New Features of Editing Role Positioning Under the Background of Artificial Intelligence

  • Yongxin LiuEmail author
Conference paper
Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 1117)


As the development and progress of the science and technology, artificial intelligence has been a breakthrough in the field of editing in which editing machine is one of good example. With the continuous development of artificial intelligent on editing industry, human-computer conflict has become one of the hot points in the academic circle, which has brought many discussions at current stage. The purpose of this paper is to explore how to get the positioning for editors and coordinate the relationships between instrumental rationality and humanistic spirit under certain circumstances of artificial intelligence shuffle on the editing industry. The study of this paper is based on the theory of artificial intelligence algorithms to study the evolutionary algorithms for data sources of evidence, which is based on the emergency of artificial intelligence under the background of machine editor and also for the traditional editing on the information production, distribution and management mechanism of the industry as well as editing practitioners professional role with function achieved, connotation of the attributes and skills of editing practitioners to work put forward on new requirements. In this paper, the research results show that the widespread using of artificial intelligence, which does not mean that the editor practitioners will be replaced by editing machine of artificial intelligence because of the inadequacy of the technique on artificial intelligence algorithms to be always unable to break through the symbol manipulation level that is not like human consciousness which is equipped with a self-consciousness that can produce complex concepts, consciousness and meaningful system.


Artificial intelligence Editing industry Human-computer conflict Artificial intelligence algorithms Man-machine conflict Those in the editing profession Intelligent editing machine 



This paper was supported by the Research and Development Fund Project of JiLin Engineering Normal University (XYB201834).


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Media Academy, Jilin Engineering Normal UniversityChangchunChina

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