I elaborated on these ideas here:
With respect to crowdsourced fact-checking resources, Wikipedia, Wikinews and Wikidata are
relevant projects. A new sister project, Wikifact, is also possible.
It wasn’t my intention to post off-topic. I was hoping that crowdsourced real-time
fact-checking resources and their interoperation with dialogue systems (e.g. Alexa,
Cortana, Google Assistant, and Siri) would be of interest to some Wiki technology
enthusiasts and developers.
From: Andre Klapper<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Friday, February 28, 2020 6:45 AM
To: Wikimedia developers<mailto:email@example.com>
Subject: Re: [Wikitech-l] Real-time Fact-checking Services and Dialogue Systems
On Fri, 2020-02-28 at 08:11 +0000, Adam Sobieski wrote:
The topics of real-time fact-checking services and AI
systems are broached and some opinions are shared for purposes of
I could not find the string "wiki" in your message.
Can you please elaborate what this posting has to do with "discussing
the technical organization of the Wikimedia projects"?
The topics of real-time fact-checking services and AI dialogue
systems were broached and some opinions were shared for purposes of
Passive voice can be extremely unclear by nature, I guess...
Do you have some question, or why was this message posted? :)
Andre Klapper (he/him) | Bugwrangler / Developer Advocate
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