Fighting disinformation through human, crowd and artificial intelligence
Room L4, 05/12/2018 (16:30-17:15)
This session, positioned within the theme of “Inspiring a digital society”, aims to bring together participants with an interest in the highly important topic of online disinformation. It will feature a number of experts presenting the latest scientific and technological advances that can help mitigate it, and propose solutions and initiatives that tackle information manipulation.
Key questions to be discussed include the definition and types of disinformation, case studies and lessons learned from past incidents; tools and services that can be used for debunking misleading online content and inaccurate information; latest scientific advances from the fields of artificial intelligence, web mining, big data, multimedia forensics, and social network analysis that can help tackle the problem; and open challenges and future research directions.
- Opening remarks, Symeon Papadopoulos (CERTH)
- The InVID project: In Video Veritas – Verification of social media video content for the news industry (H2020 project finishing on 31 Dec 2018), Vasileios Mezaris (CERTH)
- The InVID verification plugin: an open platform of tools to verify videos, pictures and debunk disinformation, Denis Teyssou (AFP)
- Truly Media – a platform for collaborative verification of digital content - and its role in the European Disinformation Observatory, Nikos Sarris (ATC) & Jochen Spangenberg (DW)
- WeVerify: Wider and Enhanced Verification for You (new H2020 project), Zlatina Marinova (OntoText)
- Session Agenda (329 KB)
Organised by: Symeon PAPADOPOULOS (Center for Research and Technology Hellas, Information Technologies Institute (ITI), Greece)
- Artificial Intelligence
- Big Data
- Deep tech
- Digital skills
- Trust and privacy
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