Fighting Fake News And Disinformation With Narrative Corrections

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There are three things that are evidentially wrong with our world right now: First, across the globe we see a polarization of opinions in people of different political and ideological camps that has widened the gap between dissenting world views. Second, we have the rise of information bubbles that act as echo chambers and amplify biases. Finally, we have an obvious, perceived…




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