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Live Webinars this Month

What’s Next in Artificial Intelligence?

Tuesday, June 19 | 1 p.m. EDT

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Man vs. machines? Or is it man and machines? We’ll help you understand AI and how it works, offer up examples of everyday applications of AI, discuss how the workforce will change with AI, and look at what’s coming next in this rapidly changing science.

Speakers:
Daniel Castro, director, Center for Data Innovation, and vice president Information Technology and Innovation Foundation.

Matthew Hutson, freelancer, Science magazine and other publications

This webinar is sponsored by IBM.

How to Keep Sexual Harassment Out of Your Newsroom

Tuesday, June 26 | 2 p.m. EDT

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How can newsroom leaders foster a convivial environment without giving license to harassers and predators?

Speakers:
Carrie Budoff Brown, editor, Politico

Joanne Lipman, former editor in chief of USA Today and author of “That’s What She Said: What Men Need to Know (and Women Need to Tell Them) About Working Together”

Loren Mayor, chief operating officer, NPR

 

Apply to the Paul Miller Washington Reporting Fellowship

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For more than 30 years, the Paul Miller Washington Reporting Fellowship has introduced promising young(ish) reporters to D.C. From September to June, this one-day-a-month fellowship will give print, online and broadcast journalists from top news organizations an intensive overview of reporting in the capital. The Washington media landscape is filled with proud Paul Miller alumni. You can join their ranks. Application deadline: July 6

 

New Resources from NPF

Enterprise and Investigation

Digging Below the Surface
How FOIA, persistence and time management help reporters unearth hidden secrets.
Mark Greenblatt, Scripps Washington Bureau
Ronnie Greene, Reuters
Kimbriell Kelly, The Washington Post
Deborah Nelson, Philip Merrill College of Journalism

Going Long: From “The Invisibles” to “Black Panther”
Tips for journalists on how to make time to write a book.
Jesse J. Holland, The Associated Press

Five Decades in the Journalism Trenches
Taking risks, working hard — and never, ever giving up.
Seymour Hersh, author and investigative reporter

 

NPF Friends & Fellows

As Opioid Crisis Grows, Medical Schools Bolster Addiction Training | Catherine Ho | San Francisco Chronicle | Opioids 2018

4 Reasons to Work Longer | Rebecca Koenig | U.S. News & World Report | Working Longer 2018

Suspension Of California’s Aid-In-Dying Law Leaves Sick Patients In Limbo | JoNel Aleccia | Kaiser Health News | Public Health 2017