On 2 April 2020, SOMA partner Pagella Politica launched a new project, called Facta (https://facta.news/). Facta is an online platform entirely devoted to debunking hoaxes – i.e. non political fact-checking.
Our civilization has benefited tremendously from the discoveries and breakthroughs in fundamental science. However, citizens remain largely ignorant regarding the nature of modern scientific discoveries..
SOMA’s 1st research paper was presented at the 8th International Conference on Complex Networks & Their Applications!
Watch two recent interviews of our Project Coordinator, Dr. Nikos Sarris, discussing the work of the European Observatory Against Disinformation.
On December 9th 2019, SOMA will participate in the workshop ‘Tackling the DISinfo Phenomenon: From Understanding Its Causes to Implementing Strategies to Cope with & Prevent It’.
The Media Literacy Institute and Journalists About Journalism are organizing for the third year the Greek Week for Media Education.
Nowadays, information found online is not always reliable, because digital content may be manipulated, and its spreading could be also used for disinformation.
The workshop is organized during the International Conference on Computational Science (ICCS), from June 3rd-5th 2020 in Amsterdam.
With the help of the Observatory members we have gathered below a list of videos on digital news verification that are worth watching.
The News Agency of Portugal (LUSA) published an article profiling the objectives of the Social Observatory on Media Analysis against Disinformation…