Open educational tools/strategies/sources for fact checking by Citizens around the World


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chat bot Olympics 2023

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misinformation, tutorial GPT (Generative Pre-trained Transformer), tools for WEBINT (web intelligence) and debunking, fact-checking practices

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Research authors' skills on RESEARCH GATE

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Chatbots can predict the future.

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Verification of images and videos in the fight against misinformation with TinEye

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CONSIDER YOUR BIAS. Recognize that personal beliefs and interests can influence judgment.

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To spot misinformation and misleading information, ask 2023: WHERE DOES IT COME FROM?

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Ensure that information comes from reliable and authoritative sources.

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Chatbots are always reliable and truthful.

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Chatbots are able to accurately answer any question.

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CHATBOT as a CO-DESIGNER? AI assists during the design process.

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Verification of images and videos in the fight against misinformation with App Serelay

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Verification of images and videos in the fight against misinformation with InVID Verification

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Check the date and location of news to see if it's updated.

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Chatbots cannot be used to manipulate people.

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Chatbots cannot be used to spread misinformation.

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Evaluate answers critically 2023: Do not accept the chatbot's answers as absolute truth.

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