July 20, 2024

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Russia, China and Israel have used OpenAI tools to spread disinformation: this is how you recognize false messages

Russia, China and Israel have used OpenAI tools to spread disinformation: this is how you recognize false messages

However, OpenAI warns that the rise of generative AI has made disinformation spreaders more productive. For example, chatbots enable them to create and translate more text, with fewer linguistic errors than when people create them manually.

There’s a good chance you’ve already been exposed to misinformation yourself. It is not always clear when this is the case. There are a number of strategies you can use to determine whether things you see online are real or not.

“One strategy that is often used is clickbait headlines. These headlines do not directly explain what happened to make you click on them, for example ‘You will never believe what this politician said.’” The purpose of these headlines is not to inform you, but to take you to a website Certain, for example,” says de Vogt.

Another example is headlines that use provocative language. “This kind of language is never used in good journalism and only serves the purpose of convincing you of something.”

According to De Vogt, you should also be careful when dealing with one-sided reports, in which not all parties are allowed to speak. In addition, it helps to determine who is the author of the message. Finally, it is useful to check whether the message has been covered in different media.

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