Identifying Fake News from the Variables that Governs the Spread of Fake News
Dordevic, M., Pourghomi, P. and Safieddine, F. 2020. Identifying Fake News from the Variables that Governs the Spread of Fake News. SMAP 2020: 15th International Workshop on Semantic and Social Media Adaptation and Personalization. Zakynthos, GR 29 - 30 Oct 2020 IEEE.
|Authors||Dordevic, M., Pourghomi, P. and Safieddine, F.|
Several researchers have attempted to investigate the processes that govern and support the spread of fake news. This paper collates and identifies these variables. This paper then categorises these variables based on three key players that are involved in the process: Users, Content, and Social Networks. The authors conducted an extensive review of the literature and a reflection on the key variables that are involved in the process. The paper has identified a total of twenty-seven variables. Then the paper presents a series of tasks to mitigate or eliminate these variables in a holistic process that could be automated to reduce or eliminate fake news propagation. Finally, the paper suggests further research into testing the method in lab conditions.
|Conference||SMAP 2020: 15th International Workshop on Semantic and Social Media Adaptation and Personalization|
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|Accepted||16 Jun 2020|
|Deposited||03 Jul 2020|
|Copyright holder||© 2020 IEEE|
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