Brian Dean has written about the complexities of dealing with new forms of media and online news.
It seems to me that one of the problems of dealing with all of the online "stuff" out there is that there is so much of it, and there's only so much time for reading.
Can artificial intelligence help with the sorting process?
A new service calls News Minimalist "uses AI (ChatGPT-4) to read the top 1000 news every day and rank them by significance on a scale from 0 to 10 based on event magnitude, scale, potential, and source credibility." You can sign up for a daily email newsletter.
Perhaps other similar projects will start popping up, too.
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