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[Group3]crap detection

  1. 1. How to Find What You Need to Know How to Decide If It’s True CrapDetection 20060556 Park Shin Hyun 20129166 Victora Dashchenko
  2. 2. News Briefing
  3. 3. News Briefing
  4. 4. “Think like a detective”
  5. 5. How can I tell if anything I find on the web is real?Currency-How recent is this information?Reliabilty-Are there any references or quotations?Author-Who is the author?-Who is the publisher or sponsor?Design-Professional or amateurish?
  6. 6. Triangulating-Egypt’s outage case- “traceroute” internet serviceReliable AP’s officialsources Having report Twitter my triangle
  7. 7. TriangulatingVerifing the youtube video- SpokeoAllow people to look for person- Wolfram AlphaCheck the weather report- Google mapHelp locate the place with accurate online map
  8. 8. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sNV4yIyXXX0Play the video for 2 minutes from 7:00 to 9:00
  9. 9. Collective intelligenceElectronic networks and social computing applications make it easier for individuals toharness collective intelligence to help them assess and evaluate information and sources online.
  10. 10. Collective intelligence Collective intelligence is a shared or group intelligence that emerges from the collaboration and competition of many individuals. - Wikipedia<Examples>WikipediaQnA sites (Ex : Korea’s Naver Knowledgeresearch , America’s Cha Cha)FacebookGoogleEtc
  11. 11. Collective intelligence Naver Knowledge Search
  12. 12. Collective intelligence American QnA site Cha Cha
  13. 13. Naver vs. DaumSponsored link - Naver
  14. 14. Naver vs. DaumSponsored link - Daum
  15. 15. Naver vs. DaumAccuracy of research - Naver
  16. 16. Naver vs. DaumAccuracy of research - Naver
  17. 17. Naver vs. DaumAccuracy of research - Daum
  18. 18. Naver vs. DaumAccuracy of research - Daum
  19. 19. Mail vs. YandexSponsored link - Mail
  20. 20. Mail vs. YandexSponsored link – Yandex
  21. 21. Mail vs. YandexAccuracy of research
  22. 22. Mail vs. YandexAdvanced search function - Mail
  23. 23. Mail vs. YandexAdvanced search function -Yandex
  24. 24. International Medical Information PatientsLikeMe.com CureTogether.com
  25. 25. Political and Social IssuesGlobalVoiceOnline.com FactCheck.org
  26. 26. General Information Snopes.comAbout.com
  27. 27. Medical information websites 1. Drug Information Research Institute http://sdic.sookmyung.ac.kr/ind ex.html 2. HealthPark http://www.healthpark.or.kr/
  28. 28. Civil Journalism websites1. Oh My News
  29. 29. Civil Journalism websites2. Bloter.net
  30. 30. Principles of media consumption By Gillmor 1. Be skeptical 2. Exercise judgment 3. Keep asking questions 4. Learn media techniques 5.Open your mind
  31. 31. Echo chamber effectThe tendency of individuals to pay attention toonly those online sources that reinforce theirown beliefs
  32. 32. Thank you Any question?
  33. 33. Discussion Subjects1. How much do you believe online information? To what extent should we believe various and huge amount of information?2. What aspects of Journalism can be developed by Civil Journalism? What kinds of dangers does civil journalism have?3. Think about the disadvantages of collective intelligence

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