The Tech > Media - (544)

Journalism, storytelling, and other forms of interactive media are critical to civic engagement in democracies. Here we track those media and journalism tech projects that directly relate to citizens working to shift power in society.

Showing 544 Results

The Social Media Listening Center at Clemson University

Opening in early 2012, The Social Media Listening Center at Clemson University is an interdisciplinary, cutting-edge laboratory that seeks to monitor, measure, and engage in social media conversations from across the web.

Iffy Index of Unreliable Sources

An index of news sites rated by their Misinfo.me credibility scores

Grist Cities + Solutions

Chronicles surprising and inspiring climate initiatives in communities across the U.S. through stories of cities leading the way

Veri.FYI

Prototype - Enter a URL to detect fake news websites at scale.

Let's Talk Vaccines

A free course to help journalists translate the language of vaccine science and the promise of vaccine access into compelling human stories.

Trusted Voices

Trusted Voices is a platform focused on increasing transparency in news media. Using blockchain technology, Trusted Voices tracks source material to create a chain of custody from the device used to capture content to its usage on various media platforms.

The Starling Lab Journalism Fellowship

The Starling Lab, a research center anchored at Stanford University’s School of Engineering and the University of Southern California’s Shoah Foundation, has developed a ground-breaking framework to combat mis/disinformation by tracking the provenance of digital content through the use of open-source tools, best practices and case studies designed to help reduce information uncertainty.

Citibeats

Our artificial intelligence platform covers many of today's most relevant topics: from sustainable cities to citizen security, from migration to climate change & biodiversity, and more.

Back to Top