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Geraldine Moriba

Geraldine Moriba ('19)

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?

Geraldine Moriba is a journalist, filmmaker, content creator, multiplatform program developer and the founder of Moriba Media. She is the executive producer of two major PBS multiplatform initiatives: “Chasing the Dream” and “Peril and Promise.” Prior to launching her own media business, she held a blended role as an executive producer with CNN’s original program development team and as vice president of inclusion. Under her watch, CNN attained its highest diverse audience levels ever and ranked No. 1 across cable news with black, Hispanic and Asian viewers. She is the director and writer of “Until 20,” an independent documentary about James Ragan, a young athlete diagnosed with a rare cancer. She has received Emmy Awards, an Alfred I. DuPont Award, Peabody Awards, RTNDA-Unity Awards and New York Film Festival awards. She was awarded a Visiting Ferris Professorship of Journalism at Princeton University and is the second recipient of the Anita Hill Gender Justice Award.

Posts by Geraldine

What can blockchain do for investigative journalism?

Its potential uses raise even more questions, such as who guards the guardians? (6 minute read)

Identifying bias in cable news

The artificial intelligence solution (11 minute read)

If artificial intelligence is a solution for journalism, bias is its Achilles Heel

Can artificial intelligence-assisted programs spot the bias in reporting and flag it before it is published? That’s what I want to find… (3 minute read)

Read @geraldine_18475 on Medium.