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‘Fake news’: Incorrect, but hard to correct. The role of cognitive ability on the impact of false information on social impressions (LVL 4)

‘Fake news’: Incorrect, but hard to correct. The role of cognitive ability on the impact of false information on social impressions (LVL 4)

‘Fake news’: Incorrect, but hard to correct. The role of cognitive ability on the impact of false information on social impressionsThe present experiment (N=390) examined how people adjust their judgment…

Google think tank’s report on white supremacy says little about YouTube’s role in people driven to extremism (LVL 4)

Google think tank’s report on white supremacy says little about YouTube’s role in people driven to extremism (LVL 4)

Google think tank’s report on white supremacy says little about YouTube’s role in people driven to extremismA Google-funded report examines the relationship between white supremacists and the internet, but it…

Is Facebook Doing Enough To Stop Racial Bias In AI? (LVL 4)

Is Facebook Doing Enough To Stop Racial Bias In AI? (LVL 4)

Is Facebook Doing Enough To Stop Racial Bias In AI?After recently announcing Equity and Inclusion teams to investigate racial bias across their platforms, and undergoing a global advertising boycott over…

Discrimination through optimization: How Facebook’s ad delivery can lead to skewed outcomes (LVL 4)

Discrimination through optimization: How Facebook’s ad delivery can lead to skewed outcomes (LVL 4)

Discrimination through optimization: How Facebook’s ad delivery can lead to skewed outcomesThe enormous financial success of online advertising platforms is partially due to the precise targeting features they offer. Although…

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