Katie Joseff is a senior research associate at the Center for Media Engagement. Past areas of research include: political disinformation and election manipulation, both within the US and abroad; the psychological biases underlying propaganda; partisanship; anti-Semitism; targeted harassment of marginalized groups; the effects of false information on journalism and journalists; and the ethics of emerging technologies, including AR, VR, and AI surveillance.
She studied social neuroscience and international security as an undergraduate, and partisanship and disinformation as a media studies master’s student. Her BA and MA are from Stanford University.
In the run up to the 2020 U.S. elections, partisan organizations are turning to a
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