Does the form of commemoration events alter when organisations are forced to move them online? This blog considers the impact digital has on what commemoration events are and could be.
Monthly Archives: February 2021
Holocaust Remembrance in a Digital Future: Towards Deep Truth or Deep Fake?
On Thursday 4th February, I was very honoured to join Stephanie Billib, Bergen-Belsen Memorial, and PhD candidate Tabea Widemann to discuss the tensions between ‘deep truth’ and ‘deep fake’ in digital Holocaust remembrance. The panel was part of a larger programme: The Digitalisation of Memory: Technology – Possibilities – Boundaries hosted in partnership between theContinue reading “Holocaust Remembrance in a Digital Future: Towards Deep Truth or Deep Fake?”
Algorithmic Auditing, the Holocaust, and Search Engine Bias
In this guest post, Mykola Makhortykh discusses what algorithmic auditing of search engines can reveal about image searches and Holocaust knowledge online.