Understanding the impact of information manipulation on social media
24 - 25 April Singapore
The Workshop on Strategic Communications on Social Media in Asia-Pacific aims to bring together policy makers, industry leaders, academic researchers from the United States, Europe, Australia, and Southeast and South Asia (Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines, Singapore and India) to understand the impact of information manipulation on social media.
Understand the unique challenges of information manoeuvres and disinformation in the APAC region
Understand the perceptions and reactions towards disinformation within the APAC region
Foster collaboration and dialogue between interested parties for the monitoring of information manoeuvres and against disinformation campaigns in the APAC region
Identify existing and new technologies for detection and monitoring of information manipulation on social media
schedule and registration info
6:30 - 9:00 PM
REGISTRATION AND BREAKFAST
Facebook APAC HQ, 9 Straits View, MarinaOne West Tower, LEVEL 29
Breakfast and Event, LEVEL 27
All visitors to proceed to escalator to take to main lobby at Level 3. Please register at Concierge at level 3 before being provided access to Level 29. Please bring along photo ID for registration.
Welcome Remarks by Justin Dauwels, Associate Professor, NTU
Wrap Up of Day 1
Workshop Dinner (By Invitation Only)
REGISTRATION AND BREAKFAST
Twitter APAC HQ, 138 Market St,
CapitaGreen, Level 20
Follow Up Address, by Justin Dauwels
Professor of Cognitive Psychology and Research Communication Skills, Director of Community & Engagement, School of Psychological Science
University of Western Australia, Australia
Jerry L. Maulden-Entergy Endowed Chair & Distinguished Professor, Director of Collaboratorium for Social Media and Online Behavioral Studies (COSMOS), Information Science Department, Donaghey College of Engineering and Information Technology
The conference venue is in Singapore downtown and is at a walking distance from many hotels. Below is the list of suggested hotels at walking distance and well connected to the venue.
Distance from FACEBOOK Office
(DAy 1 venue)
Distance from Twitter Office (day 2 Venue)
victoriachua AT ntu.edu.sg
jdauwels at ntu.edu.sg
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