity. The longer answer is we are still finding out exactly how they will be used and whether the hype around them as an example of blockchain technology is warranted. The concept, which took off in the world of fine art with digital works (like the one above) being sold for millions, has now spread to music, sports and even newspapers. We set our algorithm to go find articles worth reading from the last few weeks to see what it is all about.

Georgia Spa Shootings #111

Editor: Christopher Brennan
A gunman killed eight people at a series of Atlanta-area spas Tuesday night, the latest mass shooting in the United States. While the motive for the rampage is still unclear, the fact that six victims were women of Asian descent has refocused attention on a rise in anti-Asian attacks in the last year. This Digest explores the shootings themselves as well as the broader issues they raise, with our algorithm finding pieces of original reporting and analysis.

Looking Back at One Year of COVID #110

Editor: Christopher Brennan
COVID-19, as the name shows, started in 2019, though news outlets around the world this week have been marking the one-year anniversary since the WHO declared a pandemic. This week our Digest seeks to pick out some of the excellent reporting in those pieces, from local news outlets covering the effect on their communities to the changes in the worlds of entertainment and sports. All articles scored by our algorithm for the real reporting and analysis they contain.

What Planet Are You On? #109

Editor: Christopher Brennan
When I pick the topic for the Deepnews Digest each week I like to pick subjects that are global, so that we can show off our algorithm’s ability to pick out gems from all sorts of different outlets you may not be reading on the regular. This week looks not just at our globe, but what’s beyond it, covering all things space exploration. While you may have seen the headlines from your own respective country on NASA’s Perseverance rover or the ESA, our tech helps uncover stories you might have missed from New Orleans to New Delhi.