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(The Korea Times)   Korean researchers announce mythbusting technology that heuristically identifies bogus rumors on social media   ( divider line
    More: Unlikely, Institute of Science, social media, Seoul National University, welfare system, Korea Advanced Institute of Science, Korean, traditional medicine, science and technology  
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2014-01-11 11:43:10 AM  
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Yeah, it's just references
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2014-01-11 10:25:34 AM  
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abhorrent1: Can it tell me if the person I'm chatting with is actually a teenage girl or a cop?

Just ask them.  If they say they are a teenage girl -- they're a cop.  If they say they are a cop -- they're a cop.
2014-01-11 10:14:46 AM  
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but which god was it?

also, not impressed:

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/hot like a pissed off eagle
2014-01-11 09:28:48 AM  
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If you removed all the misinformation, 90% of the internet would disappear.
2014-01-11 01:03:56 AM  
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ArcadianRefugee: Bullshiat.

No, it's true.  But it only works in Korean.
2014-01-11 12:42:41 AM  
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