Computation + Journalism 2019 will be held at the University of Miami, FL on Feb 1-2
The Computation+Journalism Symposium is a celebration and synthesis of new ways to find and tell news stories with, by, and about data and algorithms. It is a venue to seed new collaborations between journalists and computer and data scientists: a bazaar for the exchange of ideas between industry/practice and academia/research.
We’re excited to announce our keynote speakers:
- Lisa Gibbs, Associated Press, “The Augmented and Automated Newsroom”
- Brian Hamman, New York Times, “From Designing Boxes to Designing Algorithms: How Programming the News Has Evolved at the New York Times”
- Yphtach Lelkes, University of Pennsylvania, “Projecting Confidence: How the Probabilistic Horse Race Confuses and Demobilizes the Public”
Additional speakers will be announced soon!
Registration is now open! Learn more about attending here.
Thanks to our generous sponsors, who share our enthusiasm and help make this symposium and community thrive. (If you are interested in sponsorship opportunities please get in touch: email@example.com)