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WVU Students Experiment with Artificial Intelligence to Detect Fake News

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The WVU Reed College of Media, in collaboration with computer science students and faculty at the WVU Benjamin M. Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources, is hosting an artificial intelligence course at its Media Innovation Center that includes two projects focused on using AI to detect and combat fake news articles.

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Buyer Beware: Southeastern Faculty Tackle Trend of 'Fake News'

Members of the communication faculty at Southeastern Louisiana University tackled questions about the term "fake news" at a panel discussion sponsored by the university’s Sims Memorial Library and Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society.

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Three Myths about Latino Immigrants That It’s Time to Bust

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Millennials in PR Feel Unprepared to Give Companies Advice on Ethical Dilemmas at Work, Study Finds

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Millennials pursuing careers in public relations don’t feel ready to give advice on moral dilemmas to their companies. In fact, they don’t expect to face ethical dilemmas at work, according to a Baylor University study.

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Why We Fall for Fake News and How to Avoid It

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Houston Chronicle Reporter Brian M. Rosenthal Wins USC Annenberg’s 2017 Selden Ring Award

Brian M. Rosenthal of the Houston Chronicle has won the 2017 Selden Ring Award for Investigative Reporting for his seven-part series revealing that Texas state educators systematically denied special education services to hundreds of thousands of schoolchildren with developmental, intellectual and physical disabilities.

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Temple University Experts Can Discuss Trump's Immigration Policies and Their Coverage in the Media

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Fake News and Social Media: Virginia Tech Expert Available to Discuss Impact on Beliefs

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Wikipedia Readers Get Shortchanged by Copyrighted Material

When Google Books digitized 40 years worth of copyrighted and out-of-copyright issues of Baseball Digest magazine, Wikipedia editors realized they had scored. Suddenly they had access to pages and pages of player information from a new source. Yet not all information could be used equally: citations to out-of-copyright issues increased 135 percent more than issues still subject to copyright restrictions, according to a new Berkeley-Haas study.

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Reuters Media Award to Boost Sustainable Ag Coverage

Through May 31, 2017, The Thomas Reuters Foundation and Barilla Center for Food & Nutrition are calling all journalists, bloggers, freelancers, and individuals covering a variety of food issues to enter for a chance to win nearly US$11,000, an all-expenses paid media training program, and access to an audience one billion strong.







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