How Algorithms Create and Prevent Fake News Talk
From searching on Google to scrolling through social media to chatting with ChatGPT, we all frequently turn to the internet to find information about the world. This information is shaped by hidden algorithms controlled by tech companies. This talk pulls back the curtain on the secretive algorithms impacting our information ecosystem, showing how they work and shape what we see.
Lecture delivered by Professor Noah Giansiracusa: author, professor, and expert in mathematics and data science at Bentley University. Prof. Giansiracusa has been cited multiple times by Forbes as an expert in artificial intelligence. His book titled “How Algorithms Create and Prevent Fake News” is aimed at a general audience or leaders who may not necessarily have a technical background in data and computer science but wish to learn how algorithms and artificial intelligence impact society.
Time: 6:00-8:00 pm EDT