Valley News: NLP helps students sort fact from fiction

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NLP founder and CEO Alan C. Miller discussed news literacy with a class at Hanover (New Hampshire) High School on Feb. 5, and reporter Tom Blinkhorn of the Valley News was there.

Miller gave the class of 30 students examples of viral fake photos and said that he believes that “fake news” is an oxymoron.

“If it’s genuine news, how can it be fake?” he asked.

While in New Hampshire, Miller also visited a class at Lebanon High School and gave a public lecture at Dartmouth College.

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