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Registration opens for the Second Joint Research Seminar of the HYBRIDS Project

By Irene Larraz, Newtral Scheduled from April 8th to 11th, this event will delve into the methods, techniques, and research approaches related to Hybrid Intelligence Foundations, including presenting the doctoral consortium’s preliminary deliverables and thesis proposals. The HYBRIDS Project opens the registration for the Second Joint Research Seminar (JRS II). This event aims to provide […]

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First Meeting with Doctoral Candidates of the HYBRIDS Project

By Irene Larraz, Newtral The University of Santiago de Compostela will be the venue for the initial gatherings between supervisors and doctoral candidates who will conduct research in the field of hybrid artificial intelligence The HYBRIDS project, which aims to equip researchers with the knowledge and tools necessary to tackle the challenges of hybrid artificial

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Semi-automated detection and verification of disinformation narratives: interview with Rubén Míguez

By Maria Campins, Newtral Rubén Míguez is the Chief Technology Officer at Newtral Media Audiovisual (Spain) and member of HYBRIDS. He has been working at Newtral since 2018, and he is the leader of a team that has developed solutions based on artificial intelligence for the automation of fact-checking and fighting disinformation. Within this field,

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How hybrid intelligence can be the answer to the threat of disinformation: interview with Carmen Cotelo

By Maria Campins, Newtral Carmen Cotelo is the Deputy Director of Innovation and EU Programmes at Fundación Empresa Universidad Gallega (FEUGA) in Spain. She has a degree in Physics and a Ph.D. in Computer Science and is also a member of the HYBRIDS project, an acronym for Hybrid Intelligence to monitor, promote and analyse transformations

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Martin Pereira: “The whole project has a clear social goal of making society a better place for everyone to live in”

By Maria Campins, Newtral Martin Pereira Fariña is a Lecturer at the Department of Philosophy and Anthropology of the University of Santiago de Compostela (Spain), and member of the HYBRIDS project, the acronym of Hybrid Intelligence to monitor, promote and analyse transformations in good democracy practices. This initiative is working to provide researchers with the

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Hybrid intelligence can soften polarisation: interview with Cézar González

By Maria Campins, Newtral Artificial Intelligence and human knowledge seal a strategic alliance against disinformation along the research project HYBRIDS, the acronym of Hybrid Intelligence to monitor, promote and analyse transformations in good democracy practices. César González is the representative of one of the 14 partner organizations that will collaborate in the following years to

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Arkaitz Zubiaga: “We will be exploring how to join forces between automated tools and humans to push the boundaries of online harm”

By Maria Campins, Newtral The spread of fake news and hate speech online have become one of the main threats to modern democracies. Arkaitz Zubiaga is engaged in research aimed  to tackle disinformation, and is contributing to the HYBRIDS project with the same objective. Throughout the HYBRIDS initiative, the acronym of Hybrid Intelligence to monitor,

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The challenge of detecting partisanship in the news: interview with José Ramón Pichel

By Maria Campins, Newtral José Ramón Pichel is the Research and Development Director at Imaxin Software (Spain) and a member of the HYBRIDS project. Throughout this initiative, the acronym of Hybrid Intelligence to monitor, promote and analyse transformations in good democracy practices, top 14 institutions will collaborate in the following years to promote different approaches

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Improving the detection and analysis of disinformation to alleviate threats to democracy: interview with Patricia Martín-Rodilla

By Maria Campins, Newtral Fighting disinformation and harassment online is a challenging task. Patricia Martín-Rodilla is engaged in research aimed to achieve this goal and is contributing to the HYBRIDS project with the same objective. Throughout the HYBRIDS initiative, the acronym of Hybrid Intelligence to monitor, promote and analyse transformations in good democracy practices, 14

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