Reporter - Artificial Intelligence, WSJ Pro - NY
3 days left
- Full Time
WSJ Pro, the unit of the Wall Street Journal that provides specialized news, analysis and data for professional audiences, seeks a reporter to focus on one of the hottest areas of technological change: artificial intelligence.
As investments in AI technologies rise dramatically in the coming years, business practices will be transformed. WSJ Pro Artificial Intelligence will serve executives who need to understand how those technologies can enable their businesses and be effectively implemented.
The reporter in this position would cover artificial intelligence through a business lens, reporting and analyzing how companies are adopting AI into their business strategies, how they're putting these technologies into operation, how AI is changing business practices and industries, and what challenges companies are finding.
We're looking for an enterprising journalist who is bursting with ideas, energetic in seeking new sources, and able to thrive in a collaborative team environment.
This reporter should be a business journalist with experience covering AI or technology more broadly. The ability to write clearly and concisely about complex topics for a business-minded audience is a must.
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