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Global AI summit in Geneva fights misinformation and deepfakes with a little ‘bot’ of help

The thorny issue of how to protect the unwary from deepfakes was just one of the key issues in the spotlight at a UN conference on Artificial Intelligence (AI) held in Geneva this week, where a staggering 25,000 enthusiasts – and robots - from 145 countries added their voices to longstanding calls for checks and balances on the all-conquering tech.

IOM says misinformation and politicisation of migration is ‘clouding public discourse’

Money sent home by migrants abroad has surpassed foreign direct investment in boosting the gross domestic product (GDP) of developing countries, UN migration agency IOM said in the latest edition of its flagship report, released on Tuesday.

COVID-19: ‘Legitimate concerns’ must be heard, and fears addressed over misinformation

New York: Amid continuing uncertainty, fear and anxiety around the world over the COVID-19 pandemic, senior UN officials are keen to stress the legitimacy of concerns, listen carefully to citizens around the world, and help them distinguish between misinformation and accurate information, based on science.

China engaged in targeted influence operations and disinformation campaigns: EU

Brussels: When Beijing is facing heat over the origin of the deadly COVID-19 virus from China, European Union has now claimed that  it is running disinformation campaigns.

COVID-19: Tech giants come together to combat misinformation

Washington, Mar 17 (UNI) The world's major tech companies Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, Microsoft, Reddit, Twitter and YouTube have joined hand to fight against the fake news and misinformation about the coronavirus on their platforms, the tech giants said in a joint statement said.