CMV and CAV have partnered with Jigsaw’s Perspective API for moderation tools research.
This is a compilation of media in which Change A View and Change My View have been mentioned.
- BBC, “Change A View: One Scottish man’s idea to fix the broken world of online debate,” June 2019.
- BoingBoing.net, “Reddit’s wonderful “Change My View” forum launches its own independent website,” April 2019.
- Engadget, “Reddit’s ‘Change My View’ community becomes a dedicated site (It even has the backing of Alphabet’s tech incubator),” April 2019.
- Wired Magazine, “‘Change My View’ Reddit Community Launches Its Own Website,” April 2019.
- Buzzfeed News, “After The Proliferation Of The New Zealand Shooting Video, Reddit Has Banned Two Channels Showing Human Death,” March 2019. (note: CMV was not one of the banned subreddits.)
- PC Magazine, “Jigsaw Chrome Extension Tunes Out Internet Toxicity,” March 2019.
- The Atlantic, “Civil Discourse Exists in This Small Corner of the Internet,” December 2018.
- New York Times, “How to Be More Empathetic,” January 2019.
- Rationally Speaking Podcast, “Kal Turnbull on Change My View,” April 2018.
- Wired Magazine, “Our Best Hope for Civil Discourse Online Is on … Reddit,” January 2018.
- NPR, “Change My View On Reddit Helps People Challenge Their Own Opinions,” January 2017.
- Washington Post, “How to change someone’s mind, according to science,” February 2016
- You Are Not So Smart Podcast, “The Backfire Effect,” June 2011.
The subreddit has a Wiki for all research mentioning CMV.