Truth Goggles          Automatic Incorporation of Contextand Primary Sources to Enable Critical Media Consumption
54% of America’s citizens don’t know thepositions of their representatives.
54% of America’s citizens don’t know thepositions of their representatives.News sources are often perceived as biasedand c...
54% of America’s citizens don’t know thepositions of their representatives.News sources are often perceived as biasedand c...
Can I help consumers critically  analyze media messages?
Can I help consumers critically  analyze media messages?
Can I help consumers critically      analyze media messages?In-line highlighting of third party truth values forvetted cla...
Can I help consumers critically      analyze media messages?In-line highlighting of third party truth values forvetted cla...
This is Not...
This is Not... A bias detection algorithm
This is Not... A bias detection algorithm An annotation engine
This is Not... A bias detection algorithm An annotation engine A truth dissemination platform
This is Not... A bias detection algorithm An annotation engine A truth dissemination platform A generic information layer
This is an interface that helps consumers            think more carefully  about the messages they see online.
ProcessStep 1: DatasetStep 2: Similarity AlgorithmsStep 3: Interface DesignStep 4: User TestingStep 5: Analysis
Questions?
Crit Day Presentation (Truth Goggles)
Crit Day Presentation (Truth Goggles)
Crit Day Presentation (Truth Goggles)
Crit Day Presentation (Truth Goggles)
Crit Day Presentation (Truth Goggles)
Crit Day Presentation (Truth Goggles)
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  • Inspired by some disconcerting facts about how people interact with media messages as they evolve their beliefs\n - Ignorance makes it difficult to challenge mass media messages.\n - Lack of mutually respected information sources makes it difficult to have healthy debates among peers with different points of view.\n - Social media services have the capacity to challenge user beliefs but end up re-enforcing those beliefs instead.\n
  • Inspired by some disconcerting facts about how people interact with media messages as they evolve their beliefs\n - Ignorance makes it difficult to challenge mass media messages.\n - Lack of mutually respected information sources makes it difficult to have healthy debates among peers with different points of view.\n - Social media services have the capacity to challenge user beliefs but end up re-enforcing those beliefs instead.\n
  • Inspired by some disconcerting facts about how people interact with media messages as they evolve their beliefs\n - Ignorance makes it difficult to challenge mass media messages.\n - Lack of mutually respected information sources makes it difficult to have healthy debates among peers with different points of view.\n - Social media services have the capacity to challenge user beliefs but end up re-enforcing those beliefs instead.\n
  • I would like to combat these trends by bolstering the “critical ability” of media consumers -- critical ability refers to the natural instinct to question media messages and the ability to answer those questions.\n
  • I would like to combat these trends by bolstering the “critical ability” of media consumers -- critical ability refers to the natural instinct to question media messages and the ability to answer those questions.\n
  • I would like to combat these trends by bolstering the “critical ability” of media consumers -- critical ability refers to the natural instinct to question media messages and the ability to answer those questions.\n
  • I would like to combat these trends by bolstering the “critical ability” of media consumers -- critical ability refers to the natural instinct to question media messages and the ability to answer those questions.\n
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  • Crit Day Presentation (Truth Goggles)

    1. 1. Truth Goggles Automatic Incorporation of Contextand Primary Sources to Enable Critical Media Consumption
    2. 2. 54% of America’s citizens don’t know thepositions of their representatives.
    3. 3. 54% of America’s citizens don’t know thepositions of their representatives.News sources are often perceived as biasedand catering to specific viewpoints.
    4. 4. 54% of America’s citizens don’t know thepositions of their representatives.News sources are often perceived as biasedand catering to specific viewpoints.Information filter bubbles help re-enforcepersonal beliefs.
    5. 5. Can I help consumers critically analyze media messages?
    6. 6. Can I help consumers critically analyze media messages?
    7. 7. Can I help consumers critically analyze media messages?In-line highlighting of third party truth values forvetted claims.
    8. 8. Can I help consumers critically analyze media messages?In-line highlighting of third party truth values forvetted claims.Incorporation of primary source content exposingreaders to relevant information.
    9. 9. This is Not...
    10. 10. This is Not... A bias detection algorithm
    11. 11. This is Not... A bias detection algorithm An annotation engine
    12. 12. This is Not... A bias detection algorithm An annotation engine A truth dissemination platform
    13. 13. This is Not... A bias detection algorithm An annotation engine A truth dissemination platform A generic information layer
    14. 14. This is an interface that helps consumers think more carefully about the messages they see online.
    15. 15. ProcessStep 1: DatasetStep 2: Similarity AlgorithmsStep 3: Interface DesignStep 4: User TestingStep 5: Analysis
    16. 16. Questions?

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