Join us for I Annotate 2021, an all-virtual conference from Monday 21 to Friday 25 June 2021. In the limbo of uncertainty last year, we forewent holding I Annotate in 2020. Now we’re back! Join us for the eighth annual gathering of educators, scholars, researchers, publishers, journalists, fact-checkers, and technologists engaged with open annotation [...]
Hypothesis just reached its 10 millionth annotation. Half of those have happened in the last year.
Hypothesis records 8 million annotations after widespread use of our LMS app in higher education.
Recording a million annotations every quarter, Hypothesis is now seeing exponential growth year over year, powered by educational use.
Watch Gardner Campbell's keynote and explore annotation's role in education, journalism, publishing, and scholarship after 30 years of web history at the seventh annual I Annotate conference.
Continuing our remarkable growth, Hypothesis recorded its five millionth annotation in March 2019.
Acknowledgement of uncertainty is one of the core principles of rational inquiry. We're more likely to trust news sources that signal their credibility by upholding that principle. If news aggregators can detect and process that signal at scale, they can help me separate the wheat from the chaff. But how will we teach them to do that?
Explore all the proceedings from I Annotate 2018, the sixth annual conference for annotation technologies and practices.
2017 was a landmark year for Hypothesis and open annotation. Catch up on a year's worth of annotation news and learn more about the latest progress in our mission to enable a conversation over the world's knowledge.
Originally written for MisinfoCon, Jon Udell from Hypothesis explores using annotation across what he calls "the annotated web" to empower fact-checking and combat fake news.