Fake news allegedly plagued the U.S. Presidential election. Most of them were shared on Facebook, that decided to take action against them.
How good the media are to deal with the impact of incentives on the crafting of news? What happens in some war zones tells a lot.
Donald Trump isn’t a regular politician, but his manners are effective. He proved this by winning the Presidential Election. How should the press adapt to this fact? And adapting for what?
Compared to the four previous Presidents, Donald Trump enjoys historically low President elect approval ratings. Things might worsen while in office.
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After the last U.S. Presidential Election, the fake news problem arose as a central piece of “post truth” democracy. But that’s not the only issue with fake news.
How can the 165 years old New York Times adapt to the Internet era? Maybe by thinking like a tech startup. It’s easier to say than to do.
Humans aren’t very good at understanding probabilities, including election forecasts. Is there a way to improve that?
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