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14 July 2022, Open seminar (Online)

Organised by the #WebImmunization project, Dr Jon Roozenbeek from the Cambridge Social Decision-Making Lab, will talk about how to counter misinformation using psychology.

The discussion will be moderated by Prof. Jonas Kunst from the Psychologisk Institut, University of Oslo.

The #WebImmunization project is focused on resilience against online misinformation. Its main goal is to develop tools that can reliably assess the immunity of individual actors and entire networks of online users against misinformation. The project is based at the Jagiellonian University Medical College in Krakow, Poland.

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17 Symposium ALIMS 2022

21-22 October 2022
Belgrade, Serbia
Two of IRIS Academic’s founding partners, Prof Fabiana Zollo (Ca’ Foscari) and Dr Rachael Piltch-Loeb (Harvard), will be giving a lecture about their collaborative work on disinformation in health and vaccination at the 17th Symposium ALIMS 2022, Serbia.

Internet Festival 2022 #IF2022

6-9 October, 2022
Pisa, Italy (in person only)

Prof Walter Quattrociocchi will take part in what promises to be a lively panel discussion “Infodemic – The virus of disinformation” at Italy’s largest annual event dedicated to the exploration of the Internet and digital innovation.

Rumours, myths & misinformation

23 September, 2022
Singapore @ National University of Singapore (recording now available)

Prof Heidi Larson will present as the guest speaker to discuss how misinformation, myths and rumours proliferate and linger within society.