IMI Projects

With digitization, traditional media face many complex challenges that threaten their existence and force them to undergo a profound transformation. To help face these challenges, the IMI supports research projects with partner universities in collaboration with affiliate media organizations. Through these projects, the IMI aims in particular to build on the many areas of expertise and cutting-edge knowledge of its affiliated researchers to provide innovative solutions that benefit the media and have a positive impact on the public and society.

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  • Misinformation & public trust
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Scientific Expertise and Media Discourse
Scientific Expertise and Media Discourse

In order to restore the public's trust, we propose to develop an innovative tool to[…]

Traceable Original Journalistic Content (TOJC)
Traceable Original Journalistic Content (TOJC)

In a digital environment where each individual can generate information, it becomes crucial to be[…]

Trust Over Time
Trust Over Time

The aggregation of editorial content with other media resources contributes to the enhancement of media[…]

Media Observatory Initiative
Media Observatory Initiative

Moving toward digitalization, the news ecosystem goes through a transition phase that eases access to[…]

Fake News, Audiences and Journalism
Fake News, Audiences and Journalism

This project aims to provide an in-depth understanding of how young audiences are exposed and[…]

Social network Architectures of Disinformation (#sad)
Social network Architectures of Disinformation (#sad)

The goal of this project is to better understand the activity in social networks both[…]