Scientists from QCRI participated in Tasks 3 that focus on addressing misinformation by identifying news genre, media framing, and persuasion techniques in news articles with a special direction to multilingual model.
Tanbih team is co-organizing CheckThat! Lab Shared task at CLEF 2023 on the topic of Checkworthiness, Subjectivity, Political Bias, Factuality, and Authority of News Articles and Their Sources.
Scientists from QCRI published a paper titled: “Assisting the Human Fact-Checkers: Detecting All Previously Fact-Checked Claims in a Document, at EMNLP 2022”.
The aim of the shared task is to build AI models to detect and identify those means or techniques using Arabic tweets as a source of data.
Tanbih’s team publishes on fake news, propaganda, misinformation, and disinformation in online platforms.
The CLEF 2022 CheckThat! Lab is scheduled to take place from September 5-8, 2022, and will focus on advancing the detection of misinformation and disinformation in social media
Team from QCRI joined an international group of researchers in highlighting the automatic identification of harmful content that can be found online.
Tanbih’s team published a new paper studying the importance of modeling the context of the claims made in political debates.
The Social Computing Group at QCRI brought together leading organizations and researchers in the field of data science for the Artificial Intelligence for Collective Intelligence (AI4CI) workshop.
Dr. Preslav Nakov from QCRI commented on media literacy in “The EU Meets The Balkans Forum”.