Pugwash organized workshop on Cyber security and resilience against emerging national and international threats with sessions on nuclearcommand and control, cyber diplomacy and multi-stkeholder approaches, cyber warfare, information operations, emrging threats (LAWS, AI) and an open session on Russian-Ukrainian war case study for all other subjects. The workshop is organized by Prof. Götz Neuneck and takes place 31th of March as well as 1st of April.
Katrin Hartwig and Christian Reuter will contribute a talk on Information Warfare
and the Technical Support in Dealing with Fake News.
Pugwash seeks a world free of nuclear weapons and other weapons of mass destruction. Through our long-standing tradition of ‘dialogue across divides’ that also earned us the Nobel Peace Prize in 1995, Pugwash aims to develop and support the use of scientific, evidence-based policymaking, focusing on areas where nuclear and WMD risks are present. By facilitating track 1.5 and track II dialogues, we foster creative discussions on ways to increase the security of all sides and promote policy development that is cooperative and forward-looking.
Part 1: (2019) Fake News Perception in Germany: A Representative Study of People’s Attitudes and Approaches to Counteract Disinformation, Proceedings of the International Conference on Wirtschaftsinformatik (WI), S. 1069-1083, Siegen, Germany: AIS, pdf
(2020) Countering Fake News: A Comparison of Possible Solutions Regarding User Acceptance and Effectiveness, Proceedings of the ACM: Human Computer Interaction (PACM): Computer-Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing 4(CSCW2), S. 140:1-140:28, Austin, USA: ACM, pdf, doi:10.1145/3415211
(2019) TrustyTweet: An Indicator-based Browser-Plugin to Assist Users in Dealing with Fake News on Twitter, Proceedings of the International Conference on Wirtschaftsinformatik (WI), S. 1858-1869, Siegen, Germany: AIS, pdf