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At EUNOMIA we are developing a platform which answers:

📍 Which social media user is the original source of a piece of info?

📍 How this information has spread and has been modified?

📍 How likely is the info to be trustworthy?

The 2nd Eunomia newsletter is out: "The challenge of the Infodemic"

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The 2nd Eunomia newsletter is out: "The challenge of the Infodemic"

mailchi.mp/f4bced0486d7/eunomi

Please subscribe to receive our latest news and activities!

I'm in the New York Times today talking about bots and disinformation. And how the Great Bot Scourge is mostly exaggerated and misunderstood.

nytimes.com/2020/06/16/science

Be mindful of your emotions when reading a post. Anger makes you susceptible to partisanship and spreading . Here's a CGP Grey video on the topic:

youtube.com/watch?v=rE3j_RHkqJ

Does an article or post urge you to share? Take a moment to think why.

Check-out Infotagion, an independent, expert fact-checking service for ().

Sourced from WHO, UK and other official government advice.

infotagion.com

is also spread by your closest circle of friends and family! Listen to The Guardian’s media editor, Jim Waterson on the "Coronavirus: why are your parents sending you so much fake news?"

theguardian.com/news/audio/202

Good morning! The Vienna workshop will begin soon

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