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III's"Misinformation Join-fighting Mechanism Enabled by AI Forensics Technology" Wins Two Grand Awards.
Organization: Department of Industrial Technology        Publish Date: 2022-03-01 09:35
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"Misinformation Join-fighting Mechanism Enabled by AI Forensics Technology", developed by Digital Service Innovation Institute, Institute for Information Industry, not only wins the R&D 100 Award in the Software/Services category but also is bestowed the Special Contribution Award for Corporate Social Responsibility.

Misinformation is an important issue that people around the world must discuss about. Institute for Information Industry (III) finds that many fact-checking agencies are hindered by insufficient manpower and have a hard time accurately selecting topics among massive amounts of data. Therefore, DSI sets off to develop "Misinformation Quick filter Technology" and "AI Forensic Technology" to assist fact-checking organization in successfully integrating multiple information channels regarding misinformation complaints as well as constructs a complete database of suspected rumors and misinformation quick filter dashboards, which are beneficial to monitoring rumors efficiently and conducting fact-checking.

Misinformation is designed to be swiftly and massively distributed by various forms with different combinations of text, pictures, videos, and links as well as with the same content slightly transforming over time. The development team utilizes the technologies such as in-depth Natural Language Processing (NLP), heterogeneous data cross-comparison, and social media data augmentation to automatically group rumors with different formats but similar content and compare them with factcheck reports; At the same time, the team develops "AI forensic technology" to construct AI risk models from multiple aspects such as content analysis (linguistic features), propagation analysis, and traceability analysis.  By human-machine collaboration, this technology helps inspectors to identify high-risk and high-impact issues for inspection so that they can accurately select topics by using objective data and quickly curb the spread of misinformation.

In addition to increasing the speed of fact checking and clarification, this technology can also be applied to the fields of news media, marketing and information communication services, providing multiple services including industry expert verification, etc.
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