HYBRIDS News and Media Coverage: Advancing the Fight against Disinformation and Abusive Language
In this dedicated section, we provide you with the latest news, updates, and developments related to our groundbreaking work in combating disinformation and abusive language using human and artificial intelligence. Stay up-to-date with the progress of our research, the development of new hybrid intelligence systems, and the innovative approaches we are employing to address these critical challenges. Discover how we are pushing the boundaries of technology and leveraging the power of human-AI collaboration to tackle disinformation and abusive language effectively. Stay connected with the HYBRIDS Initiative’s news and be part of the transformative journey in creating a safer and more informed digital environment.
Improving the detection and analysis of disinformation to alleviate threats to democracy: interview with Patricia Martín-Rodilla
Renata Vieira: “By understanding the mechanisms of toxic campaigns we will know better how to use language technologies to prevent them”
The challenge of developing a system to detect hyperpartisan political news: interview with Pablo Gamallo
Sara Tonelli: “Disinformation can grow thanks to technology, but it is also through technology and hybrid intelligence that it can be fought”
In this section, we bring you an array of media coverage that highlights the HYBRIDS Initiative’s work and impact in combatting disinformation and abusive language. Explore a curated collection of articles, interviews, reports, and features from various media outlets, shedding light on our pioneering approach and the development of new hybrid intelligence systems. Discover how our collaborative efforts are shaping the narrative around disinformation and abusive language, and how we are making strides in safeguarding online spaces. Delve into the discussions, analyses, and insights from experts and thought leaders as we work together to create a healthier, more trustworthy digital ecosystem.
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