From the Editors
The New York Times says Jadaliyya "Brings New Life to Arab Studies." Read about it by clicking here.
Using a prototype Truth Rectification Processor, the words of Israeli government spokesman Mark Regev have been filtered through a complex algorithm that strips away lies. This experiment, led by @alexnunns, is inspired by earlier, remarkable research carried out by gabbriana2008, which used alternative "mind-reading technology". Those results can be viewed here. Some of the raw data that was fed into the Truth Rectification Processor can be viewed here, ...Keep Reading »
Alex Nunns is a writer, activist and musician from London. He co-edited Tweets from Tahrir: Egypt’s revolution as it unfolded, in the words of the people who made it, the first book to use tweets to tell the story of a historical event (later made in to a documentary film by Al Jazeera English). He has edited several books by other authors, including Norman Finkelstein’s Knowing Too Much. He writes for Red Pepper magazine, and campaigns against the privatisation of the National Health Service in England with Keep Our NHS Public. Follow him on Twitter @alexnunns