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Shifting Attention To Accuracy Can Reduce Misinformation Online
Subtly shifting attention to accuracy increases the quality of news that people subsequently share. Read more at MIT Media Lab.
Researchers Warn That Social Media May be ‘Fundamentally at Odds’ with Science
Social media in its current form may well be fundamentally broken for the purposes of presenting and disseminating facts and reason. Read more at TechCrunch.
Fact-Checking Covid-19 Posts Isn’t Working. There’s a Better Way.
Facebook and Twitter could harness crowdsourcing to elevate the stories most likely to be true rather than those most likely to be shared. Read more at Bloomberg.