LAWRENCE — Rider University is hosting an event and speech Tuesday that will focus on fake news, fractured audiences and artificial intelligence.
“Fake News & Fractured Audiences: Media in the Age of Artificial Intelligence,” will feature Kevin Maney as a guest speaker, the university announced.
A best-selling author and strategic advisor, Maney currently writes about technology at Newsweek.
The university says he’ll discuss the deconstruction of mass media into micro-targeting practices in the age of data collecting and artificial intelligence.
“Today, companies can target information based on our personal preferences, which are primarily observed through our online behaviors,” Dr. Allison Weidhaas, …read more
Source: NJ.com Mercer