AI at the BBC: the promise and the challenges

John Leonard
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The potential for streamlining services is huge, but so are the hurdles says lead strategist Noriko Matsuoka

The potential for AI and machine learning in streamlining processes at the BBC and creating the basis for new services is matched only by the challenge of implementing automation in such a complex ...

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