NLP’s Covington offers advice to Real Simple readers


In the Oct. 30 piece for Real Simple, How to Spot Fake News and Fact-Check the Internet, NLP’s Hannah Covington advises readers to look out for common red flags. First, ask yourself if this is a news report or something else, the article reads. “Be cautious of anything user-generated,” she tells readers, such as social media posts or memes.

 

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Veiga discusses NLP’s efforts to help voters spot AI and deepfakes

During this year’s election season, it’s important to be prepared to encounter AI-generated misinformation, Christina Veiga, NLP’s senior director of media relations, said in a recent interview with BronxNet. Veiga discussed signs that indicate content is generated by AI or that videos are digitally altered “deepfakes,” how these technologies can impact young people and NLP’s…

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