Google Fact Checker Explorer Launched to Battle Misinformation

Google Fact Check Explorer

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Google has introduced a new image fact-checking feature to its Google Fact Checker Explorer service, aiming to empower netizens to combat fake news. 

The feature, initially only available for text searches, allows journalists, researchers, academics, and netizens to upload or share an image to verify its fact-checking status.

Google Fact Checker Explorer

Google Fact Checker Explorer

Google has introduced a new search feature called Fact Check Explorer, allowing fact checkers to understand the timeline and context of an image. 

This feature helps researchers track when an image was first indexed and its usage over time, enabling them to assess the accuracy of images and their context to combat misinformation. The feature is part of Google’s initiative to combat fake news online.

Anyone can now use the Fact Check Explorer and look up the latest verifications by going here.

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