Fake News Detection on Social Media: A Data Mining Perspective

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Shu, Kai; Sliva, Amy; Wang, Suhang; Tang, Jiliang; Liu, Huan;
  • Subject: Computer Science - Social and Information Networks | Computer Science - Artificial Intelligence | H.2.8

Social media for news consumption is a double-edged sword. On the one hand, its low cost, easy access, and rapid dissemination of information lead people to seek out and consume news from social media. On the other hand, it enables the wide spread of "fake news", i.e., ... View more
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