Re.Think Talks/Sense making in crisis

Digital technologies have created an information deluge. It is impossible to keep up with the flood. But digital technologies have also changed the flow of information in the world. The old gatekeepers like the media have been bypassed. What does this mean during a crisis when we need to make rapid decisions under uncertainty and we need to act collectively? In this episode Owen Gaffney speaks to Kate Starbird who is associate professor at the University of Washington. Kate is an expert in how communications technologies are used during crises. And Victor Galaz, an associate professor and deputy director of the Stockholm Resilience Centre, Stockholm University. Part of his work looks at the spread of disinformation online.

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