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Published 7 months ago with 5 Comments

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  • StarFlower (edited 7 months ago)
    +8

    This sounds interesting. I too am bothered by journalistic bias, and to get around that, I read the same topic from a variety of sources. Particularly for US topics, I find that overseas coverage is more unbiased, which is pretty sad (i.e. can't trust the domestic media). I will have to give Knowhere News a try.

    • Gozzin
      +4

      I do the same thing and have for years.

      • Appaloosa
        +5

        We are human, and we do have much to contend with some good, some bad.

        • Appaloosa
          +4

          I am so happy to see you here Gozzin!

  • NinjaKlaus
    +5

    This human element could be the tech’s major flaw. As we’ve seen with other AIs, they tend to take on the biases of their creators, so Barling and his editors will need to be as impartial as humanly possible — literally — to ensure the AI retains its impartiality.

    This is the problem I see, most people are so entrenched in their bias they may not realize it is one and won't think to check for it. Which means that the left, right divide will never die.

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