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At Deepnews we love a good argument. Part of looking for quality writing and reporting is looking for quality arguments, implicit or explicit, made with solid supporting evidence.  Our model of course uses machine learning to search through thousands of sources to find the articles that we highlight, though others are looking to use the […]

Language, Reason and Building a Machine that Can Spot Fallacies

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“Vaccination” against misinformation. Is it enough?

But beyond the value of good information in and of itself, quality information can also help prevent the worst effects of misinformation. While these effects have been thoroughly studied, there is also the question of whether “inoculation” against bad information is enough to combat it.

Deepnews has transformed

This article originally appeared on the Monday Note. By Girish Gupta and Christopher Brennan Deepnews has transformed. We’re excited to announce an entirely new architecture — a new algorithm, API and online interface — that, for the first time, makes Deepnews accessible to anyone wanting to score a news article. Over the last four months, […]