Elizabeth Dubois (PhD, University of Oxford) is an assistant professor in the Department of Communications at the University of Ottawa and Fellow at the Public Policy Forum of Canada. Her work examines the political uses of digital media, including media manipulation, citizen engagement, and artificial intelligence. She leads a multi-disciplinary team that includes political scientists, computer scientists, and communication scholars. Dubois collaborates internationally with non-profits, technology companies, journalists, and academics. Her public writing has appeared in Maclean's, The Globe and Mail, the Toronto Star, Policy Options, The Conversation, Salon and has been featured in many others. You can follow her on Twitter, or online or review her latest academic article, entitled The Echo Chamber is Overstated.