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Fabula AI is using social spread to spot ‘fake news’ – TechCrunch

UK startup Fabula AI reckons it’s devised a way for artificial intelligence to help user generated content platforms get on…

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Facebook is not equipped to stop the spread of authoritarianism – TechCrunch

After the driver of a speeding bus ran over and killed two college students in Dhaka in July, student protesters…

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TikTok parent ByteDance sues Chinese news site that exposed fake news problem – TechCrunch

There’s worrying news from China’s online media world as ByteDance, the $75 billion company behind popular video app TikTok is…