„In a time of increasing disagreement about facts, the attribution of influence operations matters“, botswatch Technologies founder and CEO, Tabea Wilke said in a discussion with the Young Atlantic Treaty Association Germany (YATA) on November 10, 2019 in Berlin.
The panel was a part of the participants‘ work to develop recommendations for NATO how to respond to current security threats. The seminar was held as part of NATO Conference 2019 celebrating the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, discussing NATO’s future.
Starting the day off with our first panel on social media and disinformation with inputs from @linda_curika, Public Relations Officer, NATO Strategic Communications Centre of Excellence, and @TabWilke, Founder and CEO of botswatch Technologies#NATOsFuture #NATOengages pic.twitter.com/DA5kdcvzw0
— YATA Germany (@yata_ger) November 10, 2019
How should #NATO react on changing communication via #socialmedia? Great panel w/ @linda_curika @TabWilke @_LSimon @Alex_Schroeder at @boell_stiftung, organized by @yata_ger #natotalk19 #natosfuture #wearenato pic.twitter.com/shxwoqiJtP
— Veronika Fucela (@VeronikaFucela) November 10, 2019
Takes from an awesome panel:
➡️ Information war is real
➡️ Information war takes place if we want or not
➡️ attribution is crucial but difficult
— L. Simon (@_LSimon) November 10, 2019