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Researchers are working on a lie detector to sniff out false tweets

20
Feb
2014

Sure, some less-than-true statements on Twitter are innocuous, but the social media networks vast audience means it has huge potential to spread inaccurate, even dangerous, information. Citing examples like the 2011 London riots and accusations of vote-rigging during Kenyan elections, researchers at the University of Sheffield have introduced the concept of a lie detector to analyze information shared on Twitter and other sites.

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