The Guardian

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Can we still handle the truth? Journalism, ‘alternative facts’ and the rise of AI | Lenore Taylor
The credo of Watergate is still relevant: find the best obtainable version of the truth. But doing so is only getting more complicated

Lenore Taylor

21, May, 2023 @3:00 PM

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Cancel culture and the Oxford Union | Brief letters
Free speech | Crossword coincidence | Early readers | Rewilding too far | Lost Marxists

19, May, 2023 @4:51 PM

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Society exposes us all to anti-Jewish tropes and attitudes. The first step is to notice them | Jonathan Freedland
The Richard Sharp cartoon caused deep distress because it heightened
the feeling that others don’t understand or care about antisemitism.
That must change, says Guardian columnist Jonathan Freedland

Jonathan Freedland

05, May, 2023 @4:58 PM

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Antisemitic cartoon was appalling and avoidable | Letters
Letters: Readers respond to the Guardian’s publication of a cartoon that contained racist tropes, which was later withdrawn with an apology

04, May, 2023 @4:51 PM

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An image that should never have been published, and lessons that must be learned | Elisabeth Ribbans
Errors led to the publication of a cartoon of BBC chairman Richard Sharp, its withdrawal and an apology, says Elisabeth Ribbans, the Guardian and Observer’s global readers’ editor

Elisabeth Ribbans

03, May, 2023 @3:02 PM

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Guardian Australia launched in a spirit of hope and determination. Ten years later we’re going from strength to strength | Lenore Taylor
Since May 2013 our once-tiny news site has achieved what some thought impossible

Lenore Taylor

02, May, 2023 @3:00 PM

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Richard Sharp is a public figure and fair game for satire. The use of antisemitic tropes is not | Dave Rich
The Guardian was right to remove and delete the cartoon published on Saturday, says Dave Rich, head of policy at the Community Security Trust

Dave Rich

01, May, 2023 @6:00 AM

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The media will have to stay vigilant in an AI world | Letters
Letters: Readers (and ChatGPT) respond to articles on artificial intelligence chatbots and other content-creating AI tools

13, Apr, 2023 @5:09 PM

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A tribute to Leonard Barden, the king of chess writers | Letter
Letters: Steven Lorber on the Guardian’s chess correspondent, whose column has been running for 67 years

06, Apr, 2023 @5:04 PM

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ChatGPT is making up fake Guardian articles. Here’s how we’re responding | Chris Moran
The risks inherent in the technology, plus the speed of its take-up, demonstrate why it’s so vital that we keep track of it, writes the Guardian’s head of editorial innovation, Chris Moran

Chris Moran

06, Apr, 2023 @7:00 AM

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Were the Guardian’s readers April fooled? | Letter
Brief letters: April Fools’ Day | Wellbeing woes | High on fry | Cow cover | Helping out on Casualty

05, Apr, 2023 @4:40 PM

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‘A necessary step forward’: readers on the Guardian’s Cotton Capital series
Your reactions to the project investigating the Guardian founders’ links to slavery and the impact of the slave trade

Guardian readers

05, Apr, 2023 @10:44 AM

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