On February 9, Alicia Wanless, Director of the Partnership for Countering Influence Operations at Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, shared her & Jacob N. Shapiro’s, professor at Princeton University, analysis about how they’d want to create the equivalent of CERN for tracking what happens in our information environment, and how to protect it.

“For nearly seventy years, CERN has been a centre of gravity for physics and a model for how to support large-scale research collaboration across numerous different countries. Given the challenges facing democracy today related to the information environment, a similar level of effort is required for research on the information environment.”

The replay of the webinar is available on our YouTube channel: