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Following the crowd: Users vulnerable to sharing low quality news with high likes and shares

Editor’s note: Deepnews.ai is a technology company, though we also like to look at conversations happening around the use of algorithms to highlight information online. This is one of the occasional posts we do about discussions happening on topics that we find interesting. By Christopher Brennan To share or not to share? While a lot […]

“It’s like an information collage:” Orestis Papakyriakopoulos on conspiracy theories and content moderation

Editor’s note: Deepnews.ai is a technology company, though we also like to look at conversations happening around the use of algorithms to highlight information online. This is one of the occasional posts we do speaking to someone with something to say on topics that we find interesting. By Christopher Brennan Conspiracy theories have become an […]

Aggregators, antitrust and Australia: A conversation with Prof. Rob Nicholls

Editor’s note: Deepnews.ai is a technology company, though we also like to look at conversations happening around the use of algorithms to highlight information online. This is one of the occasional posts we do speaking to someone with something to say on topics that we find interesting.By Christopher Brennan The way that readers get their […]

Provocative artist questions algorithms that turn us into “more ad revenue together”

Editor’s note: Deepnews.ai is a technology company, though we also like to look at conversations happening around the use of algorithms to highlight information online. This is one of the occasional posts we do speaking to someone with something to say on topics that we find interesting. By Christopher Brennan The conversation around the role […]

Deepnews.ai adds more newsletters for a total of 15!

Deepnews wants to bring you even more quality news! Starting today we are adding more newsletters to reach a grand total of 15, plus the weekly Digest. This latest batch (Economic Recovery, Education, Cities, Travel and Gen-Z to Boomers) depart a little bit from our tech focus and expand to subjects looking at the social […]

Deepnews.ai publishes white paper with FinScience on AI technologies for news analysis

Quality is not just important to Deepnews.ai, but important to businesses that work to understand the mass of information online such as FinScience. Giving a score to quality can be a valuable metric not just for readers, but for financial and media markets that need the best data. Deepnews.ai and FinScience decided to check out combining our approaches, […]

Five More Newsletters for Deepnews.ai

We are expanding our newsletter product line with five new topics covered. From now on, we are also focusing our free Deepnews Digest exclusively on the coverage of the COVID-19 pandemic. by Frederic Filloux There is no reason to stop expanding. Especially if you are already decentralized. At Deepnews.ai we are spread between Bordeaux (France), Brussels, […]