AI and misinformation

Cashing in on women’s health

Women’s health has been sidelined for centuries. But now that women are finally being heard, some unscrupulous companies are cashing in on the movement.

Local governments represent an untapped resource in the fight against disinformation about migrants, especially in the cities where the effects are felt.

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Liars and fake news merchants are profiting from misinformation in Indonesia — can it be fixed?

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Traditional methods of myth busting remain important for slowing misinformation, but to properly stop it democracies will have to do much more.

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Gendered disinformation weaponises fake news and manipulated photos against the vulnerable. What can be done to stop it?

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Trying to shut down conspiracy theories with laws and regulation isn’t working. It may be time to try something different.

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Misinformation is nothing new, but AI, social media and eroding trust in institutions are making the threat stronger than ever.

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After legislative stumbles on fake news, the Malaysian government needs to take on an even more complex challenge.

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