How The New York Times is tapping the power of machine learning

The New York Times Co., the news organization, is using machine learning to address both newsroom and business problems.

The New York Times Co. is using machine learning to deliver all the news that is fit to print – and to craft a suite of innovative tools for advertisers.

“We have a group that is expert in developing and deploying machine-learning solutions both to newsroom and business problems,” Chris Wiggins, the news organization’s chief data scientist, told delegates at The AI Summit, a conference held by Informa

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