RT @martaespuny: The so called #FakeNews and the fragmentation of narratives in the post-truth era. Opinion piece by @evgenymorozov. Are they blurring the line between the realities that we consider as true or fake? https://t.co/LcYzCZ3bt0

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RT @RiederB: There are about 153k channels with more than 100k subscribers on #YouTube. These are their (algorithmically assigned) categories. #digitalmethods https://t.co/M9YYl49UsV

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RT @donesidies: Per què la Siri o l’Alexa tenen veu de dona? Per què la tecnologia és masclista? En parlem avui a les 00.00 a @CatalunyaRadio amb @montsevirgili https://t.co/0fhSyNZTJW

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RT @densitydesign: The concept of Deepfake has a rather indefinite scope, therefore titles and subtitles were taken from the first eight articles that appear as results on Google in the United States, Argentina, Italy, Saudi Arabia, Germany, the Netherlands, and on Baidu for China. https://t.co/d7BuhVV3pl

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RT @densitydesign: The most common words used to discuss Deepfake are: Deep, Digital, Technology, Create, Make, Real, Fake, Porn, Video. These words transcend a country’s individual culture and present a general scope for the phenomenon. https://t.co/Y3o9cHKvat

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