We’re always adding new and existing civic tech projects to the global collection. Below are the 50 most recently added entries to the Civic Tech Field Guide.
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The Reporters’ Lab is a center for journalism research in the Sanford School of Public Policy at Duke University. Our core projects focus on fact-checking, but we also do occasional research about trust in the news media and other topics.
- Conferences, Emerging Tech Conferences, Emtech, Factchecking, Fight disinformation, Media
As part of its Tech & Check Cooperative, the Reporters’ Lab is serving as a hub for automated fact-checking to connect journalists and technologists around the world. The conference gave them an opportunity to demonstrate current projects and discuss the big challenges of automation.
- Algorithmic transparency, Artificial intelligence, Evaluate impact, Externalities of tech, High-tech civic tech, Responsible tech, The Tech
A framework to assess automated decision systems and to ensure public accountability
- Artificial intelligence, High-tech civic tech, Meet the others, Peer networks, Socialize online, The People, The Tech
A Feminist AI Research network that gathers a cohort of social scientists, economists, and activists, side by side with data, machine learning and computer scientists to discuss how to fix the system and leverage AI for women’s rights.
- Civic data, Civic maps, Data visualization, Engagement tech, Mapping, Media, Media and social media analysis, The Tech, Voting and elections
Our goal is to provide multiple independent data sources allowing everyone to reach their own conclusions on what will happen in the 2020 elections.
- Adjacent Fields, Artificial intelligence, Digital literacy, High-tech civic tech, The Tech
With every genuine advance in the field of ‘artificial intelligence,’ we see a parallel increase in hype, myths, misconceptions and inaccuracies. These misunderstandings contribute to the opacity of AI systems, rendering them magical, inscrutable and inaccessible in the eyes of the public.
- Coronavirus, Coronavirus Engagement Projects, Fight disinformation, Media, The Tech
At Meedan’s Digital Health Lab we are researching, designing and testing a digital response framework for addressing health misinformation online, centered around accessibility and equity.
- Civic data, Coronavirus, Coronavirus Data Projects, Crowdsourced data collection, Mapping tools, The Tech
As a healthcare provider, lab, or other business, follow these steps to submit information on COVID-19 testing locations that Apple may display to its users.
- Artificial intelligence, Bots, Coronavirus, Coronavirus Engagement Projects, High-tech civic tech, The Tech
Nameesa, which is an AI powered conversational and personal engagement platform that automatically responds to people inquiries about Coronavirus (COVID-19) with information from credible sources such as WHO and Ministry of Health.