POIESIS took part in the OPERAS TRUST ON event

July 4, 2024

How can we enhance trust and build best practices to safeguard the quality and integrity of online content, which is paramount in the age of AI-driven disinformation?

Under the auspices of the Belgian Presidency of the Council of the European Union, this question was discussed at the OPERAS organized event "Trust On 2024. Tackling Disinformation" (for more information, please visit https://operas-eu.org/news-and-events/calendar-2/truston-2024/ ) that took place on June 26 -27 at the Royal Library of Belgium (KBR) in Brussels.

The aim of the workshop was to develop actionable strategies and practical recommendations for the UN Summit of the Future in September 2024. The workshop was organized in three parallel tracks, 'Infrastructure Trust', 'Mediation Trust' and 'Science Trust' to discuss and assess 'various trust dimensions of the Internet, encompassing infrastructure, governance & regulation, mediation and science, through partnerships with civil society, academia, the tech community, youth, policymakers, among others'.

POIESIS, together with partner projects VERITY, IANUS, and COALESCE, chaired the Science track, which was led by Tine Ravn, Agata Gurzawska, and Charlotte Bruns. Based on numerous expert presentations and through a co-creation and dialogue-based format, we discussed the following questions:

The discussions resulted in a first set of key themes and overall recommendations.

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