Decoding Antisemitism

Combating digital antisemitism with Artificial Intelligence

For Antisemites

"Juice"

is not just a drink

For Antisemites

"Juice"

is not just a drink


Mission

Antisemitism on the internet is more diverse than overt insults or threats.

Studies have shown that the majority of antisemitic defamation is expressed in hidden ways.In order to recognize and combat this type of indirect hatred more quickly, an international, interdisciplinary team of researchers will develop a highly complex program supported by Artificial Intelligence (AI) as part of the "Decoding Antisemitism" project.


In collaboration with The Centre for Research on Antisemitism at the Technical University of Berlin
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The Center for Research on Antisemitism at the Technical University, Berlin is a research center dedicated to researching and combating antisemitism. It was founded in 1982.

In collaboration with King's College London
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Founded in 1992, the Department of Digital Humanities at King’s College London is an interdisciplinary center for teaching and research. There, computer linguists decode hatred, exclusion, and inequality via technological means.

Project updates

Decoding Antisemitism

An introduction to Decoding Antisemitism: combating online hate and imagery with artificial intelligence.

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Decoding Antisemitism: First Discourse Report

Decoding Antisemitism - First Discourse Report: why the level of Antisemitism on the Internet could be higher than assumed.

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21.09

The launch of Decoding Antisemitism

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The launch of Decoding Antisemitism

Decoding Antisemitism: a new project to Stop Hate Online using Artificial Intelligence.

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