Organisation: Pulitzer Center
- Eligibility criteria:
– Staff or freelance journalists working on a wide range of platforms, including print, radio, video, and multimedia.
– Team players with the experience and/or ability to work collaboratively across newsrooms and borders.
Reporters with a deep interest in how AI impacts the world, and why this issue matters to their global well-being.
– Reporters willing to participate in outreach activities related to their investigations, such as events at schools and universities.
- Type of funding: Fellowship
- Target countries: Worldwide, remote.
- Application language: English
The Pulitzer Center is seeking applications for its AI Accountability Fellowship that seeks to support staff and freelance journalists working on in-depth AI accountability stories that examine governments’ and corporations’ uses of predictive and surveillance technologies to guide decisions in policing, medicine, social welfare, the criminal justice system, hiring, and more.
The eight-months-long Fellowship will provide journalists up to $20,000 to pursue their reporting project. The funds can be used to pay for records requests, travel expenses, data analysis, and stipends. In addition, the Fellows will have access to mentors and relevant training with a group of peers that will help strengthen their reporting projects.
See here to learn more and apply.