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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to propose a new direction for managing information‐credibility risk in the current information and communications technology (ICT) era, where ICT has had both positive and negative effects on contemporary society. Design/methodology/approach – The paper...
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to describe evaluation data and a prototype system named WISDOM used for analyzing information credibility based on natural language processing. Design/methodology/approach – The authors started the Information Credibility Criteria project in April, 2007,...
Purpose – This paper aims to report a QA system that can answer how‐type questions based on confirmed knowledge acquired from mails, posted to a mailing list. It aims to propose a method of detecting incorrect information in mails posted to a mailing list (ML) by using mails that ML participants...
Purpose – To evaluate and extend, existing natural language processing techniques into the domain of informal online political discussions. Design/methodology/approach – A database of postings from a US political discussion site was collected, along with self‐reported political orientation data...
Purpose – To develop a method for classifying information sender of web documents, which constitutes an important part of information credibility analysis. Design/methodology/approach – Machine learning approach was employed. About 2,000 human‐annotated web documents were prepared for training...
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