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Syracuse University: ORI Grant Funds Automated Tool to Detect Potential Fraud in Scientific Papers

Syracuse University: ORI Grant Funds Automated Tool to Detect Potential Fraud in Scientific Papers. “The Office of Research Integrity in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has awarded funding to a School of Information Studies (iSchool) professor to further automate the detection of fraudulent material in scientific papers. 97 more words

Research & Opinion

Apartheid Spatial Plannings effect

Khayelitsha is said to be the largest township in the city of Cape Town, Western Cape.

Khayelitsha was established in the year of 1983 to accommodate informal settlement dwellers coming from Old Crossroads.  1,561 more words

#108 Weaponized Health Communication: Twitter Bots and Russian Trolls Amplify the Vaccine Debate (2018).

Weaponized Health Communication: Twitter Bots and Russian Trolls Amplify the Vaccine Debate  by David A. Broniatowski, Amelia M. Jamison, SiHua Qi, Lulwah AlKulaib, Tao Chen, Adrian Benton, Sandra C. 2,003 more words

Internet

IEBC requests EACC, DPP & DCI to investigate Garissa Governor’s academic papers.

The electoral commission on Tuesday called on investigative agencies in the country to conclusively probe the validity of Garissa Governor Ali Korane’s academic papers.

This comes after lawyer Charles Kanjama claimed that a second fraudulent file on the governor’s nomination documents had been sneaked into the electoral agency after the commencement of investigations. 340 more words

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I don’t have Master Degree from University of Nairobi, Korane reveals

Garissa governor Ali Korane break silence about his academic papers,

The governor denied claims that he has fake master degree from University of Nairobi. he said he never studied master degree at UN adding that he doesn’t have even genuine Master Degree from the said university let alone fake one. 180 more words

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Is Automated journalism stealing your job?

Automated journalism has been a big topic within the journalism and media industry. Journalist are in fear of losing the jobs to robots who can write articles faster than they can. 461 more words

#98 Is there such a thing as online video addiction? A cross-disciplinary review (2013)

Is there such a thing as online video addiction? A cross-disciplinary review by Matilda Hellman, Tim M. Shoenmakers, Benjamin R. Nordstrom and Ruth J. van Holst was published in… 1,466 more words

Psychology