Category: Politics

15th August 2019

When words matter: How anti-immigration rhetoric inspired the El Paso attack

There have been 11 mass-shootings in the U.S. from January to August 2019. We investigate why words matter and how anti-immigration rhetoric inspired the El Paso attack.

9th August 2019

The 2020 Democratic Primaries July Update

We’re tracking the US Democratic Party presidential primaries and have updated the tracker for July, with a deep-dive into media coverage in Iowa.

12th July 2019

Signal A.I. Weekly News Roundup 12 July 2019

Here we take a look at the good, the bad, and the ugly, in the news this week.

3rd July 2019

The 2020 Democratic Primaries June Update

We track media coverage of the US Democratic Party presidential primaries. Following the first debates we have updated the tracker for June.

28th June 2019

Signal A.I. Weekly News Roundup 28 June 2019

Here we take a look at the good, the bad, and the ugly, in the news this week.

25th June 2019

The 2020 Democratic Primaries

At Signal A.I. we’ve been using AI to track media coverage of the US Democratic Party presidential primaries. Here is the data from January to May.

20th June 2019

EU Elections: Disproving Farage’s claim of BBC bias

Following Nigel Farage’s claim that the BBC didn’t give The Brexit Party enough airtime during the EU elections, we look at the data.

19th June 2019

The Dark Days of the Argentina Power Outage

In the dark about the outage? After the recent blackout in Argentina, Uraguay, and Paraguay, we shed some light on the subject.

23rd May 2019

Brain Freeze or PR Headache?

It can be hard to capitalise on in-moment PR opportunities, here we look at the trend of milkshake attacks on right-wing figures and how brands responded.

29th April 2019

The Milken Institute Global Conference 2019 – Daily Roundups

Follow this blog post for the daily takeaways from the Milken Institute Global Conference 2019.

3rd April 2019

Lessons from Christchurch: How the media finally acknowledged far-right terrorism

Why does the media refuse to call white murderers terrorists? Why, instead, are these killers humanised and we, the reader, encouraged to feel for or relate to them?

16th January 2019

The UK news in 2018: Brexit, Brexit and a bit more Brexit

Brexit was the number one news story based on media mentions in the UK press in 2018.