Deakin-UGM Joint Workshop on COVID-19 Fake News Detection and Intervention

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Deakin-UGM Joint Workshop on COVID-19 Fake News Detection and Intervention

For researchers and practitioners to discuss and share the ideas and solutions on the detection and intervetion of COVID-19 fake news

When and where

Date and time

Location

To be announced

About this event

Visit our project website: https://counterinfodemic.org/

Recordings for the 1st Workshop: https://counterinfodemic.org/activities/

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You are cordially invited to attend the “Second Deakin-UGM Joint Research Workshop on COVID-19 Fake News Detection and Intervention” which will be held on 19 October, 2022. During the COVID-19 pandemic, fake news is spreading rapidly on social medias. Fake news on topics such as the origin of the virus, preventive measures or treatments, and the actions of public authorities, have resulted in serious safety threats to communities, misled people into risky behaviours that could harm health, led to mistrust in health authorities, and undermined the public health responses. The aim of this workshop is to provide a forum for researchers and practitioners to discuss and share the ideas and solutions on the detection and intervention of COVID-19 fake news. This workshop is sponsored by the Study Melbourne Research Partnership program which has been made possible by funding from the Victorian Government through Study Melbourne. The project “Multilingual COVID-19 Fake News Detection and Intervention” is led by Deakin University and in partnership with UGM (Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia).

The project team will present an update on the research progress of the project. The workshop is featured with several keynote speeches and a panel. Invited speakers include University leaders, world leading researchers, and government officials.

Venues:

Deakin Downtown: Tower 2, level 12, 727 Collins St, Melbourne VIC 3008

UGM: Ruang Sidang 1, Departemen Teknik Mesin dan Industri, Universitas Gadjah Mada

Zoom webinar link (TBC)

Agenda (TBC)

10:00am to 10:30am: guests arrival

10:30am to 12:30pm: Report for the SMRP Project

12:30pm to 13:30pm: Lunch break

13:30pm to 16:00pm: Keynotes and open discussion

Confirmed Speakers: (More to be added)

Professor Catherine Bennett, Alfred Deakin Professor and Chair in Epidemiology, School of Health and Social Development, Deakin University

Ms. Mutiara Anissa, Science Communicator, Founder of Pandemic Talks

Chaired by: A/Prof. Xiao Liu and A/Prof. Jianxin Li, Deakin University; Dr. Hilya Arini, UGM

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