Preparing for the Future of Deepfakes

Presented at ONA19
September 11, 2019
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Cheap, high-fidelity video and audio hoaxes are coming soon to political arena, and journalists on the front lines of misinformation need new tools to prevent abuses by powerful state and non-state actors. Join this session for best practices and frameworks to mitigate manipulation and push back against propaganda.

This session is designed for:

  • Anyone concerned with the emergence of deepfake video and audio
  • Journalists covering misinformation, propaganda, bots and digital manipulation
  • Newsrooms interested in building protocols for confronting deepfakes

Featuring

Matthew Wright
Professor, Rochester Institute of Technology
Jeremy Gilbert
Director of Strategic Initiatives, The Washington Post
Joan Donovan
Director of the Technology and Social Change Project, Shorenstein Center at Harvard Kennedy School
Claire Wardle
Director, First Draft

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