Tech companies create tools to help news receivers distinguish facts from disinformation.


In the age of news and information It appears to be overwhelming from a wide variety of sources, especially from online media, and from the spread of misinformation, distorting, or intentional misrepresentation.

It is more difficult to find accurate and reliable information.
As John Gable, co-founder and CEO of, noted that, by nature, we all have our own bias. Is a ดาวน์โหลด slotxo tendency to think or believe according to the information received According to the previous experience And from the interpretation to understand various matters Including from things that we may not know or understand

And this becomes even more of a problem, especially at critical times or for certain important matters where there is a wide selection of information and information available, and sometimes this information may not always be accurate, whether it is the result of the dissemination of information that Or

John Sand, Knight Foundation's director of learning and impact, said 80% of Americans are now concerned that distorted information will affect upcoming elections. And from the problems that come from fake news, or from the dissemination of information that has been distorted, or even information that is intentionally selected incompletely and out of the context it should be, It now has a US technology business. At least two of them tried to provide tools to help recipients better compare and distinguish these information.

Harleen Cor, Ground News CEO, is an example of an effort to help news recipients decide if the information they receive is correct or distorted, with Ground News being an app and a website. This could be called the world's first platform to compare news coverage by processing the same reporting sources for recipients to compare. In addition, there is a classification and stance of each media for the recipients to consider, ranging from left to right.



For example, Ground News lists The New Yorker and NBC magazines as left or progressive, CNN and Los Angeles Times are more left-handed. USA Today, CBS News and Al Jazeera are in the middle category. While the British Daily Mail and the US media Fox News are right-wing or conservative media types.

Likewise, is another platform that helps identify the media's political stance or idea, such as conservative, progressive or neutral, for the audience to take into account.

But while various platforms or applications It may help the recipient of the news to compare content, including aspects of presentation, how different they are to make their own decisions. Assistant Professor Samir Indiana University's Patil, who conducted a research on the user experience of the media, suggested that Even helping to make ratings, media, content reporters Which is external information that may help to compare and distinguish part of the information

But it is more important to ask yourself questions before convincing or sharing the information received. The question of whether this may start from the doubt that this news has a chance or not. And is there any other reason or factor to make the story that we see Either from the mainstream or social media. It's not true

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