Trust and Transparency in News

Presented at ONA19
September 11, 2019
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This event is presented by Bing

Leaders from Bing and Microsoft News will discuss trust and transparency in news, featuring insights from Microsoft senior design researcher Katie Elfering. Intimate conversations will follow, focusing on what fellow leaders from national news organizations, chains, specialty sites, educators and others can do to deepen consumer trust in the media and foster greater user engagement with news.


Speakers

Ting Cai
Partner Director, Product and Technology, Bing/Microsoft
Natalie Mao
Director of Product Management, Bing/Microsoft
Katie Elfering
Senior Design Researcher, AI + Research and Search Studio
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