Monday, 29 August 2016

Nick Booth: Will the BBC automate its anti-Brexit propaganda machine? Per The Conservative Woman

'The focus of union anger is a new machine, dubbed the AbrexipanSta, which it's claimed can automatically carry out the work of up to 100 BBC journalists. The AbrexipanSta (automated brexit panic station) can sift through dozens of daily events and instantly create a worrisome narrative that will furrow brows at a 100 metres. In the wake of the referendum, when a majority of voters defied the wishes of the BBC, mandarins have demanded that the Ruling News Service steps up its production of 'black cloud' stories. However, the understaffed BBC is being forced to find new ways to ramp up production through automation.'

More anti Brexit propaganda on the BBC pretty much 24/7

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