Two journalists will use their involvement in a multidisciplinary community to explore ways to responsibly use AI to support journalism.
Anuradha Bhasin, executive editor of the Kashmir Times, is pursuing ways to continue the newspaper’s independent reporting in the face of intimidation.
The U.S. fellows are veteran and emerging journalism leaders from big and small newsrooms; they are entrepreneurs and investigative data journalists, documentarians, nonprofit innovators and public media journalists. They will come to Stanford University for 10 months to explore and test practical solutions to urgent and systemic problems facing journalism.
This is the second year that JSK will focus its international fellowships on supporting journalists who want to work on ideas that respond to threats to independent reporting, some from countries where it is dangerous to be a journalist.
Badanin, the founder and editor-in-chief of Proekt and Agentstvo — media organizations that have been targeted by the Russian government for their investigative reporting into the most powerful forces in their country — will focus his research on Russian media and propaganda.
She will use Stanford resources to expand on her work to support small news organizations serving communities of color with training in data reporting.