Dec 02
Doing A Double Take: Four Deepfake Scenarios That Mess With Our Minds
Deepfakes use artificial intelligence to manipulate a person’s voice and image. From movies to music, news to the workplace, how do we draw the line between the real and the fake?
Nov 12
Fake-ISH: Getting Real About Imposter Syndrome And Other Ways We Feel Fake
Adult ISH podcast tackles all the ways the real and digital world can amplify feelings of fakeness, even putting Jay-Z on defense when deepfakes come for him.
Oct 20
Erase Your Face
Ever get the prickly feeling that you’re being watched? You’re probably right. Biased facial recognition and surveillance technologies are everywhere, so we created a tool to help you learn what it takes to dodge detection.
Oct 02
Are We All Lab Rats? 5 Things We Learned From ‘The Social Dilemma’
Netflix's 'The Social Dilemma' documentary is shocking viewers into a new kind of awareness of social media's manipulations. Here are five take-aways including ways to better understand and resist algorithms' power.
July 13
Young America Speaks Up: 18-to-29 Now
We are 18-to-29-year olds. And we have the most at stake in Election 2020. This is a platform for reporting for, by and about us. A project of YR Media and WNYC’s Radio Rookies.
June 24
Doing It For the ‘Gram? Five Social Media Moves That Helped and Hurt #BlackLivesMatter
People have been showing their support for Black Lives Matter on TikTok, Twitter, and Instagram, but do social media posts help the movement?
June 12
On to the Next One: Jay-Z Beefs with A.I. … Are Other Artists Next?
Find out how deepfake tech is messing with some of your favorite MCs, from Megan Thee Stallion to Lil Uzi Vert, and music's emerging voices, too.
April 27
In the Black Mirror: What Artificial Intelligence Means for Race, Art and the Apocalypse
Artificial Intelligence is everywhere, including the device you're using this minute. We asked experts to tell us how it works, what it's great at, and how to stop it from taking us down a path that would make even the creators of Black Mirror cringe.
March 25
Coronavirus Comes to Campus
In early March 2020, surreal messages started appearing in student inboxes, closing campuses around the country due to COVID-19. We mapped our reactions to those first announcements and how we’re finding new normals during this weird and wild time to be alive.
March 04
Illegal or Just Creepy: The Complicated History of Age of Consent
An interactive report on the history and cultural politics of 'age of consent' laws and what they reveal about the boundary between relationships and crimes.
Jan 28
Not So Golden: Struggles Facing California’s Young Adults
For many young adults, living in the country’s most expensive state is not easy. “Not So Golden” offers a glimpse into how many California young adults are making it work. This is a collaboration by the California Youth Media Network.
Jan 14
Young Voters' Guide
We’ve dug into the Democratic candidates’ platforms to get the details on the issues that matter to Gen Z and Millennial voters.
Jan 9
Note to Parents: What Not To Say
Hey parents: if you think it's hard raising teenagers, try being one! We thought we'd make your jobs a little easier by sharing these tips on what to say — and NOT to say — when we come to you and want to talk.


Dec 19
Your Guide To Anti-Surveillance Fashion
In an age when technology knows us better than we know ourselves, you might — and maybe should? — be asking: how can we hide?
Dec 12
ICYMI: The Glass Room
Highlights from a pop-up exhibit that challenges assumptions about data privacy and reveals just how much we give away when we blindly play by technology's rules.