Automated Live Fact-Checking
The Fact-Checking Army Waging War on Fake News
How the world gets its facts straight
Professors from UT-Arlington, UT-Dallas join forces to fight fake news
Interdisciplinary team to construct computer program to identify fake news
SXSW 2017: Embattled Journalism in Focus
Digital Democracy: government transparency website keeps track of state legislators
Fake news and fact-checking: Trump is demonstrating how to outsmart an AI
How do you solve fake news problem in the post-truth era?
A Heroic AI Will Let You Spy on Your Lawmakers’ Every Word
Fail and move on: Lessons from automated fact-checking experiments
Post-truth v tech: could machines help us call out politicians’ and journalists’ lies?
Journalism and the machines: what ClaimBuster told me about Australian politics
Report: Automated fact-checking is coming (and soon)
Automated Fact Checking: The Holy Grail of Political Communication
Is that a fact? Checking politicians' statements just got a whole lot easier
The Future of Political Fact-Checking
What would an automated future look like for verification in the newsroom?
Fact-checking 2.0: Teaching computers how to spot lies
Poynter and Duke to hold conference on automated fact-checking
Il fact-checking del futuro? Sempre più automatico
사실확인해주는 컴퓨터…기자들 친구될까
Graduate students work to help make voting process easier
UTA project will bust claims of candidates
New Software Developed at UTA Tracks Candidates Statements
Text detective can unmask the secret influencers behind US laws
The Prototype Fund just funded 20 amazing projects to revolutionise media
20 ideas receive support from Knight Prototype Fund for media and information projects
The ‘Holy Grail’ of computational fact checking – and what we can do in the meantime
In search of fact checking’s ‘Holy Grail’: News outlets might not get there alone
...ClaimBuster examines any transcript to find sentences that should be fact checked
A professor at the University of Texas explains to the Austin-American Statesman how his “Claim-Buster” software could work during presidential debates
Li, a University of Texas-Arlington professor, is getting closer to helping journalists determine which presidential debate statements warrant fact-checking
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