In a world where we are constantly bombarded with information, it can be difficult to distinguish fact from fiction. This is particularly hard during election campaigns, when we are reliant on our politicians to give us the facts to make informed decisions for our future. Unfortunately, being 'economical with the truth' appears to be part of politicians' tactics to get elected. Help could be at hand with an automated fact-checking application called 'Truth Teller', developed by The Washington Post.
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This Research Focus provides tools, research and the original data you need to evaluate your current awareness provision and plot where you are in the movement towards intelligence systems. (October - December 2018).
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