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Disinformation increases social divisions and undermines our democracy. ASU Research Scientist Scott Ruston says that defending ourselves against this willful deception is part of our civic duty — and explains how to do so.

Events

March 4, 2020,

12:00-1:30pm, ASU Polytechnic Campus, Santa Catalina Hall, Room 151

January 31, 2020,

1:00-2:30pm, ASU Polytechnic Campus, Santa Catalina Hall, Room 151

Disinformation increases social divisions and undermines our democracy. ASU Research Scientist Scott Ruston says that defending ourselves against this willful deception is part of our civic duty — and explains how to do so.

ASU Global Security Initiative’s Center for Accelerating Operational Efficiency pivots focus, providing new studies on supply chain preparedness and economic complexities

Anything connected to the internet is vulnerable to hacking. That includes hospital equipment, and that is of special concern as hospitals deal with the COVID-19 pandemic. Arizona PBS talked about those concerns with Nadya Bliss, Executive Director of GSI.

GSI Executive Director Nadya Bliss joins ASU researchers to provide a few quick tips to protect yourself from fake or misleading news during this time.

Nadya Bliss, executive director of GSI joined Mark Brodie on KJZZ to talk about misinformation related to the outbreak and how to differentiate between fact and fiction.

ASU Now asked GSI Executive Director, Nadya Bliss to weigh in on how to recognize what’s real and what’s malarkey, and what you can do to find the truth.