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Duncan Watts and CSSLab’s New Media Bias Detector

Researchers at the Computational Social Science Lab have developed the Media Bias Detector, which uses artificial intelligence to analyze news articles, examining factors like tone, partisan lean, and fact selection.


Five Takeaways From the Biden-Trump Debate

Annenberg Public Policy Center Director Kathleen Hall Jamieson discusses the Annenberg Debate Reform Working Group along with some thoughts on last week’s presidential debate


Polarization Research Lab’s Path to 2024 Series Highlights Realities of American Attitudes

Focusing on corporate political action, AI, immigration, and more, the Polarization Research Lab aims to dispel myths about partisan beliefs.

Adetobi Moses Awarded 2024 Penn Global Dissertation Grant

Penn Global has announced that Annenberg School doctoral candidate Adetobi Moses is an awardee of its newly established Penn Global...


What Public Discourse Gets Wrong About Misinformation Online

A new study from the Computational Social Science Lab shows that while online misinformation exists, it isn’t as pervasive as pundits and the press suggest.


Mapping Media Bias: How AI Powers the Computational Social Science Lab’s Media Bias Detector

The CSSLab’s Media Bias Detector empowers users to analyze bias in major news outlets, not just based on the outlets’ political leaning, but on the topics they choose to cover.


The Polarization Research Lab Welcomes New Postdoctoral Fellow

Erin Walk will join the Annenberg School in July.

Undergraduate News

Shawnika Hull (Ph.D. '10) Delivers 2024 Communication Major Graduation Speech

Rutgers Associate Professor Shawnika Hull spoke about finding your purpose and following it into the future.


Syphilis Cases Are Rising, But Many People Don’t Know Symptoms

A recent survey by the Annenberg Public Policy Center found that less than a third of Americans could name syphilis signs and symptoms.