A lot of disinformation about Cryptocurrency — Per Svitlana Volkova
Svitlana Volkova, the scientist, stated, “Cryptocurrency is an outstanding proxy program for disinformation.” He further noted that there had been a lot of disinformation about cryptocurrency.
Tracking information about cryptocurrency is a challenge because perpetrators blend with the cloud. It is hard to come up with an algorithm which narrows down to what is real and what is false.
It is easy to know about how the information is being passed across, mainly by following cryptocurrency forums like Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Monero.
Emily Saldanha and Maria Glenski recently studied several comments in cryptocurrency forums to track active discussions, volume, and people participation.
When talking about social indicators, Volkova stated, “These social signals are quite useful, and by incorporating them with the machine and deep learning, we intend to build predictive models that hit on causal relationships between different variables so we can explain model decision-making processes.”
Volkova stated that the team was able to predict with a fair amount of accuracy, the working models for the pump and dumps schemes in the cryptocurrency industry.
The models thus derived will be used to predict how disinformation is spent across social media. While Mitigation is harder, Volkova stated, “We have the models right now that can detect disinformation and can say, ‘OK, look, this is not true, this is false or misleading.’
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By STEVEN ANDERSON