The Internet has been a marvelous creation for anyone seeking information over the past 20 years, making what previously required real research in just a few clicks. But the dark side of this technological innovation is also the provision to whoever wants it of a medium allowing the rapid dissemination of false information, or “fake news”. A problem increasingly taken seriously by tech giants, such as Google, which will develop a new tool to better perceive possible fake news on the internet.
Indeed, during the last annual conference Google I / O, the Californian company discussed the implementation of an “About the result” – “about the result” – feature. The latter would give access to a description of the site itself, opinions issued by those who have visited it as well as a direct link to its wikipedia page.. This feature will be launched by the end of the month for the English version of Google’s search engine, with versions for other languages scheduled for later. Note also that Google is also currently working on its new flagships, the Google Pixel 6 and 6 Pro, whose renderings have just been leaked.