Tue, Mar 5, 2024

9 AM – 10 AM CST (GMT-6)

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K-State Union Forum Hall

918 N M.L.K. Jr. Dr., Manhattan, KS 66506, United States

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Presented by: Huck Boyd National Center for Community Media and K-State Department of Computer Science

Detail: This event brings together leading experts and researchers at the intersection of artificial intelligence and social media to explore the profound impact of AI on the way we connect, communicate, and consume content online. As artificial intelligence continues to reshape the landscape of digital interaction, this panel discussion promises a deep dive into the following key themes:
-AI-Powered Personalization: Dive into ways AI algorithms shape and customize user experiences on social media platforms, exploring the benefits of personalized content delivery and potential challenges related to filter bubbles and echo chambers.
-Content Moderation and Ethics: Uncover the complexities of AI-driven content moderation, examining ethical considerations, challenges, and the balance between preventing harmful content and preserving freedom of expression.
-Deepfakes and Misinformation: Examine the role of AI in the creation and detection of deepfakes, as well as its potential to combat misinformation on social media. Explore the challenges of distinguishing between authentic and manipulated content.
-User Privacy and Data Security: Discuss the implications of AI in relation to user privacy and data security on social media platforms, exploring measures to ensure responsible AI deployment and protect user information.
-AI and Social Impact: Explore the positive societal impacts of AI in social media, such as enhanced accessibility, inclusivity, and the potential for AI to be a force for good in addressing global challenges.
-Future Trends and Innovations: Delve into the emerging trends and future innovations at the intersection of AI and social media, considering the evolving role of AI in shaping the digital landscape.


K-State Union Forum Hall

918 N M.L.K. Jr. Dr., Manhattan, KS 66506, United States

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