Mr. Marshall Gunter reports
DATAMETREX PRESENTS RESULTS OF FAKE NEWS IN CANADIAN FEDERAL ELECTION AT NATO CONFERENCE
Datametrex AI Ltd.'s Nexalogy presented the results of its fake news filter on foreign involvement, interference and attempts to influence the Canadian federal election to representatives of NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) in Budapest from Oct. 14 to Oct. 19, 2019.
This project ran in conjunction with the company's client at DRDC as part of a previously announced contract to build a filter to identify foreign attempts to influence the Canadian federal election. The company is pleased to share that its technology successfully identified multiple foreign sources, including BOTS and individuals, with a mandate to interfere and influence the outcome of the federal election.
The project used the NexaNarrative tool for narrative tracking, disinformation detection and publisher classification. Building on previous fake news detection work, NexaNarrative provides narrative identification and growth tracking software, allowing analysts to track the spread of disinformation on-line and engage this disinformation using the BEND doctrine of information warfare currently in use by Canada and most other NATO countries.
"Fake news is not going away, and it is generally acknowledged that there is no way to prevent it, so utilizing tools like NexaNarrative is critical for countries to employ the BEND doctrine to control the narrative and protect their citizens," commented Marshall Gunter, chief executive officer of the company.
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