Dr. Hany Farid Featured on "Morning Joe"

CEP Senior Advisor Explains New Technology for Fighting Online Extremism 

(New York, NY) -- Dartmouth College Computer Science Professor and Counter Extremism Project (CEP) Senior Advisor Dr. Hany Farid was interviewed on "Morning Joe" today about the development of exciting new technology that could detect and remove the "worst of the worst" extremist images, video, and audio from the Internet quickly and accurately. The announcement of the technology on June 17 has generated extensive media coverage in The Atlantic, The Economist, National Public Radio (NPR), Washington PostBloombergAgence France-Presse (AFP)PoliticoDefense One, and the Washington Examiner, among others.

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