Co-creating misinformation resilient societies

Co-creating misinformation resilient societies

Misinformation generates misperceptions, which have affected policies in many domains, including economy, health, environment, and foreign policy. Co-Inform brings together a multidisciplinary team of scientists and practitioners, to foster co-creational methodologies and practices for engaging stakeholders in combating misinformation posts and news articles, combined with advanced intelligent methods for misinformation detection, misinformation flow prediction, and real-time processing and measurement of crowds’ acceptance or refusal of misinformation. 

Operating Time: 04/2018 - 03/2021

Source of Funding: EU Horizon 2020


  • International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis
  • Cyprus University of Technology
  • FactCheckNI
  • UK Open University
  • International Hellenic University
  • Stockholm University
  • Expert Systems Iberia and Scytl

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