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Greg Gondwe

Faculty Associate

I am pleased to announce my return as a Faculty Associate with the Berkman Klein Centre following my tenure as a 2022-2023 Harvard Visiting Scholar at the Institute for Rebooting Social Media (RSM). As an Assistant Professor of Journalism Studies at California State University – San Bernardino, my research focuses on emerging media trends in Sub-Saharan Africa and their societal implications. My current projects examine the engagement of Sub-Saharan African journalists with Generative Artificial Intelligence and the use of new media technologies by Zambian youths to navigate challenges such as government censorship and biased social media algorithms. Through these endeavors, I aim to contribute to the understanding of media dynamics in Africa and the influence of technology on social, political, and cultural landscapes. I am dedicated to advancing knowledge in these areas and facilitating critical discussions on the intersection of media, society, and technology. With my renewed affiliation with the Berkman Klein Centre, I eagerly anticipate collaborating with esteemed colleagues and participating in interdisciplinary dialogues that deepen our comprehension of the intricate relationship between media, technology, and society.


Digital Journalism

Artificial Intelligence, Journalism, and the Ubuntu Robot in Sub-Saharan Africa: Towards a Normative Framework

BKC Faculty Associate Greg Gondwe's new study investigates the integration of Ubuntu philosophy into AI-driven journalism practices in Subs-Saharan Africa.

Mar 1, 2024

ChatGPT3 in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Threat or an Opportunity?

BKC Faculty Associate Greg Gondwe writes about the use of ChatGPT3 in sub-Saharan Africa. 

Mar 19, 2023

Misinformation in countries with limited technological literacies: How people in sub-Sahara Africa engage with fake news

BKC Faculty Associate Greg Gondwe writes about variations in digital access and literacy among people in sub-Saharan Africa. 

Jan 23, 2023