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Resource ID: #926
Subject: 117
Source: 2199Alexios Mantzarlis, Bill Adair
Affiliation: Duke University, International Fact-Checking Network
Date: 2016



With small staffs and an ocean of false claims to verify, fact-checkers in France, the U.K., the U.S. and elsewhere are experimenting with automation in different stages of the fact-checking process. Tools have been built to find check-worthy claims, track false claims in the news and social media, automatically annotate false claims and pair them with fact checks published elsewhere. How far are we from a "holy grail" of entirely automated fact-checking? What can we do in the meantime? And how can developments in this field help investigative reporters in their work?

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