A Content Management Perspective on Fact-Checking

Abstract : Fact checking has captured the attention of the media and the public alike; it has also recently received strong attention from the computer science community, in particular from data and knowledge management, natural language processing and information retrieval; we denote these together under the term “content management”. In this paper, we identify the fact checking tasks which can be performed with the help of content management technologies, and survey the recent research works in this area, before laying out some perspectives for the future. We hope our work will provide interested researchers, journalists and fact checkers with an entry point in the existing lit- erature as well as help develop a roadmap for future research and development work.
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Sylvie Cazalens, Philippe Lamarre, Julien Leblay, Ioana Manolescu, Xavier Tannier. A Content Management Perspective on Fact-Checking. The Web Conference 2018 - alternate paper tracks "Journalism, Misinformation and Fact Checking", Apr 2018, Lyon, France. pp.565-574. ⟨hal-01722666⟩

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