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Narrative Science Why You Want to Work Here– Can the Computer Write Stories Better Than You?

Why You Want to Work at Narrative Science

Nar­ra­tive Sci­ence is at the fore­front of com­put­er automa­tion.  At Media Jobs we have brought you numer­ous sto­ries dis­cussing how data visu­al­iza­tion is all the rage right now and will be into the fore­see­able future, and for good rea­son. The vast amount of data being gen­er­at­ed and col­lect­ed every sec­ond of every day on every pos­si­ble top­ic is almost use­less with­out a good way to ana­lyze it and present it in an under­stand­able way. And they were all writ­ten by humans. But in cer­tain sit­u­a­tions, those charts, graphs, and oth­er unique visu­al­iza­tion tools still aren’t the best way to trans­fer infor­ma­tion to peo­ple. Some­times a con­cise and infor­­ma­­tion-packed sto­ry is the most pleas­ing and under­stand­able way to absorb infor­ma­tion, and that’s where Nar­ra­tive Sci­ence excels, no humans required. Tell Me About The Nar­ra­tive Sci­ence Game If you ask Google or Siri or Cor­tana this ques­tion (which is actu­al­ly a state­ment, I guess), you’ll prob­a­bly get a final score — assum­ing that you spec­i­fy the game you’re refer­ring to, of course. But soft­ware devel­oped by Chi­ca­­go-based Nar­ra­tive Sci­ence does­n’t wait for you to ask. Instead, it col­lects the rel­e­vant infor­ma­tion about the game and writes a sum­ma­ry in para­graphs we’re used to…

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