S. Missaoui, M. Gutierrez-Lopez, A. MacFarlane, S. Makri, C. Porlezza, G. Cooper. (2019). How to Blend Journalistic Expertise with Artificial Intelligence for Research and Verifying News Stories. Where is the Human? Bridging the Gap between AI and HCI workshop. CHI 2019. [PDF]
M. Gutierrez-Lopez, S. Missaoui, S. Makri, A. MacFarlane, C. Porlezza, G. Cooper. (2019). Journalists as Design Partners for AI. Workshop for accurate, impartial and transparent journalism: challenges and solutions. CHI 2019. [PDF]
Komatsu, T., Gutierrez Lopez, M, Makri, S., Porlezza, C., Cooper, G., MacFarlane, A. and Missaoui, S. (2020). AI should embody our values: Investigating journalistic values to inform AI technology design. In: NordiCHI ’20: Proceedings of the 11th Nordic Conference on Human-Computer Interaction: Shaping Experiences, Shaping Society. (11.). New York, USA: ACM. ISBN 978-1-4503-7579-5. [PDF]
McKay, D., Makri, S. , Guiterrez-Lopez, M, MacFarlane, A. , Missaoui, S., Porlezza, C. and Cooper, G. (2020). We are the Change that we Seek: Information Interactions During a Change of Viewpoint. Paper presented at the Proceedings of ACM Conference on Human Information Interaction and Retrieval (CHIIR’20), 14 -18 March 2020, Vancouver, Canada.[PDF]
M. Gutierrez-Lopez, C. Porlezza, G. Cooper, A. MacFarlane, S. Makri, S. Missaoui. (2021) Designing hybrid journalism: Embedding journalistic workflows and values into emerging technologies. Proceedings of the 71st Annual ICA Conference (to appear).
February 2, 2019 / by Marisela Gutierrez Lopez
The DMINR cards are a collection of cards with journalistic concepts and design provocations around AI technologies. We paired these cards with design thinking techniques to generate ideas around journalism, its challenges and possible solutions. You can use the cards for this purpose or extend them to fit your own design explorations.
We created two decks of cards to inspire ideas around journalistic practices and AI technologies.
Click here to download the cards in PDF format.
- Deck one with 21 cards grouped in two categories:
- Workflow: 12 blue cards (P1-12) with activities that journalists commonly perform on their everyday work.
- Sources of input: 9 orange cards (D1-9) with a number of popular sources of input used by journalists.
- Deck two with 14 cards with opportunities and challenges of AI technologies in the context of journalism.
Did you use the DMINR cards? We’d like to hear your thoughts!