It's no exaggeration to say that fake news is the scourge of our time. But figuring out which tales are true and which are out-and-out dishonest is no small feat. Of course, you can always turn to fact checkers like Snopes or Politifact, but they work on a story-by-story basis. Now, thanks to a new method from MIT, you can cut the problem off at the source.
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Written by Reuben Westmaas November 10, 2018
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