Marcel Schliebs is a DPhil student in Social Data Science at the University of Oxford and Researcher at the Computational Propaganda Project. His research is located at the intersection of political science, statistics and computer science, and focuses on the effects of disinformation and microtargeting on political attitudes and behaviour. He has developed quantitative approaches for examining state-backed information operations, and further studies the role of artificial intelligence for 21st century great power competition.
Marcel holds a BA in Political Science from Zeppelin University and a MSc in Social Data Science from the University of Oxford. In the past, he has worked as a Junior U.S. Correspondent for the German Public TV/Radio Broadcaster, at the French National Election Study, the German Foreign Office, and NATO’s Arms Control and Weapons of Mass Destruction Non-Proliferation Centre.
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Coronavirus Coverage by State-Backed English-Language News Sources
9 April 2020