Articles and contents
In books/journals for the general public: Our research on computational fact-checking has been featured in Le Journal Toulousain in an article titled “La science se met au service de l’information” , in February 2018 (http://www.lejournaltoulousain.fr/societe/la-science-se-met-au-service-de-linformation-pour-detecter-les-fake-news-54906). Further, I. Manolescu has been interviewed as an expert for an article in Le Figaro, in March 2018 (http://www.lefigaro.fr/secteur/high-tech/2018/03/08/32001-20180308ARTFIG00341-sur-twitter-les-fake-news-voyagent-plus-vite-que-les-vraies-informations.php).
Ioana Manolescu participated to a televised debate on fake news and the media in “Le Grand Barouf Numérique”, a technology/society meet up organised by the city of Lille, in March 2018. The debate was broadcast by France 3 (https://france3-regions.francetvinfo.fr/hauts-de-france/nord-0/lille/debat-fake-news-medias-sont-ils-malades-1446365.html).
Ioana Manolescu has participated to a debate on regulating the news media in “Les Journées de l'Economie”, a national event organized in Lyon, in November 2018 (http://www.touteconomie.org/index.php?arc=bv1&manif=594)
Creation of media or tools for science outreach
Our research on computational fact-checking has been featured in a documentary (http://www.universcience.tv/video-tech-check-des-scientifiques-face-aux-fake-news-19501.html) by UniverScience.TV, the organization responsible of preparing scientific short movies next to Cité des Sciences. The movie has been featured in an article in Le Monde (https://www.lemonde.fr/sciences/video/2018/01/24/comment-la-science-aide-a-reperer-les-fake-news_5246356_1650684.html).