In annual Compton Lecture, celebrated journalist Martin Baron outlines how a growing disregard for facts undermines civil society in the U.S.
Polish journalist Ada Petriczko, an Elizabeth Neuffer Fellow at MIT, discusses ethical and cross-border journalism, freedom of speech, and the rise of autocracy.
Overseeing business and research units across MIT Open Learning, Breazeal will focus on the future of digital technologies and their applications in education.
A new exhibition explores the possibilities of virtual storytelling.
The lab’s artists and technology scholars are exploring representation and reality — and shaping the future of storytelling.
Built at MIT Lincoln Laboratory, the RIO program automatically detects and analyzes social media accounts that spread disinformation across a network.
A week of workshops, lab visits, and pairings matched Indigenous delegates with relevant labs and researchers across MIT.
Podcast from MIT OpenCourseWare showcasing the Institute’s inspiring instructors and their courses enters second season.
Graduate student Manon Revel uses quantitative methodologies to investigate how advertising in online publications affects trust in journalism.
Series paints a holistic picture of summer youth employment programs and how research helps strengthen them.