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Check Mate: Prioritizing User Generated Multi-Media Content for Fact-Checking

  title={Check Mate: Prioritizing User Generated Multi-Media Content for Fact-Checking},
  author={Anushree Gupta and Denny George and Kruttika Nadig and Tarunima Prabhakar},
Volume of content and misinformation on social media is rapidly increasing. There is a need for systems that can support fact checkers by prioritizing content that needs to be fact checked. Prior research on prioritizing content for fact-checking has focused on news media articles, predominantly in English language. Increasingly, misinformation is found in user-generated content. In this paper we present a novel dataset that can be used to prioritize check-worthy posts from multi-media content… 

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