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Artificial intelligence and communication: A Human–Machine Communication research agenda
This article provides a starting point for articulating the differences between communicative AI and previous technologies and introduces a theoretical basis for navigating these conditions in the form of scholarship within human–machine communication (HMC).
Evolution of News Frames During the 2011 Egyptian Revolution
This study traces the evolution of U.S. news media frames of participants in the 2011 Egyptian Revolution, part of the Arab Spring. Critical discourse analysis reveals that CNN.com and FoxNews.com
Imagining the Voice in the Machine: The Ontology of Digital Social Agents
This dissertation explores the ontology of voice-based, digital social agents – such as Apple’s Siri and Google Voice Search – from the perspective of users and non-users with implications for theories regarding presence, impression formation, and source orientation.
Automation, Journalism, and Human–Machine Communication: Rethinking Roles and Relationships of Humans and Machines in News
It is argued that journalism studies, and particularly research focused on automated journalism, has much to learn from Human-Machine Communication (HMC), an emerging conceptual framework and empirically grounded research domain that has formed in response to the growing number of technologies designed to function as message sources, rather than as message channels.
Prioritizing the Audience’s View of Automation in Journalism
This commentary for the special issue on the automation of journalism highlights the progress made before advocating for researchers to pay greater attention to the audience and its perceptions of the technologies of automation.
Beyond Extraordinary: Theorizing Artificial Intelligence and the Self in Daily Life
  • Andrea L. Guzman
  • Psychology
    A Networked Self and Human Augmentics, Artificial…
  • 11 July 2018