Social Media Lie Detector Helps Journalists Suss Out Online Rumors

Social Media Lie Detector Helps Journalists Suss Out Online Rumors
technology

Researchers are holding social media accountable for the validity of public comments and live posts.

Serena Chu
  • 21 february 2014

Social media has become a handy tool for people to share events when formal news portals have limited access, but sometimes it can be difficult to distinguish valid posts from rumored ones. In response to this growing phenomena, researchers are planning for a social media lie detector that will analyze the nature of online posts in real-time.

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