Squash, Gardener and the Future of AI in Political Fact-checking
Tuesday, October 20 | 4:30-6:00 PM
Professors Jun Yang (computer science) and Bill Adair (journalism and public policy) will discuss their work in automated fact-checking. For the past five years, Jun and Bill have worked together in a variety of Bass Connections, NSF and foundation-supported projects that have broken new ground in instant fact-checking of political speeches and debates. They’ll discuss their progress and the challenges they’ve had.
Please join us! Registration is at: https://training.oit.duke.edu/enroll/common/show/21/175293
Recent related news:
- We still need humans: https://www.niemanlab.org/2020/07/a-lesson-in-automated-journalism-bring-back-the-humans/
- Humans and the bot: https://www.poynter.org/fact-checking/2020/how-the-duke-reporters-lab-used-the-political-conventions-to-perfect-its-automated-fact-checking-program/
- MediaReview, a new tagging system for fake videos and images, being developed with Facebook and Google: https://www.niemanlab.org/2020/01/is-this-video-missing-context-transformed-or-edited-this-effort-wants-to-standardize-how-we-categorize-visual-misinformation/