May 17, 2022

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Podcast: the Aine Kerr and Mairin Murray interview on #HowIDidIt, with expert tips from Sarah Geraghty

Misinformation via pretend on the net news or tinkered-with video clip footage or audio is rife these days, so substantially so that it has the capacity to adjust the training course of global situations, from presidential elections via to the outbreak of war.

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Far more and more businesses are using up the problem to battle on the net fiction with genuine-world info. Dublin-primarily based entrepreneur Aine Kerr is co-founder and main running officer of Kinzen, a technology company designed to overcome on the internet misinformation.

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“When details is unsure and stress and anxiety is higher, the purely natural reaction for people today is to attempt to solve that uncertainty and panic by seeking out information,” she clarifies. “But occasionally disinformation is sown to intentionally spew confusion in a significant historic instant like this.”

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Kerr joins Máirín Murray, co-founder of Tech for Good, a group that seeks to harness the electric power of technologies to positively effect communities, on the third episode in the new collection of the Business Post’s #HowIDidIt podcast, out currently.

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“We are blessed in that we can share information,” Murray notes on the podcast. “We have entry to all sorts of details from all sorts of sources. In Russia, that info is being cut off. So Fb is no more time obtainable. Twitter is no more time available. There’s no info, no discussion. There is no discussion, they’re just getting 1 narrative fed to them. It’s so risky. It’s frightening.”

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Later in the episode, Sarah Geraghty, senior training advisor at the Comunications Clinic, gives suggestions on CV preparation and occupation interviews. Hear at the backlink below, or by way of Apple Podcasts.

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#HowIDidIt: the Girls in Management podcast is sponsored by Glandore: stop by their web site right here.

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Pay attention back again to all earlier episodes, with Frances Fitzgerald, MEP for Dublin and previous tánaiste, Joan Burton, ex-tánaiste, Susan Keogh, communications consultant, Trinity provost Linda Doyle, UCD historian Mary McAuliffe, entrepreneur Leonora O‘Brien, Hazel Chu, previous Lord Mayor of Dublin, Minister Catherine Martin and Anne O‘Leary, chief government of Vodafone Eire, at the below url.

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