"NewsMobile and Logically have announced an exciting partnership, rolling out a range of election and information integrity products across South East Asia – Including India, Singapore and the US.

The partnership combines the best of editorial and fact-checking services with the best in anti-misinformation technology to create a range of tools and products – ensuring information integrity, in a time where misinformation has plagued today’s “post-truth” society.

Logically aims to curb the impact of online harms through its work with Public Sector agencies and Platforms around the world to help detect problematic content, influence operations and track disinformation campaigns. The recently IFCN accredited organisation has previously detected foreign influence in Indian election campaigns, as well as over 40,000 pieces of unreliable news in the run-up to the 2019 Lok Sabha Election using their expansive suite of AI tools and expert investigators. Logically uses complex algorithms and signals designed to identify the accuracy and credibility of online content. It uses text analytics, metadata and editorial insights to determine the quality, reputation and authority of sources while monitoring social network behaviour and proliferation of content to discover suspicious patterns and deploy countermeasures.

Newsmobile was founded in 2014 by the award-winning investigative journalist and TV commentator Saurabh Shukla. The company is an IFCN verified fact checker that has also partnered with a number of organisations, such as Facebook and WhatsApp, to curb the menace of online misinformation. NewsMobile’s fact checking work during Indian elections was also featured on the popular BBC show Click. NewsMobile has debunked over 2000 fake news stories and has contributed considerably in fighting misinformation globally, especially during the time of COVID-19. The partnership between NewsMobile and Logically will bring a synergy of editorial and content excellence with an outstanding futuristic technology platform...."

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