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Re: The Best Defense Against Fake News in Social Media
Posted by: Rob Enderle 2018-06-26 01:25:49
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IBM just showcased Project Debater, and it just won against a top human debater using actual facts. We need the production version of this tool yesterday. Fake news is getting worse. We have always had issues with politicians and con artists trying to convince us down is up and to get us to do things that, were we informed, we'd never do. It won't be long before criminals will be using artificial intelligence tied to information they have bought from a social network to better take our hard-earned cash from us or change our government.


Re: The Best Defense Against Fake News in Social Media
Posted by: dnpate 2018-07-05 21:00:21 In reply to: Rob Enderle
The ibm program does not seem to solve the problem as it depends on information gleaned from information put out from human sources. To imply that only the conservatives use fake news is rather asinine.

Re: The Best Defense Against Fake News in Social Media
Posted by: borisaman 2018-06-30 01:37:22 In reply to: Rob Enderle
hahahaha, funny! Social media is for idiots. There is nothing social about it either, it creates bubbles of idiots all believing the same fake news rubbish. Social media is where most of this fake rubbish comes from. Using social media for news is like turning on the TV for news, all fake
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