Sometimes it can be hard to tell the real news from the fake news.
But language researchers are building tools that can detect deception online. And they’re working on detecting satire. Can their system spot the fakes better than you can?
Daniel, Ben, and Kylie are getting real on this episode of Talk the Talk.
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Gender neutral version of French sparks backlash
Separating fact from fiction using a ‘fake news’ algorithm
Rubin: On Deception and Deception Detection: Content Analysis of Computer-Mediated Stated Beliefs (PDF, paywall)
Apple Unveils Sleek New Tax Haven
Rubin et al.: Fake News or Truth? Using Satirical Cues to Detect Potentially Misleading News (PDF)
What is the #MeToo campaign?
After More Than 500K Women Tweeted #MeToo, Men Are Responding With 4 Words
Guys, it’s our turn.
— Benjamin Law 🌈 (@mrbenjaminlaw) 16 October 2017
I’m Ready to Say ‘Me Too’—Now Men Need to Say ‘I’m Sorry’
An activist, a little girl and the heartbreaking origin of ‘Me too’
Rochester Launches New Inquiry Into Harassment Accusations
Professor accused of sexual harassment plunges university into scandal
Scientists to begin sending messages to aliens, despite warnings that it could trigger Earth’s destruction
Wikipedia: Arecibo message
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