[TFC Disinfo Detector] What do Taiwanese people think about misinformation challenges in Taiwan? - Findings from the 2023 Annual Misinformation Survey

Image: The cover of the 2023 Annual Misinformation Survey published by Taiwan FactCheck Center in May 2023. (TFC)

TFC calls for media collaboration ahead of 2024 presidential elections

The Taiwan FactCheck Center (TFC) Chairman, Shih-Hung Lo, has called upon Taiwan media outlets to take on a more proactive role and foster collaboration to combat disinformation in preparation for the upcoming 2024 Taiwan presidential elections. Lo made the announcement during a tea gathering on...

TFC’s IFCN signatory certification renewed for the the fifth consecutive year

The Taiwan FactCheck Center (TFC)’s signatory certification with the International Fact-Checking Network (IFCN) has been renewed on August 30. TFC remains committed to upholding fact-checking principles of non-partisanship, fairness, and transparency. 

Head of Asia Fact Check Lab shares four evolutionary trajectories of disinformation

The head of a fact-checking body under a United States media company has recently shared his organization’s tips and best practices in debunking fake news during an interview with a Taiwan FactCheck Center Podcast.

TFC workshop discusses challenges brought by AI

A workshop co-organized by the Taiwan FactCheck Center and the Association for Quality Journalism on investigative reporting and fact-checking was held on July 29 and 30 to discuss challenges brought by Artificial Intelligence (AI) to fact-checkers. Aside from the challenges brought by AI, the two...

[TFC Disinfo Detector] Foreign Forgeries – an analysis of disinformation tactics leveraging Taiwan’s diplomatic events

Image: Taiwan's Vice President William Lai Ching-te deplanes at Silvio Pettirossi airport in Luque, Paraguay, Monday, Aug. 14, 2023. (AP Photo/ Top image) By Wei-Ping Li, Ph.D

Taiwan’s Fact-Checking Ecosystem Makes Impression on International Experts

The Taiwan FactCheck Center (TFC) held the Forum on Fact-Checking in Asia 2023 in Taipei in early July and Taiwan’s own experiences were also highlighted, as one of the panels featured Taiwan’s fact-checking ecosystem.  As Taiwan’s fact-checking and media literacy promoting teams shared their...

AI: a double-edged sword for fact-checking

The age of AI has begun; will artificial intelligence be a boon for fact-checking or a bane that makes disinformation ever more difficult to detect? The answer might be both. Facing new AI-generated tools such as ChatGPT and image generators, fact-checkers from Argentina, Brazil, and Spain, at the...



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