Editorial innovation in news

It is easy to assume that the future of news will be inevitably technical. That assumption is dangerous.

David Caswell
Feb 14, 2019 · 7 min read
Una Marson (centre), George Orwell (standing) and TS Eliot (seated).

Assumptions are like algorithms in our brains. They’re clearly useful for speeding up how we process information, but they also come with huge risks because they can exclude important knowledge that is different, rare, subtle or new. We all…