Deep dive into the context and causes of misinformation and discuss how we can combat the threat and divisions it creates.
How can we build trust in truth, facts, and scientific evidence so that we can create a hopeful future for all?
Misinformation is eroding our trust in science and runs the risk of becoming one of the greatest threats to our society today.
Nobel Prize Summit in partnership with National Academy of Sciences. Lead partner Knight Foundation. Contributing partner Luminate. Supporting organisations Annenberg Public Policy Center University of Pennsylvania, Rita Allen Foundation.
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Special thanks to: Alliance4Europe, American Association for the Advancement of Science, Deliberative Democracy Lab at the Stanford Center on Democracy; Development and the Rule of Law, Digital Public Goods Alliance, Embassy of Sweden to the U.S., Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, International Panel on the Information Environment, Media Literacy Now, National Science Foundation, PeaceTech Lab, SkillsVR, S&R Evermay, Smithsonian Science Education Center, Stockholm Resilience Center/Beijer Institute, The Inter-American Institute for Global Change Research, The Mercury Project, Transatlantic Consumer Dialogue, United Nations Development Programme, W.K. Kellogg Foundation, Wikimedia DC.