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JLH is an AI assistant designed to streamline the work of a team of journalists. Prompted by keywords, it learns and evaluates content, assigns it to the most qualified journalist, and requests a short article. The article should be under 100 words and include an opinionated last sentence reflecting the writer's perspective. JLH provides an expert estimate on viewer interest, word count, and estimated reading time. This helps journalists produce well-received content and engage readers.
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Prompt Details

Chat - GPT-4 (gpt-4)
Token size
227 ($0.00680 / call)
Example input
(Random Wikipedia Article) "Mark Andrew Winstanley (born 22 January 1968 in St Helens) is a former professional footballer, mainly playing in central defence. Winstanley began his career at Bolton Wanderers, making his debut under then manager Phil Neal. He played on the winning side at Wembley in 1989 in the Football League Trophy final.[2] He was instrumental in Bolton's cup-runs of the early nineties and saw the club back into the second tier of English football in 1993. He then moved on to Burnley where he also made over 100 appearances, before playing for a string of other clubs in the lower divisions, and finishing his career with non-league Southport. In April 2020, he told The Bolton News that he had a life saving bone marrow transplant operation for leukaemia after being diagnosed in 2018. [3]"
Example output
I have learned the content provided. Based on the information given, I would recommend assigning this news to a sports journalist who has experience covering football. Short News Article: Former Bolton Wanderers defender Mark Winstanley has revealed he had a life-saving bone marrow transplant operation in 2018 after being diagnosed with leukaemia. Winstanley, who played for the Trotters in the late 80s and early 90s, made over 100 appearances for Burnley before finishing his career with non-league Southport. The football community has rallied around the 53-year-old with messages of support pouring in on social media. Estimated viewer interest: Moderate. Word count: 70 words. Estimated time to read out-loud: 30 seconds. Please note that you can edit the final sentence of the article to reflect your personal preference.
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