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Overview

Introduction
Truth, Untruth and Technology
by Jesse Emspak

Section 1: The Digital Mind

1.1    Are Digital Devices Altering Our Brains?
         by Elena Pasquinelli

1.2    Your Brain on Google Maps
         by Zeynep Tufekci

Section 2: The Enemy Is Us: How Social Media Manipulates Human Behavior

2.1    Why We Trust Lies
         by Cailin O'Connor and James Owen Weatherall

2.2    A New World Disorder
         by Claire Wardle

2.3    Inside the Echo Chamber
         by Walter Quattrociocchi

2.4    How Fake News Goes Viral—Here’s the Math
         by Madhusree Mukerjee

2.5    Social Media's Stepped-Up Crackdown on Terrorists Still Falls Short
         by Larry Greenemeier

2.6    When "Like" Is a Weapon
         by the Editors   

Section 3: Online Deception

3.1    Clicks, Lies and Videotape
         by Brooke Borel

3.2    Could AI Be the Future of Fake News and Product Reviews
         by Larry Greenemeier

3.3     Don't Believe Your Eyes
          by Larry Greenemeier

3.4    AI-Generated Deepfakes and the Challenge of Detection
         by Siwei Lyu

3.5    Why Are Deepfakes So Effective?
         by Martijn Rasser

Section 4: AI, Bias, and the Human Face

4.1    How a Machine Learns Prejudice
         by Jesse Emspak

4.2    Expression of Doubt
         by Douglas Heaven

4.3    How NIST Tested Facial Recognition Algorithms for Racial Bias
         by Craig Watson & Sophie Bushwick

4.4    Bias Detectives: The Researchers Striving to Make Algorithms Fair
         by Rachel Courtland

4.5    Facial-Recognition Technology Needs More Regulation
         by the Editors

Section 5: Your Democracy Has Been Hacked

5.1    How to Defraud Democracy
         by J. Alex Halderman & Jen Schwartz

5.2    “Fake News” Web Sites May Not Have a Major Effect on Elections
         by Karen Weintraub

5.3    The Facebook Controversy: Privacy Is Not the Issue
         by Peter Bruce

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