Social Networks and Collective Intelligence: A Return to the Agora

@article{Mazzara2013SocialNA,
  title={Social Networks and Collective Intelligence: A Return to the Agora},
  author={M. Mazzara and Luca Biselli and P. Greco and N. Dragoni and Antonio Marraffa and Nafees Qamar and S. D. Nicola},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2013},
  volume={abs/1311.2551}
}
Nowadays, acquisition of trustable information is increasingly important in both professional and private contexts. However, establishing what information is trustable and what is not, is a very challenging task. For example, how can information quality be reliably assessed? How can sources? credibility be fairly assessed? How can gatekeeping processes be found trustworthy when filtering out news and deciding ranking and priorities of traditional media? An Internet-based solution to a human… Expand
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