Exorde: The spread of fake information affects politics, the economy and even the security of the state.

In fact, truth and lies almost always go hand in hand and it can be quite difficult to distinguish between them. Deliberately spread false information, called disinformation, can become an effective tool in information warfare. By themselves, information wars are not a novelty that has appeared only now. They were before. In history, you can find a lot of evidence of the use of “information weapons”, with their help even wars were won. But in modern conditions, when the speed of information dissemination has increased by several orders of magnitude, fakes have become a truly terrible weapon.

Is it possible to distinguish truth from fake? Sure, but it’s getting harder and harder to do so. Several factors play into the hands of the lie, such as the emergence of completely unbelievable technologies and the training of users to believe even in obvious lies. Experts also note that people are more likely to believe in lies when there is a shortage of time required to evaluate information and carefully verify it.

Thus, the spread of deliberately false sensational publications, combining truth and fiction, is an inevitable consequence of both political and economic central events. The dissemination of such information affects politics, the economy and even the security of the state. In addition, they undermine diplomacy, democracy, public discourse and journalism.

And today, in the age of technology, online news is often characterized by unverified facts and a lack of originality, so the fight against them becomes even more difficult. Complicating the situation is the fact that today it is very easy and cheap to create disinformation: it is enough for a person to have a digital platform available. Thus began the battle of artificial intelligence, fraud and cybersecurity. Thus began the arms race: AI against AI. AI has already been used to automatically generate fake news. For example, the

OpenTI GPT-2 prototype text generation system uses machine learning to translate text, answer questions, and write fake news. When the sentence “Russia declared war on the United States after Donald Trump accidentally…” was introduced into GPT-2, the system created fake news:
Russia declared war on the United States after Donald Trump accidentally fired a rocket into the air. Russia said it “determined the missile’s flight path and will take the necessary measures to ensure the safety of the Russian population and the country’s strategic nuclear forces.” The White House said it was “extremely concerned about Russia’s violation of the Intermediate-Range Ballistic Missile Ban Treaty.”

What do we see and have today? That the correlation between news dissemination and quality control is broken. And many organizations and communities are working on creating projects to make it easier to recognize fake content. One such project is an ecosystem called Exorde, built around a core platform that provides objective assessments of trust in information based on a community and an artificial intelligence module. The idea of ​​the project is to track the spread of information across the entire Internet network in real time. The goal of the project is to find the source of viral information in its original form, before this information becomes viral.

Exorde is run by its DAO (Decentralized Autonomous Organization) and uses community votes and polls. Management will be decentralized among all members of the community. Collectively, they will be able to change the internal rules and parameters of the systems (rewards, limits, delays, scheduling, etc.) and will have a built-in reputation system. These mechanisms are designed to continually align the interests of the community and its governance for the benefit of Exorde.

The Exorde Work Systems are the core component and will serve as the base layer for the entire ecosystem. Exorde is based on four main parameters:
Ethereum is an open source platform that allows developers to create and deploy decentralized applications on it.

Skale SKALE is an elastic sidechain network connected to the Ethereum chain, acting as an execution layer. It is a scalable and elastic environment that provides high transaction throughput.

Filecoin is a decentralized data storage system that intends to replace the expensive and inefficient servers of Google and Amazon.
NLP is an artificial intelligence module that will work with unstructured text.

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