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"Liar, Liar Pants on Fire": A New Benchmark Dataset for Fake News Detection
In this paper, we present liar: a new, publicly available dataset for fake news detection.
A simple but tough-to-beat baseline for the Fake News Challenge stance detection task
Identifying public misinformation is a complicated and challenging task.
Explainable Tsetlin Machine framework for fake news detection with credibility score assessment
The proliferation of fake news, i. e., news intentionally spread for misinformation, poses a threat to individuals and society.
Unsupervised Dense Information Retrieval with Contrastive Learning
In this work, we explore the limits of contrastive learning as a way to train unsupervised dense retrievers and show that it leads to strong performance in various retrieval settings.
Fact Checking in Community Forums
Community Question Answering (cQA) forums are very popular nowadays, as they represent effective means for communities around particular topics to share information.
Fake News Detection on Social Media using Geometric Deep Learning
One of the main reasons is that often the interpretation of the news requires the knowledge of political or social context or 'common sense', which current NLP algorithms are still missing.
Automatic Fact-guided Sentence Modification
This is a challenging constrained generation task, as the output must be consistent with the new information and fit into the rest of the existing document.
Evaluating the Factual Consistency of Abstractive Text Summarization
Currently used metrics for assessing summarization algorithms do not account for whether summaries are factually consistent with source documents.
CheckThat! at CLEF 2020: Enabling the Automatic Identification and Verification of Claims in Social Media
Finally, the lab offers a fifth task that asks to predict the check-worthiness of the claims made in English political debates and speeches.
COVID-19 on Social Media: Analyzing Misinformation in Twitter Conversations
The analysis is presented and updated on a publically accessible dashboard (https://usc-melady. github. io/COVID-19-Tweet-Analysis) to track the nature of online discourse and misinformation about COVID-19 on Twitter from March 1 - June 5, 2020.