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Internet Festival 2022 #IF2022


6 – 9 October, Pisa, Italy (In person only)

For over 10 years, this event – the largest in Italy dedicated to the exploration of the Internet and digital innovation – has been investigating the forms of the future, through the eyes of technology and network experts, sociologists, philosophers, artists, teachers and administrators (la Repubblica).

8th October @10:00 – 11:00amProf Walter Quattrociocchi, one of IRIS Academic’s founding researchers, will be part of a panel discussion “Infodemic – The virus of disinformation”. The panel aims to conduct a reasoned analysis on the rampant phenomenon of #fakenews on the subject of #COVID that populate the network and social networks.

This year’s theme is #imperfection and will centre on less idealised, more imperfect forms of digital innovation. The idea is to encourage innovation to combine human and artificial intelligence (#AI) in a way that is inspired by principles of #ethics and solidarity to reach a greater collective knowledge.

#imperfection #imperfezione #IF2022 #cittadinanzadigitale #DigitalCitizenship #comunicazione #Communication #fakenews #informazione #Information



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.