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Happening this week:
- Nigeria is talking about open source coding
Worth a read:
- The JournalismAI Festival is a free online program that brings journalists and technologists together to showcase and discuss ways AI can benefit journalism. It’s taking place from December 7-8, and you can register to attend here.
- Journalists use Twitter every day to keep up with news, contact sources and stay in touch with other journalists around the globe. With Twitter’s fate coming into question this past week, Nieman Lab compiled a list of ways losing Twitter could affect journalism.
- The Coalition for Independent Technology Research is a new advocacy group founded by journalists, academics, civil society researchers and community scientists to advance, defend and sustain the right to study the impact of technology on society. Click here to join the coalition.
- Asia - OCCRP, Sr. Investigative Editor, Asia
- UK - i, Graphics Editor
- US - THE CITY, Product Developer
- US - City Bureau, Director of Product
- US - Climate Central, Visualizations Producer/Editor
- US - FiveThirtyEight, Spring Data Visualization Intern
- US - KQED, Investigative Data Journalist
- US - LA Times, Data & Graphics Journalist
- US - Temple University, Data Desk Editor