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7G Journalism and the Post-Artificial Intelligence Phase, and the Disappearance of the Journalist's Role

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The stages of media development and its connection with the industrial revolution, and new media that are in line with the seventh generation network and beyond artificial intelligence The stages of media development and its connection with the industrial revolution, and new media that are in line with the seventh generation network and beyond artificial intelligence Photo source: - Compilation of news visibility from Google

Vision Egypt News: - The development of the media is related to the development of the means of communication and communication between humans and the tools and machines available in each era, as follows: -

- The first industrial revolution, the leap in printing, the growth of the newspaper industry, and the emergence of news agencies.

- The Second Industrial Revolution and the emergence of radio, telegraph, and color daily and weekly newspapers.

- The third industrial revolution and the power of television in sound and image, direct transmission of satellites, the discovery of the Internet, electronic journalism and the power of social media, which has become an independent industry and revolution in the media.

- The fourth industrial revolution and the power of artificial intelligence journalism, robotics, and the technologies of the fourth industrial revolution that have been integrated into the media industry such as: 3D printing, big data analysis, blockchain news, robotic marketing, open data platforms, and other technologies that have highlighted the power of AI journalism. As a new era more developed.

The roles of the media have evolved during the previous eras as follows: -

- Single role stage of the transmitter.

- The reciprocal role between the sender and the receiver (audience).

- The three-dimensional stage of the sender, the audience, and the medium (Internet).

- The stage of the interactive role between all components of the sender, audience, medium, and content.

What about the Fifth Industrial Revolution?

According to some international statistics, the number of Internet users in the world is expected to reach more than 7.7 billion users by 2030, representing more than 90% of the world population expected at that time, of whom more than 7 billion users depend on the Internet via their smartphones. Only at the human level.

As for devices that will connect directly to the Internet via the Internet of Things, according to the IHS Markit report, the global leader in important information, analysis and solutions, the number of Internet of Things (IoT) devices worldwide will increase by 12% annually. Equivalent to an increase from 27 billion in 2017 to 125 billion in 2030.

But what happens after the Fourth Industrial Revolution? What did the media look like in that era?

The Fifth Industrial Revolution, according to its history by many researchers, is the era in which the human mind and the machine are in harmony.

The Fifth Industrial Revolution is the answer to the ethical question of how to make the world more human in a better way, more than just a "more productive, efficient and advanced" world.

The Fifth Industrial Revolution works to maximize the role of the human mind anew, and to revive a stable ethics that governs and manages the technology developed in the fourth.

And the signs of the Fifth Industrial Revolution may begin at the end of the thirties of the current century, when the rapid and massive spread of (7G) networks, where the tremendous speeds of the free internet that covers all parts of the earth, under the seas and reaching the surface of the moon, where the world turns from the concept of a small village to a single radio frequency.

This new era of the Fifth Industrial Revolution will start at a faster rate than previous industrial revolutions, where the power of the human mind returns again, but with a complete integration with machines and artificial intelligence technologies, the robot will become history, with the complete absence of computers and smart phones and their replacement with electronic chips.

At the gates of the press of the seventh generation

It is a new era in the development of the media industry that is fully compatible with the techniques of the Fifth Industrial Revolution, as media institutions disappear in their traditional form and turn into millions of information centers spread everywhere around the world, with the spread of the seventh generation networks that cover every point on the globe, the sky, the earth, and under the seas. With strong internet networks that work without interruption.

7G Journalism also relies on individual contributions and direct communications between humans via electronic chips in the absence of television and radio stations, news platforms, and smart phone applications, to be replaced by images and automatic content broadcast from central stations and multiple satellites, and works via smart electromagnetic waves The audience will capture it through electronic chips installed in each individual, and through the Internet of objects, which will be the best way to communicate at the time.

There are 4 characteristics that define 7th generation journalism:

- Able to anticipate events and make news before it happens.

- Reliance on the technologies of the seventh generation networks and global coverage in all parts of the world.

- The sender has disappeared from the elements of the communication process.

- The emergence of powerful anonymous media.

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