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Facebook is Now Fact-Checking Photos

11 days ago   |   By Peta Pixel

Facebook is making it a priority these days to fight misinformation being spread on its social network, and the company has just announced that it's now fact-checking photos and videos being shared by users.
27 third-party fact-checking partners in 17 countries around the world had already been tasked with reviewing articles over the past 2 years, but now their workload has been increased to verifying the truthfulness of visual content as well.
Facebook says that its first line of defense is artificial intelligence: machine learning is used to identify potentially false content using...
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