The goal of the project is the creation of new mechanisms for supporting users in the evaluation of Web content credibility and improvement of the quality of Web content credibility evaluation.
Our society increasingly relies on the vast amount of information available on the Internet. As a consequence, the issue of judging or evaluating the credibility of this information becomes of crucial importance. Thus, algorithms and mechanisms for the assessment of credibility of Web content can have a great, positive social impact.
Dataset from our mTurk studies is now available for public use! Our dataset contains 15750 evaluations of 5543 pages from 2041 participants with some additional information about website characteristics and basic demographic features of users.
If You would like to gain access to this data-set or learn more about data structure please contact our administrator (email@example.com) stating Your name, academic degree and university affiliation.
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