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You’ll be introduced to content moderation tools like Perspective, along with emerging intervention strategies to help people navigate misinformation and other harmful content online. You’ll learn to consider the ethical issues and practical challenges of building and deploying these tools, as well as to identify the various legal issues involved and adopt best-practice risk management strategies
This short course has been designed to give participants:
Full price: $1,100 (GST-free)*
Special price: $990 (GST-free)* This early bird price is available until 17 July 2022.
*Price subject to change. Please check price at time of purchase.
Discounts are available for this course. For further details and to verify if you qualify, please check the Discounts section under Additional course information.
This course consists of three 75-minute webinars over consecutive days led by our expert facilitators.
Topics covered include:
Session 1: Introduction and problem definition (75 mins)
Session 2: Content moderation technology (75 mins)
Session 3: State of the research: intervention learnings, inoculation, information literacy and reporting tools (75 mins)
This short course will equip participants with an awareness of:
This course will be facilitated online using Zoom video conferencing with course materials provided via the UTS Canvas Learning Management System. You will need:
Discounts are available for this course as follows:
Discounts cannot be combined and only one discount can be applied per person per course session. Discounts can only be applied to the full price. Discounts cannot be applied to any offered special price.
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This course has been designed for anyone who oversees, advises on, produces and/or publishes online content, including:
Francesco Bailo joined UTS in 2019 and is an expert on the use of digital and social media technologies in politics. He obtained his PhD at the University of Sydney in 2017 with a research on online political participation using computational methods for text and network analysis. Before academia, he worked in development assistance for the Australian government, non-governmental organisations and the UN. He has lived in Afghanistan, Guatemala, Mauritius and Ecuador.
Cass Matthews leads the legal team at Jigsaw, based in New York, and is currently Google’s public policy lead for countering violent extremist content. She has been advising on emerging technology and future-defining research at Google since 2012. Cass also has a long history advising leading Australian media and technology companies.
Early bird price is scheduled to end on 1 August 2022, at 12.00am (AEDT).
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