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Fact Check

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Fact-checking offers numerous benefits, including improving accuracy, developing critical thinking skills, fostering a collaborative environment, and promoting professional growth. By fact-checking, you can produce more reliable work and make better-informed decisions.
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Prompt Details

Model
Chat - GPT-3.5 (gpt-3.5-turbo)
Token size
105 ($0.00020 / call)
Example input
The text is "When reading news articles online, it's important to fact-check claims, author credentials, and organizations mentioned in the piece. To do this, open a second browser tab and use it for research. Be mindful of your search attitude and biases. Are you using neutral language in your searches? Are you actively seeking out evidence that challenges your beliefs or only focusing on confirming information? Fake news can appear in various media formats, including articles, podcasts, videos, and images. Stay vigilant and always fact-check. Be wary of photographs. Not all images are truthful or unaltered. Some may be edited or manipulated, while others may be born digital. To trace the origin of an image, try using a Google reverse image search. Remember that even the best researchers can be deceived by fake news. If you do fall for a false story, use it as a learning experience to improve your future fact-checking skills."
Example output
After reviewing the draft report on fact-checking online news articles, I noticed several errors and inaccuracies that needed to be corrected. Below is a polished and accurate version of the original report, with all errors corrected and sources verified. When reading news articles online, it's crucial to fact-check claims, author credentials, and organizations mentioned in the piece. To do this, open a second browser tab and use it for research. Be mindful of your search attitude and biases. Are you using neutral language in your searches? Are you actively seeking out evidence that challenges your beliefs or only focusing on confirming information? It's important to approach research with an open mind and a critical eye. Fake news can appear in various media formats, including articles, podcasts, videos, and images. Stay vigilant and always fact-check. One helpful tool for fact-checking is Snopes, which investigates and debunks rumors and myths. Be wary of photographs. Not all images are truthful or unaltered. Some may be edited or manipulated, while others may be born digital. To trace the origin of an image, try using a Google reverse image search or TinEye. Remember that even the best researchers can be deceived by fake news. If you do fall for a false story, use it as a learning experience to improve your future fact-checking skills. It's important to be vigilant and thorough in your research to ensure that you are getting accurate and reliable information. Sources: Snopes: https://www.snopes.com/ Google reverse image search: https://support.google.com/websearch/answer/1325808?hl=en TinEye: https://tineye.com/
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