Real Kids Real Questions, Australian podcast, explores ‘fake news’ with NLP

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Peter Adams, NLP’s senior vice president of education, bridges a 13-hour time difference to take questions from children in Australia on the podcast Real Kids Real Questions. Children host the program, which addresses topics kids in the listening audience suggest. During the June 7 episode Why ‘fake news’ is bad news, Peter answers questions about what ‘fake news’ really means, how to identify credible reporting and trustworthy sources, and why politicians use the misleading term.

 

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