Lessons From the Infodemic: Overcoming Communication Challenges

January 19, 2023

On January 1, 1970, the Coordinated Universal Time was launched—the backbone of our digital communications, and believed by many to be the birth of the Information Age. Over the last half-century, our reliance on digital networks and modes of communication has only increased; segueing from academic curiosity to luxury to inevitable and needed. In the last decade, we might find cause to argue that the Information Age has curdled into the Disinformation Age.