Looking for Fakes!
- 97% success in highlighting fake images vs real ones on Twitter after Hurricane Sandy (Gupta et al., 2013)
- Wang’s dataset can be used to contribute to a text-based deep learning model for fake news identification (Wang, 2017)
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