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Accuracy, fairness and speed are the guiding values for AP’s news report, and we believe the mindful use of artificial intelligence can serve these values and over time improve how we work.
A first-of-its-kind collaboration between The Associated Press and the Press Trust of India resulted in seven powerful climate and environment stories co-published by both organizations.
Stunning visual coverage of the war in Ukraine has earned The Associated Press three first prize trophies at the 29th Bayeux Calvados-Normandy Award for war correspondents.
This week AP announced eight key leadership positions, including the US News leadership team and a new director of global text.
AP is taking steps to make its U.S. news report more visual and digital friendly to help local newsrooms thrive in an increasingly digital environment.