"Pheme, will automate certain verification processes to make it easier, and faster, for journalists to use the social web effectively in a breaking news situation, when such platforms are often flooded with information.
Pheme will attempt to sort online rumours into four categories: speculation, controversy, misinformation (where false information is circulated unknowingly) and disinformation (where something is spread maliciously)."
To do this, it will automatically assess sources according to their authority, such as news outlets, individual reporters, potential eye witnesses, or automated ‘bots’.
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