HateLab featured in The Guardian
Coronavirus is the latest justification for extremism on the internet.
HateLab research featured in ITV News special report
Professor Matt Williams and Sefa Ozalp comment on regulating hate speech and the potential power of counter-narratives
HateLab and law firm Mishcon de Reya publish online hate speech report
New report reveals ways to measure and combat online hate and calls for tougher regulation
Online Hate Speech Predicts Hate Crimes on the Streets
An increase in hate speech on social media leads to more crimes against minorities in the physical world, HateLab study shows.
HateLab research featured in ITV Brexit documentary
HateLab findings on the relationship between Brexit related newspaper headlines and online hate speech feature in ITV's Exposure
HateLab findings on BBC One’s Panorama documentary on Brexit-related Hate Crime
HateLab research forms key evidence in BBC Panorama’s ‘Hate on the Streets’
HateLab places 1st in Hate Speech measurement task at SemEval 2019
HateLab has won 1st place in the Hate Speech measurement task at the International Workshop on Semantic Evaluation, sponsored by SIGLEX and Microsoft.
ESRC and US DoJ Award Grants to Establish HateLab
HateLab will focus on using data science methods, including ethical forms of AI, to measure and counter the problem of hate both online and offline.
New Grant to Study Brexit-related Hate Crime
HateLab has been awarded a grant under the Economic and Social Research Council's Governance After Brexit call
New AI to Monitor Anti-Polish Hate on Social Media
HateLab has partnered with tech start-up Samurai Labs to monitor anti-Polish social media posts around the UK's exit from the EU
Police need to focus on first 24 hours following terrorist event to ‘de-escalate’ online hate speech
Intervention by police within the first 24 hours of a terrorist event could be key to de-escalating and halting the spread of cyberhate, according to a new study by HateLab