The Future: Establishing grand challenges for journalism and computation
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We are working on identifying a set of “grand challenges” in journalism and computation.
Public affairs reporting can change lives and laws. But the journalism that holds institutions accountable is costly and increasingly difficult to fund. At Stanford, we’re working to define a set of grand challenges in journalism and computation. We hope these questions will generate novel ideals about how data and algorithms can combine to support public affairs reporting.
To get involved, you can:
- Come to Computation + Journalism 2016, a conference on September 30 and October 1 at Stanford.
- Join Hacks/Hackers, a network of journalists (“hacks”) and technologists (“hackers”) who rethink the future of news and information.
- Sign up for events at the Stanford Computational Journalism Lab.
- Follow the Stanford Journalism Program on Twitter.
- Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.