Join us for this special panel which will focus on global reporting on human rights, as defined by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, within the evolving landscape of AI and the challenges and opportunities it presents.
Delving into the influence of AI in international media and how the technology can be leveraged for human rights reporting, the panel will address the technology's computational capacities, analytic capabilities, map making, and case making for reports of human rights abuse and documentation. The event aims to bring together leading experts, scholars, practitioners, and students across the disciplines of journalism, AI, and human rights.
Please join us for this timely exchange, a joint presentation of the David and Helen Gurley Brown Institute for Media Innovation at the Columbia Journalism School and the United Nations Association of New York, when our special guests will include: Lena Arkawi, CEO and Founder of Sourceable, an online platform and mobile application empowering citizen journalists; Sam Gregory, Executive Director of the global human rights organization WITNESS; and Mounir Ibrahim, EVP of Public Affairs and Impact for Truepic, an award winning technology company specializing in image provenance and authenticity. The panel will be moderated by Anya Schiffrin, director of Technology, Media, and Communications at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs.