Earlier in September, the British newspaper The Guardian has published an article that may scary old school reporters. The journalists who never sleep presented a few examples of companies that are working with artificial intelligence to develop automated writing. In this article, the author Yves Eudes (@YvesEudes) shows that a text can be completely written in English without any human interaction. What’s more: the text can be so good that any reader would realize it. A tool called Quill, designed by Narrative Science, was programmed to import data from different data-basis, convert this data into structured data, promote a narrative analysis and, at last, generate a narrative in almost any particular subject. Quill developers defend that the artificial intelligence will enable, in the future, every user to read an article tailored to his/her own interests.