Roman Anin ('19)

Roman Anin

editor of investigations, Novaya Gazeta, Moscow (Lyle and Corrine Nelson International Fellow)
aninr@stanford.edu

Developing a number of tools which would automate some of the basic tasks of investigative reporters.

María Florencia Coelho ('19)

Florencia Coelho

new media research and training manager, La Nación, Buenos Aires, Argentina (Knight Latin American Fellow)
fcoelho@stanford.edu

There is an urgent need to train newsrooms about opportunities and challenges presented by AI to fullfill their watchdog role over governments and corporations.

Peter DiCampo ('19)

Peter DiCampo

photojournalist and co-founder, Everyday Africa, Seattle
dicampo@stanford.edu

Examining how photography and visual journalism may be used to deconstruct and counter media stereotypes.

Laura Hertzfeld ('19)

Laura Hertzfeld

director, Journalism 360, Online News Association, Santa Monica, California
leh4@stanford.edu

Journalism has a design problem. Exploring innovative artistic and technological approaches, including VR/AR, can help investigative journalism have more staying power and increase impact.

Chris Horne ('19)

Chris Horne

founder and publisher, The Devil Strip, Akron, Ohio
cmhorne@stanford.edu

We don't need to save local news. We need journalism that saves the civic life by helping people care about their cities and neighbors.

Mandy Jenkins ('19)

Mandy Jenkins

editor-in-chief, Storyful, New York
mmjenkin@stanford.edu

Newsrooms may only be able to understand how they "lost" their audience to "fake news" by actually talking to those people.

Akilah Johnson ('19)

Akilah Johnson

reporter, The Boston Globe, Boston
akjohn@stanford.edu

How might newsrooms use mobile technology to disseminate information in communities that are underserved by the media?

Joel Konopo ('19)

Joel Konopo

co-founder and managing partner, INK Centre for Investigative Journalism, Gaborone, Botswana
konopo@stanford.edu

In the absence of enabling legislative framework for financial transparency, can African journalists find ways to track political funding and other disclosures?

Geraldine Moriba ('19)

Geraldine Moriba

president and executive producer, Moriba Media, New York
gmoriba@stanford.edu

How can journalists effectively use artificial intelligence to identify patterns of bias, polarization and selective editorial reporting? Can AI de-bias journalism?

Katie Palmer ('19)

Katie Palmer

senior editor, Wired, San Francisco
kmpalmer@stanford.edu

How journalists can use data to power investigative reporting on scientific research.

Benjamin Petit ('19)

Benjamin Petit

photojournalist and co-director, #Dysturb, New York
bpetit@stanford.edu

Exploring innovative forms of news delivery, mostly through immersive installations and performances in the public space.

Cécile Prieur ('19)

Cécile Prieur

deputy editor, Le Monde, Paris
prieur@stanford.edu

How might we combine the rise of paid content business models with the democratic necessity of broad access to media?

Ronny Rojas ('19)

Ronny Rojas

data editor, Univision News, Miami
rrojash@stanford.edu

How might we build collaborative networks of investigative journalists to better tell the stories of people who migrate from Central America to the United States?

Sarah Shourd ('19)

Sarah Shourd

freelance journalist, Oakland, California
sshourd@stanford.edu

Employing the tools of fiction to bring journalistic investigations to life; helping audiences engage with information outside their geographic, social and online bubbles.

Tom Van de Weghe ('19)

Tom Van de Weghe

foreign correspondent and investigative journalist, VRT News, Brussels
tomvdw@stanford.edu

Exploring the use of deep learning (artificial intelligence) and blockchain technology to detect deepfake video and authenticate audiovisual content.

H R Venkatesh ('19)

H R Venkatesh

ICFJ Knight Fellow, New Delhi
hrv@stanford.edu

How might news organizations collaborate on fighting disinformation in communities with multiple languages, low literacy and limited internet access?

Marina Walker Guevara ('19)

Marina Walker Guevara

deputy director, International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, Washington, D.C.
marinawg@stanford.edu

ICIJ reporters and computer scientists at Stanford join forces and use machine learning to uncover unforeseen patterns, connections and stories in terabytes of messy data.