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What happens after “The Social Dilemma?”

More than something to watch, it has also become something to talk about, which is why this week’s blog post (after the good folks at Netflix politely declined to make Orlowski available for an interview) is on the movie, the attention, the criticism and what it all has to do with Deepnews (a lot!).

“It’s like an information collage:” Orestis Papakyriakopoulos on conspiracy theories and content moderation

Editor’s note: Deepnews.ai is a technology company, though we also like to look at conversations happening around the use of algorithms to highlight information online. This is one of the occasional posts we do speaking to someone with something to say on topics that we find interesting. By Christopher Brennan Conspiracy theories have become an […]

Co-founder Frederic Filloux speaking about Deepnews at Change NOW summit

Hello Deepnews readers, We are happy with the positive response to the Distills so far, and are ready to spread the word even further. Our co-founder, Frederic Filloux, will do just that at the Change NOW summit in Paris this weekend. It’s a gathering meant to look at ways to solve problems, including low-quality news. […]