Life of a Fellow
Dispatches from current fellows about their Stanford experience.
How might we improve access and credibility in historically-underserved communities: Diversity, audience engagement, and impact?
How AI can serve as the subject of an investigation or as a reporting tool for journalism.
How the careful use of creative tools can strengthen storytelling.
How we can make cities better by making local news better.
Technology can help illuminate dark corners of political funding in Africa.
Media experts Nic Newman, Rodney Benson, and Heather Bryant discuss how we can improve a media landscape which tends to reserve quality journalism for people who pay for it.
A new partnership between journalists and Stanford machine learning scientists aims to enhance the investigative reporting process. Here’s what we learned so far.
Promoting interactions and viral distribution via immersive, physical experience, collaboration, and social media.
Think of it as Universal Declaration of Human Rights…for information.
By taking cues from the social sciences, journalists can tell more inclusive stories and earn the trust of the audience.
What’s holding us back as journalists from sparking the kind of experimentation we see in the arts?
Joining the Stanford Graphic Novel Project taught me important lessons on collective creativity.
How I felt stupid and made wise decisions
I decided to try programming again because I knew I needed to have some minimum technical proficiency to understand what’s doable. And in the process of realizing what is not possible, I’ve learned so much more that will support my journalism.
First steps in creating an AI roadmap for news organizations.
Together we could increase the impact of our work and the understanding of a human drama.
How are biases in cable news programs contributing to the rise in polarization in the U.S.? Can artificial intelligence be used to monitor and analyze bias?
How can we create experiences that have a lasting effect, that involve all the senses, and that are accessible beyond exclusive spaces?
Can artificial intelligence-assisted programs spot the bias in reporting and flag it before it is published?
A meditation in five spurts.
Being at Stanford these past few months has been humbling in so many ways — being surrounded by young geniuses will do that — but nothing has hit me harder than realizing I didn’t know myself.