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James Dooley

James is a senior software engineer at BBC News Labs. He finds energy crafting new audience experiences, like hacking away at conversational bots, voice-experiences for Amazon Alexa and speech-to-text tools. He also likes to pet dogs, climb rocks and eat incredibly spicy food.

Presenting

(Proto)typing innovation in BBC News

Thursday 10:15 am
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BBC News Labs explore, prototype and incubate new ways to tell stories, reach audiences and create cutting edge journalism. James will demonstrate how his team made transcribing interviews - something journalists spend hours every day doing - faster, easier, and data-rich by creating an interactive, time-encoded text editor with Draft.js. By making it an open-source component library, BBC managed to add this functionality and productivity to many other tools, both in the BBC and outside - empowering other newsrooms to innovate in their own spaces.

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