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Hvordan opleves forventninger til konstant digital tilstedeværelse, når det man mest har brug for er fred og ro? Hvordan navigerer man i konstante informationsbombardementer fra sociale medier, når man har svært ved at filtrere indtryk? Og hvordan kan man håndtere disse udfordringer uden at blevet ekskluderet fra digitaliserede fællesskaber?

Torsdag d. 6. april inviterer IT-Universitetet til konference om digital social inklusion.

Oplæg ved:
Morten Hjelholt – Lektor på IT-Universitetet
Mette Grønbæk Rasmussen – Videnskabelig assistent på IT-Universitetet
Anette Laigaard – Formand for Det Centrale Handicapråd
Mikkel Holmbäck – Direktør i Glad Fonden

Praktisk info:
Det er gratis at deltage i konferencen og kræver ingen tilmelding.
Konferencen finder sted d. 6. april kl. 13-15 i auditorium 2.

Kan teknologien redde os fra falske nyheder?


I anledning af Forskningens Døgn inviterer IT-Universitetet til debat om teknologiens rolle i kampen mod falske nyheder tirsdag den 25. april kl. 17-19.

’Fake news’ er tidens store diskussionsemne. Debatten fokuserer ofte på, hvad medier, journalister og medieforbrugere kan gøre for at dæmme op for spredningen af falske nyheder. Men måske skal løsningen på problemet faktisk findes i teknologiens verden, hvor fremskridt inden for blandt andet kunstig intelligens kan give nye muligheder for at faktatjekke nyhedshistorierne.

Tirsdag den 25. april inviterer IT-Universitetet i anledningen af Forskningens Døgn til oplæg og debat med fokus på, hvordan teknologien kan hjælpe os i kampen mod de falske nyheder.

Arrangementet er gratis, men kræver forhåndstilmelding via Eventbrite.

Latest DECIDIS research


Market Structure and Innovation Policies in Denmark (Aske Kammer, IT University of Copenhagen)
The Danish media system is a hybrid one where strong public service broadcasters and private print and broadcast media co-exist. This chapter, first, analyzes the market structure, measuring the degree of market concentration in newspapers, television, and radio and mapping state intervention. The analysis shows that all these media markets are highly concentrated: the four dominant television and radio broadcasters account for 80–90 % of total viewing/listening, the four dominant newspaper publishers for around 75 % of total circulation. The extent of state intervention also is high in Denmark, where the state owns the dominant television and radio actors and subsidizes the newspapers directly as well as indirectly. Second, the chapter outlines the policies in place for supporting innovation in the news media industry, focusing in particular on Act no. 1604 of 2013, which introduced subsidies for digital publishers and an earmarked pool to stimulate media innovation. However, the fact that not the entire innovation pool has actually been allotted to media innovation questions how appropriate the criteria for eligibility are. Third, the chapter makes recommendations for future revision of the media subsidy and innovation policy framework. (article).

User Experiences with Editorial Control in Online Newspaper Comment Fields (Anders Sundes Løvlie, IT University of Copenhagen together with DECIDIS reseracher Anders Oluf Larrson, Westerdals Oslo School of Arts & Karoline Andrea Ihle, University of Oslo)
This article investigates user experiences with editorial control in online newspaper comment fields following the public backlash against online comments after the 2011 terror attacks in Norway. We analyze data from a survey of online news consumers focusing on experiences and attitudes towards editorial control set against a spectrum between “interventionist” and “noninterventionist” positions. Results indicate that interventionist respondents rate the quality of online comments as poor, whereas noninterventionist respondents have most often experienced being the target of editorial control measures and feel that editorial control has intensified after the terror attacks. We conclude that newspapers should pay attention to the different needs of participants when devising strategies for editorial control. Media professionals should also consider changes to increase the transparency of moderation practices. (article).
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