Vubble is presenting at #ONA21! We'll discuss how the new cookie-less ad reality creates a unique opportunity for publishers and their newsletters.
First, why we do what we do at VubbleToo much content exists online. We are drowning in a sea of information, misinformation and disinformation, an indecipherable blend of fact and opinion. Too little
Vubble’s Director of Machine Learning talks about how Vubble leverages our massive information video dataset to develop automated tools for video categorization and recommendation
Some people talk about artificial intelligence as a ‘black box’. At Vubble, there is no such thing. Here’s Mariah Martin Shein, Vubble’s Director of Machine Learning, with an inside view.
I failed to recognize BigTech’s Trojan Horse as it ambled through the gates of our information ecosystem in the days after September 11, 2001. But I strongly believe we can fix things now, if we work together.
This week, we want to draw your attention to a remarkably insightful series on social media manipulation from Destin Sandlin at his YouTube channel "Smarter Every Day".
In the media and other industries, automation is presented as a neutral process, the straightforward consequence of technological progress. It is not.
How regulation, Facebook's data, cool tools, media literacy and provenance relate to the fight against media misinformation.
Seneca Awarded Grant from SOSCIP
Vubble’s Advancing Video Categorization Research Project (in partnership with Seneca) was featured in the SOSCIP 2018 Impact Report.
Q & A with Vubble co-founders Tessa Sproule and Katie MacGuire
We’re paying attention in all the wrong ways
The pendulum has swung from the ‘all human’ traditional media platforms of the past,t to ‘all algorithm’ platforms of the present. The future is where technology dovetails with humanity.