The Knight Commission on Trust, Media and Democracy held its second regular meeting at the Stanford Alumni Center on Tuesday, January 16, 2018.
How are data science, computer algorithms and artificial intelligence changing the newsroom?
At the Mind to Mind Symposium, held at Stanford University Oct. 2017. Journalists talk about collaborating with professors and students at universities to access and produce data at an unprecedented level of depth.
New database allows Stanford researchers to find disparities in officers’ treatment of minority motorists
We obtained data on millions of state patrol stops and found evidence that minorities are held to a double standard. The data are being shared with researchers, journalists and the public via the new Stanford Open Policing Project.
Stanford faculty discussed press freedom, the emergence of fake news, journalism ethics, media economics and the overall challenges of reporting on the new administration.
"Democracy's Detectives" explores the economics of investigative reporting and the potential of computational journalism.
The 2016 Computation + Journalism Symposium took place at Stanford on Sept. 30 and Oct. 1, 2016.
Geri Migielicz and Janine Zacharia write best practices and ideal scenarios for using VR/360-degree technology in storytelling that emerged from our inaugural immersive journalism class at Stanford.
Now offered for the eleventh year in Winter 2017, lecturer Gary Pomerantz’s specialized writing and reporting course on sports will continue to prepare students with valuable communication skills.
Stanford journalism students are using cutting-edge, 360-degree video cameras and production software to tell stories in an immersive story form.