The rapid development of digital technology, social networks, and new media has presented professional journalism with a fresh set of challenges. Some predict that news agencies will be transformed into aggregators of information. Who has the right to consider themselves journalists in the modern world? Is there a future for traditional journalism amid so much rapid global change? Will there be any demand for the traditional media in ten years and if so, in what form? How can news agencies ensure they survive? How might artificial intelligence transform journalism in the area of newsgathering? How can on-going changes in the media be used to rapidly disseminate reliable information? What are the threats associated with these changes and how can modern journalism rise to these challenges in the foreseeable future?