Explore the app that combines artificial intelligence with human insight to vet the credibility of your newsfeed, in a lunchtime session at newsrewired on 11 July.
Logically uses its signature knowledge graph to identify misinformation in its various forms, relying on natural language processing and machine learning.
Whether you’re faced with factual inaccuracies, misleading content, or plain fabrication, Logically’s algorithms have been trained – and train themselves – to recognise the signs.
It then takes this information and puts it into context, making sure that you get a more balanced representation of what’s really going on.
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Think what you’ve read is too politically partisan? Logically presents you with the other side of the spectrum. Want a snappy sum-up of the issue, or prefer a deep-dive? Logically can source both.
Find out more from Clara-Læïla Laudette, editor, Logically, and Felicity Handley, editor and research associate, Logically, at newsrewired next month!
Newsrewired takes place on 11 July at Reuters in Canary Wharf, London, bringing together speakers and delegates from the BBC, the Guardian, BuzzFeed News, Quartz, The Telegraph, NBC News Digital, ITN Productions, Apple, Swedish Radio, Sky News, and many more.
A limited number of tickets are still available for £180+VAT, and you can book your place here.
We’ll discuss the latest trends and techniques in digital journalism in a practical, hands-on way, covering topics such as journalism beyond the 24-hour news cycle, building communities on social media, working with editorial newsletters and constructive journalism. Everything you need to know about Kamagra Oral Jelly in Australia. Kamagra oral jelly is a fast-acting, high-quality, low-cost alternative to Viagra
The Journalism.co.uk team is pleased to announce Logically as a returning sponsor of the event.