1 min read2016 study shows that students cannot identify fake news

Many students today do not know how to detect fake news. How can this impact societies?

This article by Camila Domonoske may be 3 years old, but the results of the identified 2016 study are still as relevant. According to the cited study, young students tend to immediately believe what is published online without cross checking info. As AI improves, spotting fake news will become even more difficult. Schools then, must include media literacy in their curriculum to address this concern.

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