A Multi-Policy Framework for Deep Learning-Based Fake News Detection

@article{Vitorino2022AMF,
  title={A Multi-Policy Framework for Deep Learning-Based Fake News Detection},
  author={Jo{\~a}o Vitorino and Tiago Dias and Tiago Fonseca and Nuno Oliveira and Isabel Pracca},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2022},
  volume={abs/2206.11866}
}
. Connectivity plays an ever-increasing role in modern society, with people all around the world having easy access to rapidly disseminated information. However, a more interconnected society enables the spread of intentionally false information. To mitigate the negative impacts of fake news, it is essential to improve detection methodologies. This work introduces Multi-Policy Statement Checker (MPSC), a framework that automates fake news detection by using deep learning techniques to analyze a… 

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