1) Understanding of the transformations that the thinking of the human being is suffering in the new digital and hyperconnected context and the possible consequences of artificial intelligence. Ability to analyze research around artificial intelligence applied to communication and journalism.
2) Knowledge of the new ways of disseminating and propagating misinformation, hate speech and the characteristics of the post-truth era. Different approaches and research methods on these topics.
3) Knowledge of new journalistic contents, narratives and digital formats. Immersive journalism, data journalism, interactive and multimedia. Ability to design research on these topics (together with the knowledge acquired in the subjects of research methodology).
4) Capacity for adaptation and flexibility in a changing world, where the parameters of the past have given way to new ways of thinking, of consuming information, sharing it and telling stories.