Google, in its supposed commitment to promoting so-called accurate information, has unveiled new tools designed to “strengthen” the fact-checking ecosystem. LaToya Drake of the Google News Initiative highlighted the tech giant’s advances (*cough DARPA), highlighting their relevance to journalists, fact-checkers and researchers.
🚨BREAKING: Google unveiled a new global censorship tool they like to call “Fact Check Tools”.
They partner with the United Nations and the World Health Organization, as well as hundreds of other news, industry and academic institutions. https://t.co/P4cxIw2AsQ
from google… pic.twitter.com/xnjeYIfZGi
— Me Meme, so I’m 🇺🇸 (@ImMeme0) August 10, 2023
Google’s algorithms are designed to remove websites that criticize topics such as:
– Statistics of COVID-19
– the World Bank
– FBI crime statistics
– one world government
– global warming statistics provided by the International Panel on Climate Change based in Geneva, Switzerland
– the conclusions of the World Health Organization on any topic they select
– United Nations Energy Statistics Database (Carbon Emissions)
– Reports from the Environmental Protection Agency on greenhouse gases
– DeepSolar from Stanford University
These algorithms are Google’s last attempt to control the Internet before people around the world can no longer access it.
Google’s goal is to have a point of view for all the peasants of the world, Google calls it “Data Commons”.
He says Google’s flagship tool, the “Fact-Check Explorer,” provides an intuitive way to navigate and search through fact-checks from reputable global fact-checking organizations. Want to see if a conspiracy theory has been debunked? The great masters of technology are at your service.
Meanwhile, the track record of “Conspiracy Theorists” looks much better than so-called “Authoritative Sources” such as the mainstream media and the legacy Big Tech companies that largely control the flow of information to the public …
Conspiracy theories 100% success rate so far… 🔊 up pic.twitter.com/MrMRd5fBpB
— PRINT3D 🇨🇦🇺🇸🌎 (@print3_d) August 10, 2023
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