The distinction between actual AI and fake or algorithmic alternatives is important, but marketers are blurring the lines in ways that everyone may regret.Read Full Story
I first wrote about the fake data menace here (that was 2017) and again (2018). Earlier this year, I discussed an article in the Hustle about fake Amazon reviews, and made a video about it.
This holiday season, Buzzfeed finally noticed. Here’s a nice article detailing the scams that abuse online review platforms.
In an era where fake news travels faster than the truth, our communities are at a critical juncture.With 2.5 quintillion records of data created every day, people are being defined by how they travel, surf the internet, eat, and live their lives. We are in the midst of a “data revolution,” where individuals and organizations can store and analyze massive amounts of information.Read Full Story
… and how do statistical institutions present what they do?
In times of fake news and austerity measures, statistical offices are feeling more and more the urge to orientate the public about themselves and the usefulness and necessity of trustworthy statistics.
But how to proceed?
Public relations specialists know countless ways to get messages to the target groups.