It's not always about auspicious moments. Rasmus Kleis Nielsen, director of the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, admits that while scientific disinformation makes up a relatively small part of a news feed's nutrition, it can cause disproportionate harm. Lack of trust in official institutions is a big driver of disinformation, he says.
In October 2020, United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres announced the launch of a global online action that called on people around the world to stop the flow of misinformation online. Thus, the UN launched its own initiative based on a scientific approach to the problem of disinformation, and proposed ways to combat it. The hashtag #PledgetoPause (#StayPause) thundered on social networks with calls not to publish unverified data and not to mislead people. Various organizations have joined the company, including UNESCO, the International Labor Organization and official representatives of many countries of the world.
But what can we do? Fact-checking should come to the aid of ordinary Internet users in the fight against disinformation. Modern text verification technologies based on machine learning make it possible to speed up and partially automate the process of filtering out disinformation. The Exorde protocol is built around a core platform that provides unbiased trust scores for information (and virality-related analytics) based on the community, AI modules, and a token-based economy.
Exorde uses an open source decentralized protocol to collect data from around the world. The project is based on the idea of decentralization, which guarantees data neutrality and transparency. Exorde aims to extract and sell reputation scores based on what people say on social media.
Exorde receives input URLs for public information such as social media posts, press articles, photos, and videos. These URLs are then processed in a decentralized data pipeline that produces output graphs linking all similar data and facts. The analyzed content is stored in an archive that has open access, so any person can access the original information at any time and from anywhere in the world.
Exorde is run by its DAO (Decentralized Autonomous Organization) and uses community votes and polls. Management will be decentralized among all members of the community. Collectively, they will be able to change the internal rules and parameters of the systems (rewards, limits, delays, scheduling, etc.) and will have a built-in reputation system. These mechanisms are designed to continually align the interests of the community and its governance for the benefit of Exorde.
The Exorde Work Systems are the core component and will serve as the base layer for the entire ecosystem. Exorde is based on four main parameters:
Ethereum is an open source platform that allows developers to create and deploy decentralized applications on it.
Skale SKALE is an elastic sidechain network connected to the Ethereum chain, acting as an execution layer. It is a scalable and elastic environment that provides high transaction throughput.
Filecoin is a decentralized data storage system that intends to replace the expensive and inefficient servers of Google and Amazon.
NLP is an artificial intelligence module that will work with unstructured text.
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