Disinfo Update 18/04/2023

Good day, Disinfo Update readers!

Welcome to this new edition of your EU DisinfoLab bi-weekly newsletter, providing you with a selection of recent disinformation updates and events from around the world. 

Amongst the featured headlines:

Latest updates on the European Media Freedom Act (EMFA), with media exemption amendments in the CULT Committee draft report, A lot about AI, including the latest Center for Countering Digital Hate study about misinformation circulating on Bard. 

Couple of final highlights. Interested in the latest OSINT developments and/or in the OSINT research field? This Thursday, 20 April, we’re hosting a webinar to present the OSINT Guidelines. Our experts, Alexandre Alaphilippe & Amaury Lesplingart, will share practical and concrete tips on how to apply those in your OSINT research. More information and registration link below.

The EU DisinfoLab 2023 Conference will take place on 11 – 12 October 2023 in Krakow, Poland. If not done yet, make sure to book those dates to not miss it! And stay tuned for more updates, soon!

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Register to the OSINT Guidelines webinar! Disinfo news & updates Way too easy. As AI-generated content raises a lot of questions, the Center for Countering Digital Hate (CCDH) reveals in its latest study that Bard, Google’s new AI chatbot, “generates misinformation on 78 out of 100 false and harmful narratives” on a variety of topics such as COVID-19, the war in Ukraine, climate change, and other hot issues, without providing any disclaimers.  More AI. OpenAI, maker of

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