ATC and Athena Research Center’s Institute for Language and Speech Processing (ILSP) are developing tools to fight disinformation.
ATC joins AI4Media, delivering the next generation of core AI technologies to serve the Media sector
ATC confirms once more its leading role in developing novel technological tools for media organizations, journalists, and fact-checkers to tackle disinformation, by participating in the project AI4Media.
Truly Media verification platform was selected by the European Digital Media Observatory as a key tool for fighting disinformation.
Truly Media will be used for the coverage of the Myanmar 2020 General Elections, and in the project ‘Myth Detector Laboratory for Media Literacy’.
The Social Observatory for Disinformation and Social Media Analysis will be participating in the “Disinformation in Cyberspace: Media literacy meets Artificial Intelligence” conference, during the 3rd Media Literacy Week.
The European Science-Media Hub is now using Truly Media, in order to provide evidence-based information and better science communication to all.
In association with Pagella Politica, the SOMA project is ready to land at the International Journalism Festival in Perugia, on 3-7 April 2019.
On March 20th, SOMA organizes in Milan the one-day high-level workshop “Disinformation Across Borders and How to Fight It. “