The determinations are based on audio recordings and written transcripts of the person speaking.
"Though conspiracy theories are nothing new, the advent of social media has created a conduit for more rapid spread of these rumors."
The findings come from a survey of U.S. adults conducted between May 29 - June 11.
The study found evidence that human memory naturally adapts based on an estimate of how often a password will be needed.
Social media networks, which often foster partisan antagonism, may also offer a solution to reducing political polarization.
The work is described in an Aug. 20 paper published in Nature Neuroscience.
Artificial intelligence may soon be at the forefront of tackling online misinformation.
The team examined thousands of tweets sent between July 2014 and September 2017.
Google — and its products like YouTube and Waze — combined to account for 34.2% of all time on digital media in June, according to Pivotal...
The botnet was discovered during the course of a wider research project to create and publish a methodology for identifying Twitter account automation.