257 papers with code • 1 benchmarks • 38 datasets
The proliferation of fake news, i. e., news intentionally spread for misinformation, poses a threat to individuals and society.
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.
While misinformation and disinformation have been thriving in social media for years, with the emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic, the political and the health misinformation merged, thus elevating the problem to a whole new level and giving rise to the first global infodemic.
Training these machine learning models require datasets of sufficient scale, diversity and quality.
Exposing Influence Campaigns in the Age of LLMs: A Behavioral-Based AI Approach to Detecting State-Sponsored Trolls
The detection of state-sponsored trolls operating in influence campaigns on social media is a critical and unsolved challenge for the research community, which has significant implications beyond the online realm.