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Event – ChatGPT in Context

January 30, 2023

Friday, February 3 at 3:00 pm   University Room, Hyde Hall  What is ChatGPT? Where did it come from? What does it mean for science, scholarship, and public life? Join our interdisciplinary panel for a discussion of this new technology … Continued

Event – Digital Governance in the Global South

January 26, 2023

Friday, February 10, 11am ET Virtual The Global South or the Majority World remains underrepresented and absent in discussions around Artificial Intelligence and data governance that are largely focused in high-income countries in North America and Europe. Yet the impact … Continued

What Comes After Disinformation Studies?

January 23, 2023

On May 25th 2022, media and communication scholars met at Sciences Po in Paris for a pre-conference before the annual conference of the International Communication Association (ICA) to discuss the question, “What comes after disinformation studies?” Today, CITAP is proud … Continued

Announcing the Bulletin of Technology & Public Life

May 10, 2022

Today, we’re excited to launch the Bulletin of Technology and Public Life! Built on PubPub’s open-source platform, the Bulletin is an online library of research on mis- and disinformation, platforms, networks, infrastructure, and political processes. We hope that the Bulletin … Continued

Francesca Tripodi on anti-immigration YouTube networks

May 4, 2022

Define American recently released a new report, “’Immigration Will Destroy Us’ and Other Talking Points.” It describes how popular anti-immigration YouTube videos frame the issue and their influence on offline conversations and perceptions. One section, co-authored by Francesca Tripodi, Shauna … Continued

Join CITAP: Call for 2022-23 affiliate community!

May 2, 2022

The Center for Information, Technology, & Public Life (CITAP) is accepting applications for research affiliates for the 2022-2023 academic year. The affiliate program allows CITAP to support and promote excellent research that’s aligned with our own research topics and values, … Continued

Event – Catherine Knight Steele

April 22, 2022

Catherine Knight Steele Thursday, May 5 at 3:30pm Freedom Forum Conference Center, Carroll Hall Catherine Knight Steele is an Assistant Professor of Communication at the University of Maryland – College Park and the author of Digital Black Feminism. Dr. Steele … Continued

Event – André Brock On Race and Technoculture

March 25, 2022

André Brock Thursday, April 7 at 3:30pm Freedom Forum Conference Center, Carroll Hall André Brock (@docdre) is an Associate Professor in the School of Literature, Media & Communication at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Dr. Brock is one of the … Continued

How mis- and disinformation spread in Asian diasporas

March 25, 2022

The bulk of research on mis- and disinformation studies English-language cases and communities—but we know that identity plays an important role in how we consume, interpret, and share information. In a piece for the HKS Misinformation Review, Sarah Nguyen, Rachel … Continued