Computation + Journalism Symposium

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What role does computation have in the practice of journalism today and in the near future? As computer-driven forces like automation and aggregation increasingly alter the role of journalists and journalism in society, how can computation become a force of deliberate, positive social impact in journalism and civic life? Five years after the first Computation and Journalism symposium at Georgia Tech, this event brings together leaders in both journalism and computation to discuss and debate current trends and future opportunities.

Join us for the second Symposium on Computation + Journalism to be held at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta Jan. 31 – Feb. 1, 2012. Visit this site for additional details.


The topics that will likely be covered at this meeting (but are NOT limited to) include:

  • From Computer-Assisted Reporting to Computational Journalism
  • Future of Story-telling
  • Investigative Journalism & Computation
  • Big Data and Journalism
  • Sports Journalism
  • Attribution and Authentication
  • From Aggregation to Sensemaking
  • From Social Computing to Social Journalism
  • Automated Media Synthesis
  • Mobile Computing and Journalism
  • Economic & Financial Models of Computational Journalism
  • Information and Data Visualization
  • Visual Analytics & Sensemaking
  • Image Manipulation & Forensics
  • Video in Journalism
  • Text Analysis for Journalism
  • News Games
  • Information Gathering, Verification, and Factchecking



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  • Created By:Mike Terrazas
  • Created:01/07/2013
  • Modified By:Fletcher Moore
  • Modified:10/07/2016


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