Google introduces a system that fights fake news

Google introduces a system that fights fake news

Google has agreed to fund a project to automatically control fake news. FullFact has announced it has been awarded € 50,000 by technology giant Digital News

In a statement FullFact explained that the system will have two main features.
One will inform readers that the reporting is fact-based and substantiated.
The other method will automatically search the searches using the Natural Language Processin which according to FullFact has never been done before.
The project, which is also funded by two small UK companies, Bytemark and Flax, aims to fight fake news portals, especially political news.

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Google has already shown us many times the various ways it is thinking of combating fake news but has now combined all these methods into one easily readable document that is presented at a security conference.
Google is not very open about how it enables so many search results to be generated in such a short time. In the current situation, where the fake news trend is widespread and we hear the term "fake news" everywhere, Google has presented its solution at a security conference in Munich.
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Eliminating fake information from Search, News, and YouTube is not an easy feat, but 20 years of fighting traditional spam certainly helps. Each of these three segments of Google has its own technique to block fake news.
Before embarking on the approach that Google uses to manage these platforms, we must understand that Google defines spurious information as information that is distributed knowing it is untrue by the creator, “in the hope that others will take it for granted. or to create strife in society. ”
According to this document, Google Search and News use algorithms without any human intervention when generating results. The behaviors of the user receiving these results are analyzed and some are required to evaluate the quality and usefulness of the results. This feedback is used to improve the results on websites and news articles. CEO Sundar Pichai has already told us the same information before Congress when the company was accused of manipulating political research results.
An important fact about Google's algorithms is that they "do not make a subjective analysis of the authenticity of websites." Instead, only measurable and verifiable data is used to give them some confidence.
Once a web site meets enough of Google's criteria to be considered legitimate and of good quality, it is given priority in results. Google News imposes even stricter rules on what will appear because the timeline plays an important role in ranking the results. All news written on a given day that Google is booming can be used to decide which topics are considered most relevant.

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