Fake news is rampant on the internet. Facebook, Twitter, and even big-name news vendors can’t be 100% relied upon for information without political and/ or cultural bias. Similarly, filter bubbles in search engines like Google, Yahoo!, Bing etc. further blur the line between the answers we need and the ones we’re given.
Journo is a wearable device designed for journalists to fight fake news on the web. Powered by sophisticated algorithms based on Thomson Reuters' Open Calais and The Post's Truth Teller platforms, Journo fact-checks speech in real-time and provides contextual analyses after an interview is conducted. The resulting data lets journalists/reporters/writers intuitively create objective, unbiased, and fact-checked news articles.
INTERACTIVE Prototype [WIP]