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The female force rocketing Israel's David's Sling air defense system
The chatbot money pit: What’s next?
Elbit Systems awarded $600 million contract to supply Australian army with systems for IFVs
Palo Alto Networks loses over $30 billion in market cap, sends shockwaves throughout cyber market
Israeli missiles, spy gear and drones in high demand at air show amid war
Can the UAE's $35 billion lifeline save Egypt's economy?
Sam Altman's $7 trillion chip dream: Bold vision or delusional fantasy?
‘Fire and blood’: The chilling reality facing Israel in a war with Hezbollah
20 stories about Fake News
How Iran used social media to stoke tensions between Israelis
An investigation by the Fake Reporter organization reveals that since 2021, a foreign network with ties to Iran has been operating in Israel, spreading lies, incitement and hate on social media, using dozens of fake profiles and impersonating real people to sow division
The AI Media War Room reveals new tool to tackle media bias against Israel
IsraelTruth.org was developed by Propel AI to help identify and expose biased articles against Israel in the mainstream media
X factor: Independent social media influencers leave mainstream media in their dust in Gaza war information battle
According to a report by the University of Washington, seven independent accounts that do not adhere to the rules of journalistic ethics received 1.6 billion views in the first three days of the war - an average of 872,000 views per post. This is a significantly higher number than the views of posts on CNN, Reuters, BBC or the New York Times, which had an average of 376,000 views per post
"This is probably the first AI war"
Bot armies that anyone can activate on WhatsApp, software to easily hack photos, and chatbots that generate news that didn't happen: media expert Dr. Alex Gekker explains how the decline of Twitter and the rise of artificial intelligence changed everything in the battle of advocacy
Fake news syndrome: Gaza war proves we no longer believe the news - even when it's true
Even reliable information is no longer accepted as such and the truth is once again compromised on social networks, especially when suspicious and dubious sources spread it. Donald Trump Jr.'s tweet as a test case
Hard facts vs fake news: Filtering the truth in the war with Gaza
The fastest information regarding what is happening in the Gaza Strip was provided by the social networks over the weekend, but at the same time, a malicious fake news industry flourished
The dark side of technology: Misinformation and AI in the US elections
The public already requires an unusually high level of digital literacy to successfully navigate the sea of interests and forgery, and now it will have to make a much greater effort
Wikipedia’s Jimmy Wales on online toxicity, Musk, and the battle for internet accuracy
“I sent Musk an email offering help, I am happy to give him some thoughts,” Wales told CTech.
Tech Trends: Five reasons why 2021 will be as least as bad as 2020
Tech companies will grow stronger, computer systems will continue to leak private data, and elections are still at risk of manipulation
No tracking chips in the vaccine: Facebook removes four Hebrew groups spreading misinformation
Justice Ministry battling attempts to mislead the public with 'Fake News' about sinister motives behind the national innoculation effort
Do showrunners have an obligation to historic accuracy?
Popular culture is shaping people's perception of the real world, but Hollywood often plays fast and loose when combining fact and fiction
False Flag? Facebook says it deleted fake profiles calling to harm Israel's prime minister
Social media giant’s Israel office says profiles inciting against Benjamin Netanyahu, comparing him to Hitler were fabricated
Without room for greys, the global infodemic spreads faster than Covid-19
As opposing opinions on any subject, including the pandemic, are pitted against each other in a zero-sum death match, can the common citizenry correctly distinguish between true and unverified health-related information?
Facebook says profile that called for Netanyahu to be murdered was fake
A threatening comment against the Israeli prime minister was posted on a night when protestors calling Netanyahu to resign were injured in Tel Aviv in violent clashes with right-wing activists who were allegedly armed with clubs, glass bottles, and knives
The War on Coronavirus Brings With it a Dangerous Fog
With nothing else to report on, mainstream media, social media, and fringe media are all inundating the public with so much conflicting information that they are all actively contributing to confusion and even false hopes regarding the pandemic
Facebook Will Not Restrict Political Lies Ahead of Israel's March Election
In a Tel Aviv meeting with local journalists, Facebook executives said the company considers fact-checking political statements to be a form of censorship
Will AI Ever Win a Golden Globe?
While artificial intelligence can write anything from code to screenplays and fake news, it seems only humans can be considered authors. Thus, they are also the only ones held liable for spreading misleading false content
The Tech Sector's 10 Biggest Challenges in the New Decade
From regaining the public’s trust and addressing the privacy crisis, to making digital coins viable, Calcalist reporter Omer Kabir outlines the most pressing issues faced by the global tech industry
China, Russia, and the Galactic Empire All Have One Thing in Common: Internet Censorship
Rather than deposing dictatorships, the internet, through fake news on one hand and legal censorship on the other, now seems to empower them
Israeli Hackers Unveil Fake News Network Designed to Push Trump Merch
A network of dozens of websites continuously published fake news stories for years to target Trump supporters for ads pushing Trump hats, posters, and coins bearing Trump’s portrait
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