Angela Misri

Angela Misri is a Toronto journalist and novelist and worked at the CBC for 14 years before becoming the Digital Director for The Walrus. She writes for many different media groups including the Globe and Mail, CBC, The Walrus, Global TV, and is the author of seven fiction novels. She is currently an assistant professor in the School of Journalism at TMU and her research includes the ethics of using AI to create journalism and the effect on newsroom work.

Angela Misri


Misri, A. (2024). Poisoning an already poisoned wellAI &

Misri, A. (2023). Newsroom NotesFacts and Frictions: Emerging Debates, Pedagogies and Practices in Journalism Education, 3 (1), 135-138. doi: 10.22215/ff/v3.i1.15

Windhorst, U., Kirmayer, D., Soibelman, F., Misri, A., & Rose, R. A. (1996). Effects of neurochemically excited group III–IV muscle afferents on motoneuron afterhyperpolarizationNeuroscience76(3), 915–929.

May 2023: AI Ethics paper submitted for publication, at the 2023 JRP Conference and Montreal Unstable Diffusions conference in May 2023

On the Editorial Board for April Lindgren’s News for the Data Hub project:

Member of Nicole Blanchett’s XJO projects: