25 April 2024, 15:00-16:00 CEST

In our webinar on 25 April, Craig Silverman, national reporter at ProPublica, will make a presentation based on his recent publication “Key tools and approaches for using AI in OSINT and investigations” (from his blog) where he will delve into available tools based on AI-technologies that can be useful for digital investigations, and explain how researchers can use them with the proper approach and expectations.

Speaker:

Craig Silverman, ProPublica

Craig Silverman is an award-winning journalist and author and one of the world’s leading
experts on online disinformation, fake news, and digital investigations. He’s a national
reporter with ProPublica, where he investigates voting, platforms, disinformation, and online
manipulation. He’s also the editor of the European Journalism Centre’s Verification
Handbook series and writes the Digital Investigations newsletter. Craig previously served as
media editor of BuzzFeed News, where he pioneered coverage of digital disinformation and
media manipulation.

Moderator:

Raquel Miguel Serrano, Senior Researcher, EU DisinfoLab

Raquel Miguel Serrano is a senior researcher at EU DisinfoLab. She has a background in journalism and spent most of her professional career working for the German press agency DPA until 2019, when she shifted her focus to disinformation. Raquel received a Master’s degree in Cyber Intelligence, and began working with the EU DisinfoLab. She is the author of multiple articles, mainly focused on mis- and disinformation circulating in Spain and Germany, but also on more comprehensive topics such as the impact risk of online disinformation or pre-bunking as a tool to counter information disorders. Recently, she has been working in other areas, such as FIMI or the challenges posed by generative IA.

The opinions expressed are those of the speakers/authors and do not necessarily reflect the position of EU DisinfoLab. This webinar does not represent an endorsement by EU DisinfoLab of any organisation.