Fake news generated by artificial intelligence can be convincing enough to trick even experts
The results of a new study could set off an AI arms race between misinformation generators and detectors.
Priyanka Ranade, The Conversation, Anupam Joshi, The Conversation & Tim Finin, The Conversation
Instead of blaming the producers of vaccine misinformation, we should help its consumers
A study shows that most health misinformation online comes from real people and not bots.
Adam Dunn, The Conversation
Trump’s lies about fraud in the US election highlight the dangers of disinformation in a democracy
Even after Joe Biden takes office, millions of Republican supporters will continue to believe the election was illegitimate.
Chris Tenove, The Conversation & Spencer McKay, The Conversation
Why 1992 is the year the song changed in India
How caste certificates in India make or break dreams
Why the idea of JNU is still worth fighting for
In the story of Sindhi migration, Canary Islands played a small but important role
Shrikant Tyagi’s family given 48-hour ultimatum to remove trees they planted in Noida society
Educated Indians are more wary of technology’s role in spreading fake news, finds study
However, those with higher education levels also acknowledge the benefits of technology.
Aria Thaker, qz.com
India's power crisis is being caused by coal shortage, right? Not exactly
Tata and Adani power plants have stopped generating power after their tariff-hike requests were blocked.