Introducing Truth Teller, a prototype from The Washington Post
Truth Teller is a news application built by The Washington Post with funding from a Knight News Prototype grant. The goal of Truth Teller is to spot false claims that politicians say in speeches, TV ads or interviews. Watch this video to see how it works.
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