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Top AI Journalists in USA (2023)

The Top AI Journalists in USA in 2023 are:

Adam Janofsky

Adam Janofsky writes about cybersecurity for the Wall Street Journal, with a speciality in small business. He previously worked at Inc. magazine, Bloomberg News, and managed the WSJ's startup blog.

Alan Boyle

Award-winning science writer and veteran space reporter. Formerly of NBCNews.com. The author of "The Case for Pluto: How a Little Planet Made a Big Difference."

Ben Schoon

Obsessed with all things tech, Ben has a soft spot for Google’s products from Pixel to Android TV and more. He can be found writing news daily on 9to5Google and creating videos and reviews for the site’s YouTube channel. Before starting at 9to5, Ben ran a small publication which a friend now owns. He married his wife Melissa in June of 2019.

Brad Stone

I help run the Bloomberg Global Technology group, with 50+ reporters in Silicon Valley and around the world. We write for Bloomberg properties including Bloomberg.com, Businessweek magazine, and Bloomberg TV.

Brian Gormley

Brian Gormley is a Special Writer covering life sciences for Dow Jones VentureWire. He joined Dow Jones in 2004.

Brian Holak

As site editor for SearchBusinessAnalytics and SearchDataManagement, Brian Holak reports on the BI, analytics and data management beats. Brian previously held the position of associate site editor in TechTarget’s CIO/IT Strategy group.

Cade Metz

Cade Metz is a technology correspondent with The New York Times, covering artificial intelligence, driverless cars, robotics, virtual reality, and other emerging areas. Previously, he was a senior staff writer with Wired magazine. He recently signed with Penguin Dutton in the United States and Random House in the United Kingdom to write a non-fiction narrative about the tiny clan of A.I visionaries who are rapidly changing our world.

Daniel Terdiman

Daniel Terdiman is a San Francisco-based technology journalist with nearly 20 years of experience. A veteran of CNET and VentureBeat, Daniel has also written for Wired, The New York Times, Time

Danny Crichton

I’m an editorial manager at TechCrunch, where I cover technology and power. Get in touch if you have a unique perspective on strategy, finance, or politics.

Devin Coldewey

Devin Coldewey is a Seattle-based writer and photographer. He first wrote for TechCrunch in 2007. He has also written for MSNBC.com, NBC News, DPReview, The Economist/GE’s Look Ahead, and others.

Elizabeth Dwoskin

Washington Post Silicon Valley Correspondent. Formerly Wall Street Journal big data/AI reporter.

Emanuel Maiberg

Managing Editor @motherboard.

Graham Roberts

Graham Roberts is a five-time Emmy-nominated journalist at The New York Times, focusing on innovation in visual journalism. Mr. Roberts is the director of immersive platforms storytelling and a co-director of the virtual reality program for NYTVR, leading a team that explores new approaches in video, motion graphics and virtual/augmented reality.

Jackie Snow

Freelance journalista published by NYT, WSJ, Nat Geo, Fast Company, and others. @HerGirlFri organizer. @younglucas is the key to my lime.

Jennifer Strong

Jennifer Strong brings complicated topics to life with sound and storytelling for WSJ Podcasts. Her reporting has been heard on a variety public radio documentaries and programs including Marketplace, The World, and NPR Newscast. Her investigation for PRI on how the U.S. market for poached ivory funded terrorist organizations was recognized by the National Press Club in 2016.

Joe McKendrick

Joe McKendrick is an author and independent analyst who tracks the impact of information technology on management and markets. Joe is co-author, along with 16 leading industry leaders and thinkers, of the SOA Manifesto, which outlines the values and guiding principles of service orientation. He speaks frequently on cloud, data, and enterprise computing topics at industry events and Webcasts. As an independent analyst, he has authored numerous research reports in partnership with Forbes Insights and Unisphere Research, a division of Information Today, Inc. In a previous life, Joe served as director of the Administrative Management Society (AMS), an international professional association dedicated to advancing knowledge within the IT and business management fields. He is a graduate of Temple University.

John Paczkowski

John Paczkowski is a technology and business editor for BuzzFeed News and is based in San Francisco.

Jordan Novet

Jordan Novet is a CNBC technology reporter specializing in artificial intelligence, cloud computing, and Microsoft and other enterprise software companies and products.

Karen Hao

I am the senior artificial intelligence reporter at MIT Technology Review. I write a semi-weekly newsletter about AI called The Algorithm, which received a Webby Award nomination for best newsletters on the internet in 2018. My work has also appeared in Quartz, Mother Jones, New Republic, and other publications. Prior to journalism, I was an application engineer at the first startup to spin out of Google X. Say hello at karendhao.com/contact.

Lisa Calhoun

Lisa Calhoun is general partner at Valor Ventures. She is the author of How You Rule the World and runs the online magazine FemaleEntrepreneurs as well as Female Founder meetups through the Southeast. She founded Write2Market, a tech public relations firm that ranks in the Top 10 agencies for startups in the country. Hobbies include golf, running, and Dutch.

Lora Kolodny

As a reporter and editor with more than ten years of experience in digital media, I keep information about business, innovation and the environment in the public view. My objective is to deliver stories that are insightful, accurate, timely and refreshing.

Marty Swant

Marty Swant is a staff writer for Adweek, where he focuses on the intersection of technology, creativity and marketing. Along with reporting on digital marketing, tech startups and giants, and data privacy issues, he also writes about experiential marketing and emerging technology such as virtual reality, augmented reality, artificial intelligence, and blockchain applications.Prior to joining Adweek, Marty was a political reporter in Alabama for the Associated Press and spent years as a business and politics reporter for various newspapers in the south and midwest. He's also a proud alum of the University of Missouri School of Journalism.

Melissa Hellmann

Artificial Intelligence Reporter @Seattletimes | Formerly @seattleweekly, @yesmagazine, @AP, etc. | @SeattleNabj.

Nick Ismail

Nick Ismail is a reporter for Information Age. He has a particular interest in smart technologies, AI and cyber security.

Patrick Kulp

Patrick Kulp is an emerging tech reporter for Adweek. He covers creative innovation, artificial intelligence and the future of 5G, which culminated in a cover story on AT&T and Verizon's strategic plans for 5G.Patrick holds degrees in economics and political Science from UC Santa Barbara. He previously worked as a business Reporter for Mashable.

Rachel Metz

I've worked as a technology journalist for over a decade. My experience spans many mediums, including major metropolitan newspapers, websites, magazines, and a wire service. I am currently a senior writer at CNN Business, covering AI, VR, and AR.

Robert McMillan

Robert McMillan writes about computer security, hackers and privacy. Previously, he has written about cloud computing, business technology, bitcoin, and artificial intelligence.

S.C. Stuart

S. C. Stuart is an award-winning digital strategist and technology commentator for ELLE China, Esquire Latino, Singularity Hub, and PCMag, covering: artificial intelligence; augmented, virtual, and mixed reality; DARPA; NASA; US Army Cyber Command; sci-fi in Hollywood (including interviews with Spike Jonze and Ridley Scott); and robotics (real-life encounters with over 27 robots and counting).

Sara Castellanos

Sara Castellanos starts a new job today as an emerging technologies reporter for The Wall Street Journal, based in New York.

Tiernan Ray

Tiernan Ray has been covering technology and business for over 24 years. He was most recently technology editor for Barron's where he wrote daily market coverage for the Tech Trader blog and wrote the weekly print column of that name. He has also worked for Bloomberg and SmartMoney, and for the prestigious ComputerLetter newsletter covering venture capital investments in tech. His work has been published in the New York Times, Fortune magazine, and CNN Money. He is a graduate of Princeton University and a native of New York City.

Tim Peterson

Senior reporter, Digiday.

Timothy Prickett Morgan

Co-founder and co-editor Timothy Prickett Morgan brings 25 years of experience as a publisher, IT industry analyst, editor, and journalist for some of the world's most widely-read high-tech and business publications including The Register, BusinessWeek, Midrange Computing, IT Jungle, Unigram, The Four Hundred, ComputerWire, Computer Business Review, Computer System News and IBM Systems User. Most recently, he was the Editor in Chief of EnterpriseTech.

Zoë Bernard

Zoë Bernard is a reporter for The Information, covering venture capital from The Information’s New York bureau.

Contacting AI Journalists in USA

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When and why to contact AI journalists

When reaching out to journalists who cover AI, it's important to remember that they likely receive many pitches, so it's crucial to only contact them if you have an AI-related story or product to share. As AI is a complex and constantly evolving field, it's essential to find journalists who have a solid understanding of the subject matter and can communicate it effectively to a diverse audience. To increase your chances of receiving a response, take the time to research your target journalists and tailor your pitch to their specific interests and needs. Additionally, consider the wider implications of your story beyond technical details, as AI has significant practical applications and raises ethical and societal concerns.

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How to write a AI press release

• Start by doing research on the topic and gathering relevant information. • Write down a catchy headline that captures the essence of the press release. • Frame the press release as a story, including the who, what, where, when, why, and how. • Use AI-specific language to make it more informative and interesting. • Include quotations from experts, if possible. • End the press release with a call to action.

Pitching Etiquette to AI journalists

1. Always do your research before contacting a journalist so you know what topics they usually cover. 2. Respect the journalist's time by making sure your pitch is concise and to the point. 3. Start your pitch by introducing yourself, your organization, and your story idea. 4. Explain why your story is relevant and timely for the journalist’s audience. 5. Include helpful images, videos, and other resources to help visualize your story. 6. Follow up with journalists, but don’t be too pushy or aggressive. 7. Always be open to feedback and willing to make adjustments to your pitch.

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