It’s more than just a debate about smoking. It’s about empowering people to take a stand to actualise the changes they want to see, writes Camaren Peter Read full article
Social media has made it easier for us to keep in touch with our loved ones and also gave us an easier way to gather information. But with this easy access to news and information, also comes the issue of fake news. These are facts that haven’t been checked and just shared as true. With...
Kieno speaks to Dr Camaren Peter Assoc Prof @ Allan Grey Centre for Values Based Leadership @ UCT GSB.
Stuart Jones is Project Director at the Centre for Analytics and Behavioural Change, William Bird – Director of Media Monitoring Africa, Ferial Hafajee – Associate Editor at Daily Maverick and Cayla Clifford – Researcher for Africa Check discuss the effects of misinformation in South Africa.
The Centre for Analytics and Behavioural Change (CABC) has expressed concern over narrative manipulation in private social media platforms such as WhatsApp. The Centre has been analysing all public domain social media activity in South Africa, with a focus on conversations related to the Covid-19 pandemic. Read the full Article on www.algoafm.co.za
When a phenomenon is completely new, and there is no historical data, information and proven hypotheses to work from, we have no choice but to ride it out intelligently. We have no choice but to remain patient and cautious. Read the full Op-ed by Camaren Peter >
The Centre for Analytics and Behavioural Change, at UCT has launched a six-month project that will use social media analytics and advocacy to combat the spread of misinformation about the coronavirus in South Africa and beyond. Listen to the full interview with Lester Kiewit on CapeTalk:
Prof Camaren Peter on UCT’s Centre For Analytics and Behavioural Change and their social media project covering COVID-19. Prof Peter recently published an article titled “The Age of Complexity: A new world (dis)order has dawned” What we are living through is not a “new normal”. It is new, but it isn’t normal.
Prof. Peter Cameren is Professor of International Energy Law and Policy and Director of the Centre for Energy, Petroleum and Mineral Law and Policy; recently published an article enti-tled “The Age of Complexity: A new world (dis)order has dawned” What we are living through is not a “new normal”. It is new, but it isn’t...
SAFM Interview on countering disinformation & fake news online.