Printed media dealing with economic issues, primarily finances, reduce the number of journalists and increasingly engage robots, who do not require salary increases, do not complain about overtime and are much faster than their "human colleagues" when they need to declare a fall or rise in prices, the American newspaper New York Times writes.
The number of robotic news is increasing, so almost a third of the information broadcast by the Bloomberg economic news agency is the result of the work of robots journalists.
The system used by this robot ("cyborg") can deliver quarterly income information to all US companies as soon as possible.
A robot can break down the data of all required items needed to report revenue and expenditure to companies for each quarter. These reports, among other things, are among the journalists who follow finance are very unpopular, because they consider them annoying, and robots do not complain about it to anyone.
The Bloomberg robot helps the best way to be the first in a race between the competition, primarily with Reuters, as the biggest competitor.
Robots are tireless and quick to communicate financially important data, as well as sports results from school leagues or earthquake news in California.
Robotic writers' editorials argue that they will not endanger good journalists, but will allow them to get more time to write comments, analyzes, reports ...