Combating Disinformation One Month from the Election: What State and Local Policy Makers Can Do
Carnegie Mellon University is pleased to present an Artificial Intelligence (AI) roundtable in partnership with the Block Center for Technology and Society and the Center for Informed Democracy and Social cyber-Security (IDeaS).
With the 2020 presidential election approaching, disinformation campaigns aimed at creating confusion, spreading falsehoods and increasing hostility among voters threaten U.S. democracy. Yet, there is a worrying trend of disinformation groups beginning to go beyond the presidential election and target state and local governments, which often are ill prepared to identify and respond.
DATE: October 6, 2020
TIME: 12:00 - 1:30 PM ET
This roundtable will be moderated by Scott Andes, Executive Director, Block Center for Technology and Society
Yonatan Bisk, Assistant Professor, School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University
Kathleen Carley, Professor, School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University
Daniel Castro, Vice President, Information Technology and Innovation Foundation, and Director, Center for Data Innovation
Svitlana Volkova, Senior Research Scientist, Data Sciences and Analytics