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With Gilad Lotan (Head of Data Science, BuzzFeed), Sasha Koren (Editor, Guardian Mobile Lab), Alexis Lloyd (Chief Design Officer, Axios), Cory Haik (Chief Strategy Officer, Mic), Benjamin Decker (Research Coordinator, Storyful).
Monday, December 11, 2017 at 06:00 PM    Cost: Absolutely Free
Buzzfeed HQ, 111 E 18th St
 
     
 
 
              
 
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Trust, fake news & misinformation: what are the tech tools needed to win this battle?
Presented by: Tech, Media & Democracy
Hosted by: BuzzFeed
The fake news concerns span anything from deliberate misinformation to politicians & others undermining trust in news media. Can technology be harnessed to address these issues, & how? What tools are needed for journalists to better understand & respond to misinformation dissemination on different platforms? How to react to credibility attacks? What are the best ways to support trust/fact-checking? How to use technology to set truth-seeking organizations apart?
With panelists:


Gilad Lotan, BuzzFeed VP, Head of Data Science (@gilgul) (host & moderator)


Sasha Koren, Editor, Guardian Mobile Lab (@SashaK)


Alexis Lloyd, Chief Design Officer, Axios (@alexislloyd)


Cory Haik, Chief Strategy Officer,Mic (@coryhaik)


Benjamin Decker, Research Coordinator, Storyful (@btdecker)





Event Information:
6:00-6:30:Networking Reception
6:30-7:30:Panel
7:30-8:00:Networking Reception
Logistics: Guests will enter & check in at the front desk with photo ID.



About Tech, Media & Democracy:Six of New York City's universities are partnering to defend & support journalism & independent news media --- one of the most critical elements of our democracy --- as they are increasingly under threat. This unique, first-of-its kind program & collaboration will bring together Cornell Tech, Columbia University, City University of New York, New York University, The New School & Pratt Institute -- in partnership with the NYC Media Lab -- to investigate & understand the various threats to journalism & media, & attempt to address these challenges using design, engineering, & computational methods & techniques. The effort will gather graduate students with backgrounds & expertise in journalism, design, & engineering/technology from these institutions in a special course to kick off in Spring 2018.In addition to the course, a speaker series hosted at news organizations around the city will launch in October around the themes of the partnership, featuring influential figures from media & technology. Inaugural media participants that will host fall programming include The New York Times, CNN, BuzzFeed, Dow Jones & the HuffPost.
Learn more:https://www.techmediademocracy.nyc/
 
 
 
 
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