Briefing: The misinformation age
When it comes to misinformation and disinformation, prevention is better than cure. But has public relations always been a trustworthy source of information?
Is our news now open source?
What does it mean for public relations if there are no longer any professional journalists involved in producing the news? Chris Tucker explores the implications of the shift from 'proprietory' to 'open source' news.
CheatGPT*: some thoughts on AI and assignments
The days of conventional essay assignments may be over argues Richard Bailey. They may be tough for students, but they're easy for AI. So what are the alternatives?
The AI revolution is coming
Artificial intelligence presents parallels with how the PR industry had to adapt to the onslaught of social media in the early noughties argues Rosie Hamilton.
Fake news: how to solve a ‘really wicked problem’
Here's a selective summary of a fascinating discussion on day one of #MindThePRGap2020.
Sign up for virtual Mind The PR Gap 2020
Here's a reminder of how to register for next week's virtual #MindThePRGap conference.
Listen very carefully: the robots are coming
Guest author Shelley Sullivan shares her CIPR Professional PR Diploma thought leadership article.