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Fake News and Misinformation: Fact Checking

“Information is only as reliable as the people who are receiving it. If readers do not change or improve their ability to seek out and identify reliable information sources, the information environment will not improve.”

                                                                                                                       -Julia Koller, A Learning Solutions Leading Developer

                                                                                                                                          Pew Research Center

Sources for Fact Checking

  • -  designed to detect deepfake videos or, simply, any fake content in the areas of visual and audio communication

  • FotoForensics - Identifies parts of an image that may have been modified after the image's creation. 

  • Google Reverse Image Search - reverse search an image to identify the creator, similar images, and other instances of use online.

  • Image Edited - upload an image to test if it has been edited or photoshopped.

  • TinEye Reserve Image Search - use an image URL or upload the image to other uses of the image online.

  • WeVerify - detects deepfake social media and web content using machine learning and AI algorithms, facial recognition software, and a blockchain-based public database of exposed fakes. 


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