Speakers

Honorary guests

 

Panel 1 – Machine learning: deep fakes, GPT3 (EN)

 

Prof. Mikołaj MORZY (moderator)

Poznan University of Technology

More information: link

Dr Łukasz KOBYLIŃSKI

Institute of Computer Science, PAS

More information: LinkedIn, bio

“Am I talking to a human? State of the art in natural language processing in 2020”

 

 

Jan MIZGAJSKI

Poznan University of Technology

More information: link

“Trauma, recovery, immunity: complex systems perspective and the role of artificial intelligence”

 

 

Panel 2 – Credibility on the web: checking, inculcating and self-organizing trusted sources of information (EN)

 

Kamil MIKULSKI (moderator)

Kosciuszko Institute

More information: LinkedIn

Viktoras DAUKŠAS

DebunkEU.org

More information: Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter

 

 

Prof. Adam WIERZBICKI

Polish-Japanese Academy of Information Technology

More information: link

“Truth, Post-truth and Credibility”

 

 

Panel 3 – The psychology of believing in disinformation (EN)

 

Prof. Jonas KUNST (moderator)

University of Oslo

More information: link

Aleksander GUNDERSEN

University of Oslo

More information: link

“The psychology of accepting and sharing misinformation”

 

 

Prof. Romuald POLCZYK

Jagiellonian University

More information: link

“How can we induce resistance to misinformation in the context of witness testimony?”

 

 

Panel 4 – Affected groups: the perspective of groups under stress (EN)

 

Dr hab. n.med. Rafał RYGUŁA (moderator)

Maj Institute of Pharmacology PAS

More information: link

Dr hab. Maciej PILECKI 

Childern’s and Youth’s Psychiatric Clinic JUMC

More information: link

“COVID-19. In the seek of facts.”

 

Dr Katarzyna BĄKOWICZ

SWPS & University of Social Sciences

More information: LinkedIn, website

“Fake news – real consequences. The Blue Whale Game study.”

Dr Klaudia ROSIŃSKA

Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University

More information: LinkedIn

“Analysis of individual susceptibility of social media users to fake news: Polish perspective.”

 

Panel 5 – Dezinformacja i demokracja (PL)

 

Dr Jan PIASECKI (moderator)

Jagiellonian University – Medical College

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Paweł GWIAŹDZIŃSKI

Jagiellonian University – Medical College

More information: Researchgatec-lab

“Dezinformacja. Definicje, mechanizmy działania i wielkie pytania.”

 

Łukasz KRÓL

College of Europe in Natolin

More information: link

“Jak funkcjonują algorytmy, które rekomendują nam treści na platformach społecznościowych i w jaki sposób mogą one rekomendować treści fałszywe, radykalne, lub teorie spiskowe”

Anna MIERZYŃSKA

OKO.press

More information: LinkedIn

“Edukacja obywatelska w czasach dezinformacji”

 

 

 

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