Applications are now open for the 2024/2025 Pulitzer Center’s AI Accountability Fellowship Programme. The Pulitzer Center is now accepting applications for its third cohort (2024-2025) of Artificial Intelligence (AI) Accountability Fellowships.

Through the AI Accountability Fellowships, the Pulitzer Center aims to support in-depth, high-impact reporting projects that document and explain the opportunities, harms, and regulatory and labor issues surrounding AI systems. The Fellowship program provides selected journalists with financial support, a community of peers, mentorship, and training to pursue in-depth reporting projects that interrogate how AI systems are funded, built, and deployed by corporations, governments, and other powerful actors.


  • The Pulitzer Center is recruiting eight to ten journalists from anywhere in the world to report on the impacts of algorithmic and automated systems in their communities.
  • Staff or freelance journalists working on a wide range of platforms, including print, radio, video, and multimedia.
  • Team players with the experience and/or ability to work collaboratively across newsrooms and borders.
  • Reporters with a deep interest in how AI impacts the world, and why this issue matters to our global well-being.
  • Reporters willing to participate in outreach activities related to their investigations, such as events at schools and universities.
  • Reporters can be based anywhere. The Fellowships are remote.


  • The ten-months-long Fellowship starts in September 2024.
  • Journalists selected as AI Accountability Fellows will be provided up to $20,000 to pursue their reporting projects.
  • Funds can be used to pay for records requests, travel expenses, data analysis, and stipends, among other costs. In addition, the Fellows will have access to mentors from different fields and relevant training with a group of peers that will help strengthen their reporting projects.

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