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Seeing Through Visual Misinformation

Lecture no. 4 from the course: Fighting Misinformation: Digital Media Literacy

Seeing Through Visual Misinformation

Taught by Professor Tara Susman-Pena and 2 others | 22 min | Categories: The Great Courses Plus Online Professional Development Courses

Visual images have been selected, edited, reframed—even manipulated—before they reach us, often in ways designed to elicit an emotional response. Explore the impact of reuse and mislabeling, photo selection effect, and deliberate alteration or forgery to affect how we see and feel about an image. Then, employ Label to Disable to diffuse the threat of visual misinformation.

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January 21, 2020

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January 10, 2020
Thanks for providing information on tools that can be used to analyze images and videos to detect whether they have been manipulated.

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