[EVENT] The Future of Trust, April 14 from 2–3pm ET

[EVENT] The Future of Trust, April 14 from 2–3pm ET Explore the future of trust in tech & media View this email in your browser

APRIL 14: The Future of Trust

As tech creates an ever-growing avalanche of information, news consumers become news creators — and at scale. But where does that leave the concept of trust? Who do we believe? What sources are trustworthy? What’s the difference between news and information, and can the growing impact of AI create a new, more trustworthy environment to re-establish trust?

On April 14th from 2–3pm ET, NYC Media Lab will bring together some of the world’s leading experts to virtually explore “The Future of Trust”:

  • Vasant Dhar, Professor at NYU Stern & Center for Data Science
  • Amy Mitchell, Director of Journalism Research at Pew Research Center
  • Richard Edelman, President & CEO of Edelman
  • Janet Coats, Managing Director of the Consortium on Trust in Media & Technology at University of Florida College of Journalism & Communications

Register for free We’ll provide a live stream link as we approach the April 14th event.

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