List of Fact Checking Tools for Competitive Intelligence and Competitor Analysis Research

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This article offers a list of top FactCheck tools for Competitive Intelligence, Competitor Analysis Research. The list is in no particular order, and if you have any suggestions or additions, then please let us know on hello@octopusintelligence.com

List of Factchecking tools

1. Snopes

Snopes is the oldest and largest fact-checking online site. Starting in 1994 it grew by investigating urban legends, folklore and hoaxes. Snopes claims to be the internet’s definitive fact-checking resource. Snopes’ fact-checking and it’s investigative reporting provides evidence-based and contextualised analysis. They document their sources to assist independent research.

www.snopes.com

2. Churnalism

Churnalism.com independent website built by the Media Standards Trust helps you distinguish between real journalism and ‘churnalism’. Churnalism is an article which appears to be journalism but is actually based on a press release without much more writing.  Cardiff University research states that 54% of news articles have some PR in them.

www.churnalism.com

3. Full Fact

Full Fact is a search engine fact checks to find the right information about claims made by journalists, viral content politicians and public institutions. Once a false claim is isolated, they ask for the record to be corrected. They monitor these claims to see where they are repeated and attempt to tackle them.

www.fullfact.org

4. TinEye

TinEye the best reverse image search engine. Submit an image to determine where it originated from, how it is being used and if modified versions of the image exist. The search engine uses image identification technology rather than keywords, watermarks or metadata.

www.tineye.com

5. Channel 4 Factcheck

This fact check tests the claims of people in power brought to you by the UK’s Channel 4 News.

www.channel4.com

6. FactCheck.org

FactCheck.org is as a consumer advocate for voters to reduce potential deception and confusion within US politics. It’s a project from the Annenberg Public Policy Center at the University of Pennsylvania. The Annenberg Foundation funds it.

www.factcheck.org

7. Google Fact Check

This Fact Check tool from Google has two tools: The Fact Check Explorer. And Fact Check Markup Tool. These tools assist the work of fact-checkers, researchers and journalists.

toolbox.google.com/factcheck

8. Credibility Coalition

An impartial, non-partisan tool that aims to reduce the level of confusion and deception in US politics. 

They monitor US political players’ factual accuracy within TV ads, speeches, debates, interviews, and press releases. 

www.credibilitycoalition.org

9. AFP Factcheck

Your work follows the mission of the AFP is to provide accurate, balanced and impartial coverage of news “with an independent voice free of political, commercial or ideological influence.” AFP is part of Facebook’s third-party fact-checking programme. We consider stories flagged on Facebook as part of the material we investigate. Content rated false by fact-checkers is downgraded in the news feeds so fewer people will see it.

www.factcheck.afp.com

10. Lead Stories

Lead Stories is a fact-checking website looks for the latest false, deceptive or inaccurate media making the rounds on the internet.

www.leadstories.com

11. NewsLit

NLP is a nonpartisan national education nonprofit organisations. They are providing programs and teaching and learning resources for teachers and the public. Share the skills needed to be astute, engaged readers and viewers of news and information.

www.newslit.org

12. Emergent

A real-time rumour tracker developed by the Tow Center for Digital Journalism at Columbia University. Focusing on how unverified information and rumour are reported in the media.

http://www.emergent.info/

13. Reporters Lab

The Reporters’ Lab is run by Sanford School of Public Policy at Duke University. They focus on fact-checking. The Knight Chair endowments and grants fund them from Google, the Facebook Journalism Project, and others. Many credible news organisations and universities back them.

https://reporterslab.org/fact-checking/

14. Scicheck

Launched in 2015, sciCheck focuses on false and misleading scientific claims made by those seeking to influence public policy.

Scicheck

15. Deep

DEEP is a platform offering collaborative tools tailored toward humanitarian crisis responses. It includes analysis workflows and frameworks for thinking using structured and unstructured quantitative and qualitative data. By using a customisable analysis framework, you can catalogue information contained in documents and data.

Deep

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This article offered a list of top FactCheck tools for Competitive Intelligence, Competitor Analysis Research. The list is in no particular order, and if you have any suggestions, please let us know on hello@octopusintelligence.com

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