Social media firms will use more AI to combat coronavirus misinformation, even if it makes more mistakes

March 17, 2020

By Thomas Macaulay

Social media platforms have been flooded with falsehoods, conspiracy theories, and exaggerations about the coronavirus since the outbreak emerged last December in Wuhan, China. The outbreak has been falsely blamed on the 5G rollout damaging immune systems, an experiment gone wrong in a Chinese research facility, and, of course, the Rothschilds wanting more money, this time through their ownership of a patent to coronavirus. More dangerous than the conspiracy theories is the misleading medical advice, even when it comes with good intentions. False claims that the virus doesn’t infect children and that the infection dies in temperatures above 27C have…

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