A Survey on Detection of Fake News in Social Media

M. Sowmya, J.Shiva Shankar


Traditional media consists of largely anon. and faceless folks deciding what will and doesn't get written and broadcasted. during this new era of net and style of social media, creation and consumption of stories and knowledge in our society is dynamical. fast transformation   Of ancient medium into on-line portals has become a replacement trend. On the one hand, the net social media has democratized the means that of stories production and dissemination, however on the opposite hand, it's become a piece of land for false and faux news. Increasing use of mobile devices and simple Wi-Fi access to 3G/4G networks, the Face book, Instagram, YouTube and Twitter have became powerful platforms for providing news and  entertainment.. Our Survey paper is focused on  feature oriented method to analyze the current issues about fake news. Information & data available on reliable public domain websites, such as Fact Check.Org, Google Search and others portals squaremeasure usedforformulating analysis queries. additionally,analysisof ns, like churchbench centre (USA), Reuters (UK) and European Commission (EC).


  The results from primary and secondary resources are used to highlight cases of fake news on the social media and provide technical guidelines to detect its negative impact on The large use of social media has tremendous impact on our  society, culture ,business with potentially positive and negative effects. Now a-days, due to the increase in use of online social networks, the fake news for various commercial and political purposes has been emerging in large numbers and widely spread in the online world. The existing systems are not efficient in giving a precise statistical rating for any given news .Also, the restrictions on input and category of news make it less varied. This paper develops a structure for automating fake news detection for various events. We are building a classifier that can predict whether a piece of news is fake based on data sources, thereby approaching the problem from NLP, Machine Learning.,Deep Learning,Artificial Neural Networks

Full Text:


Copyright (c) 2019 Edupedia Publications Pvt Ltd

Creative Commons License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.


All published Articles are Open Access at  https://journals.pen2print.org/index.php/ijr/ 

Paper submission: ijr@pen2print.org