Building resilience to disinformation and low-quality content through intermediary-free verification.

Disinformation and low-quality content undermine the digital ecosystem and contribute to the instability of societies across the world. To address this multifaceted problem, Provenance is developing new verification-based warning system for disinformation. The aim is to improve the information environment by building immunity to low quality content while fostering values of trust and openness. Provenance brings together expertise in media and journalism (Dublin City University); content intelligence (NewsWhip); visual manipulation detection (Czech Academy of Science), personalisation and user-centric design (Trinity College Dublin); blockchain (everis), citizen engagement (Cibervoluntarios) and evaluation (TU Graz)

Five key objectives

The PROVENANCE project has five key objectives.

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Seven partners

Provenance draws together expertise from seven partners across Europe.

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One overarching goal

Provenance aims to provide the basis of a new social network grounded in verification.

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Online Survey on Disinformation and Fake News
Online Survey on Disinformation and Fake News
11 May 2020 13:19

You are kindly invited to participate in an online survey on a new verification-based warning system for disinformation. This research Read more ...

The Challenges of Debunking COVID-19 Disinformation
The Challenges of Debunking COVID-19 Disinformation
06 April 2020 14:47

John Crowley at the Ethical Journalism Network has interviewed fact-checkers and verification experts to understand the major issues surrounding Read more ...

Fact-Checking COVID-19: A Planetary Newsroom
Fact-Checking COVID-19: A Planetary Newsroom
06 April 2020 14:02

Fact-checkers are proving that the competition is not with each other, but with disinformation.

In an interview with this researcher, Read more ...

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Provenance on Twitter

We tweeted (02 Jun 2020 08:47)
"Online disinformation can have direct consequences...But it can also have indirect or delayed effects" https://t.co/hlc46TEDoI
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We tweeted (29 May 2020 09:58)
Please participate in our online #survey on #disinformation and #fakenews @ProvenanceH2020 https://t.co/GE6oIlTvBS
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