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Social Media and the Post-COVID-19 Landscape
As the pandemic has unfolded, social media has once again demonstrated how it can inform, or mislead, by encouraging the spread of literally deadly information. The debate about online misinformation has even gone so far as the presidency, with President Trump targeting Twitter with an executive order due to his concern over liberal bias on social media sites, and Twitter adding a fact-checking label to the president’s tweets.

Join us for a Dornsife Dialogue to discuss the implications of misinformation from political, social and engineering perspectives — and how it could alter the course of social media.

USC Center for the Political Future Director Robert Shrum and Co-director Michael Murphy moderate the discussion, which features Kristina Lerman, research associate professor of computer science and principal scientist at the USC Viterbi School of Engineering’s Information Sciences Institute, and Jon-Patrick Allen, assistant professor of research preventive medicine and director of the Social Media Analytics Lab at Keck School of Medicine of USC.

Jun 4, 2020 12:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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