Julia Angwin and Jeff Larson, former ProPublica survey magazine reporters, stand up a new venture of The Markup, a nonprofit organization, with the help of major donors including Craig Newmark, the founder of Craig Newmark I am raising it.
Markup co-founder Angwin Larson and Sue Gardner (former Wikimedia Foundation director) have received a $ 20 million donation from Newmark, the founder of Craigslist and Craig Newmark. Charity work; John S. and James L. Knight Foundation announced $ 2 million additional support from the Ford Foundation, John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation.
The project is incubated with investment from ethics initiative and governance of artificial intelligence, new media news New York Times.
Mr. Gardner said, "In a healthy society, we are constantly discussing what is in public interest in discussions involving parliamentarians, regulators, civil society organizations, the private sector, and the general public." . "The problem that Markup is trying to solve has not yet been discussed on new technology as its impact level is too low.We have Craig Newmark and some of the most important personal things I am delighted the foundation of the United States.
Newmark is participating in many charity projects. He spent $ 500,000 to reduce Wikipedia's harassment and promised $ 1 million to former Angwin and Larson's bosses in ProPublica.
"We are proud to support markup and to support those I have kept respecting for years," As a news consumer, I am seeking reliable journalism and technology to society Markup by creating strictly managed reports based on data on the impact of …
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