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Mutale Nkonde discusses AI, algorithmic bias, and why we need humans on Notre Dame’s With a Side of Knowledge Podcast
When a duly elected president is bent on spreading misinformation, tech companies can rein him in only so much, writes evelyn douek.
The many different groups and individuals that spread false information.
Joan Donovan weighs in on Twitter creating a carve-out for public leaders
Padmashree Gehl Sampath on the need for a global response to tackle the impact of COVID-9.
Padmashree Gehl Sampath
We're turning to screens more than ever during the coronavirus pandemic. But what are the implications of spending so much time online?
Animal Crossing reclaims a sense of control in our daily lives
Dragana Kaurin reflects on playing Animal Crossing during the pandemic
Dipayan Ghosh explains why social media platforms need to be more transparent about their policies on politicians spreading misinformation.
The Harvard Law Professor and BKC director’s "Last Lecture"
Ruth L. Okediji
Hyunjin Seo leads the research, forthcoming in the journal New Media & Society
Joan Donovan weighs in on targeted ads on social media
Surveillance thrives in unequal environments, and the pandemic will increase inequality. We need a welfare state for our digital information economy, argues Beatriz Botero Arcila.
Beatriz Botero Arcila
A legal, public health, and technical perspective from BKC’s Elizabeth Renieris.
How the Adaptive Leadership Framework can help the international health community
Fear is the biggest motivator in spreading 'dangerous speech' in times of crisis like the COVID-19 pandemic, says BKC’s Susan Benesch
Zuckerman discusses the history of public broadcasting, and potential alternative models for the future.
A thoughtful reflection on the recent report, "Youth & Digital Citizenship+," from Youth and Media
evelyn douek interviews Craig Silverman, the media editor for Buzzfeed News, for the Lawfare Podcast.
Civil rights protections are as necessary in virtual spaces as in physical ones, Danielle Citron says
We shouldn’t risk our genetic privacy to find it, writes Ifeoma Ajunwa