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Forget deepfakes Misinformation is showing up in our most personal

Forget deepfakes Misinformation is showing up in our most personal

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This type of content took advantage of deep partisan divisions and was designed to reinforce positions and denigrate the other side.

Avery Holton

The remark drew countless comparisons on Twitter to this line from George Orwell's 1984: “The party told you to reject the evidence of your eyes and ears.

Hitching one's proverbial wagon to social and technology platforms won't ever make up for not having a viable business model.

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Later, after I left law for journalism, I learned that journalists do, in fact, call the people in their stories “characters.” I remember how astonished I ...

But the list of things we can't do — but still have to — is growing longer.

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Journalists like Ezra Klein, Bill Simmons, and Nate Silver all leveraged their personal audiences and large ...

The tone of the journalistic coverage of Silicon Valley changed dramatically as well. Previous years' breathless enthusiasm and optimistic accounts of ...

The publishers' CMS wars will begin. Every publisher that hasn't built its own custom CMS — and even some that have — will get on-board with offerings from ...

Journalists' and the public's naiveté about online information warfare has to end. News literacy in the digital age requires an understanding of how ...

First is that misinformation's main effects are felt in western democracies, or at its most global level, as a continuation of east-west battles.

Core work is everything that goes into the central product of a newsroom. For most online and print organizations, that's people-reporting distilled into ...

The movement toward more community engagement in journalism has continued to pick up steam over the last several years, and it seems inevitable that this ...

Facebook traffic has plummeted and publishers are focused on diversifying their growth strategies. Audiences are exhausted, the news cycle is more intense ...

Digital manipulation may be good for Hollywood but new "deepfake" techniques could create a new kind of misinformation, according to researchers

Experts say an important way to deal with deepfakes is to increase public awareness, making people more skeptical of what used to be considered ...

And research has long shown that this type of coverage only propagates further cynicism directed at the media.

Over the past year, technologists have witnessed entirely unprecedented advances in the field of AI-enabled forgeries and manipulations: from developments ...

In 2019, we need to double down in the quality of our journalism, regardless of the medium or platform in which we execute it. As it turns out, ...

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Still, it's easy, especially early on, to focus on the upside of new media business innovations rather than their potential downsides.

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The producers of "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story," digitally recreated actors Peter Cushing and Carrie Fisher after their deaths using techniques similar to ...

2019: A year when fake news gets intimate and everyone disagrees on everything » Nieman Journalism Lab

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AI Can Have A Dark Side Too: Heard Of Deepfake Videos?

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US lawmakers say AI deepfakes 'have the potential to disrupt every facet of our society'

... and Asa Akira talk about representation, the marketing of white women vs. women of color in adult movies, and how porn is still a very white industry.

New Tumblr guidelines crack down on hate speech, sexual images and deepfakes

There's a reckoning coming over fakeness online

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Browser plug-ins that spot fake news show the difficulty of tackling the 'information apocalypse'

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Experts warn DeepFakes could influence 2020 US election

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DARPA Spent $68 Million on Technology to Spot Deepfakes

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Researchers developed an AI to detect DeepFakes

The site's choice of 'misinformation' over 'disinformation' was deliberate, intended to

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Newsonomics: Tribune's Thursday night surprise rescrambles the consolidation puzzle

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Misinformation was chosen on Monday as Dictionary.com's word of the year for 2018

... but high up there is that it's really my one chance a year to put on my old webmonkey hat and actually write some code and think about ...

New report sets guidelines for EU effort to tackle disinformation

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