Tarbell Fellowship program 2014: For Early Career journalist (fully funded to Oxford summit in London and $50,000 stipend.


Deadline: 15 October 2023

The Tarbell Fellowship is a one-year programme for early-career journalists interested in covering emerging technologies, especially artificial intelligence.

Fellows receive a 9-month placement at a major newsroom, participate in a study group covering AI governance & technical fundamentals, and attend a 2 week journalism summit in Oxford. The Tarbell Fellowship provides a stipend of up to $50,000 to support these placements.
 
The programme incorporates expert speakers, feedback & mentorship from experienced journalists and networking events with experts from leading AI organisations. Upon graduation, we expect fellows to bring their impact-focused perspective to major newsrooms and publications around the globe.

The 2024 Tarbell Fellowship will run from January - December 2024. Applications for the 2024 cohort will close on October 15th 2023.


Why
Artificial intelligence is one of the key challenges facing humanity this century.

As AI systems progress, they could pose a catastrophic risk to humanity. Researchers could lose control over advanced AI systems, malicious actors could weaponize this technology, and a deluge of persuasive misinformation could undermine democracy. ​Relative to their importance, these issues receive much less attention than they deserve.

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