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24th World Press Freedom Canada International Editorial Cartoon Contest

Theme: Artificial Intelligence: Yes or No?

The 24th World Press Freedom Canada International Editorial Cartoon Competition
The theme for the 24th International Editorial Cartoon Competition is:

Artificial Intelligence: Yes or No?
Some believe that artificial intelligence (AI) will solve all our problems while it inspires apocalyptic talk in others.

AI can help journalists gather information, but “deep fakes” and voice simulators capable of generating believable audio segments, can sow doubt about the authenticity of content and put democracy at risk.

On the other hand, some politicians brandish the term “fake news” to denounce opposing opinions or deny reality.

Finally, using AI to generate illustrations on demand robs artists of their work and infringes on their copyright.

Fortunately, AI hasn’t yet figured the number of fingers on one hand.

Competition rules
Three prizes will be awarded:

First prize worth $1500 plus a Certificate from the Canadian Commission for UNESCO
Second prize worth $750
Third prize worth $500
All sums are in Canadian dollars.

Ten additional cartoons will receive an Award of Excellence, which are not remunerated.

Only one cartoon may be submitted by each participant, either in colour or black and white, but must not have won an award previously. World Press Freedom Canada reserves the right to use the winning cartoons for promotion of the Cartoon Competition.

The winners of the Cartoon Competition will be announced at our annual Awards Luncheon on Thursday, May 2, 2024, and will be advised by e-mail.

The winner’s names and their cartoons will be posted on our website.

The deadline for reception of the cartoon is 11:59 p.m. (Eastern Daylight Saving Time), Friday, April 5, 2024.

Please submit your cartoons inthis link

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