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Do you know whether this story was written by a human? Computer generated vs. journalistic content

A recent study investigates how readers perceive computer-generated news articles. The advent of new technologies has always spurred questions about changes in journalism -- how it is produced and consumed. A recent development which has come to the fore in the digital world is software-generated content. A recent article investigates how readers perceive automatically produced news articles vs. articles which have been written by a journalist.
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