Fabio Chiusi

Project Manager

Photo: Julia Bornkessel, CC BY 4.0
Fabio is project lead for the Tracing The Tracers project at AlgorithmWatch, where he previously managed the 2020 edition of the Automating Society report. After a decade in tech reporting, he worked as a consultant and assistant researcher in data and politics (Tactical Tech), and AI in journalism (Polis LSE). He coordinated the ‘Persuasori Social’ report on regulating political campaigns on social media for the PuntoZero Project, and worked as a tech-policy staffer within the Chamber of Deputies of the Italian Parliament during the current legislation. A Fellow at the Nexa Center for Internet & Society in Turin, he is Adjunct Professor at the University of San Marino, teaching ‘Journalism and New Media’ and ‘Publishing and digital media’. He is the author of several essays on technology and society, the latest being ‘Io non sono qui. Visioni e inquietudini da un futuro presente’ (DeA Planeta, 2018). He writes as a tech-policy reporter at the collective blog ValigiaBlu.

Articles for AlgoritmWatch

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Analysis, 8 July 2021

Digital contact tracing apps: do they actually work? A review of early evidence

Digital contact tracing apps: do they actually work? A review of early evidence

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Analysis, 9 May 2021

In Italy, general practitioners and some regions adopt COVID-19 vaccine prioritization algorithms

In Italy, general practitioners and some regions adopt COVID-19 vaccine prioritization algorithms

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Publication, 29 March 2021

Analysis: Digital vaccine certificates – global patchwork, little transparency

Analysis: Digital vaccine certificates – global patchwork, little transparency

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Story, 16 September 2020

In Italy, an appetite for face recognition in football stadiums

In Italy, an appetite for face recognition in football stadiums

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