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Google has announced a new feature for its Fact Check Explorer that will help users identify manipulated images. The new feature, which is currently in beta, allows users to upload an image and see if it has been analyzed by fact-checkers in the past. If the image has been analyzed, users will be able to see whether it has been manipulated and learn more about the context of the image.

The new feature is part of Google’s ongoing commitment to combating misinformation. In recent years, there has been a growing problem with the spread of misinformation online, particularly on social media. Manipulated images are a common form of misinformation, and they can be used to spread false information or to deceive people.

The new Fact Check Explorer feature is a valuable tool for helping users identify manipulated images. By providing users with information about the context of an image, the feature can help people to make informed decisions about the information they see online.

“At Google, we support this effort by developing tools and resources to aid people in assessing information online. We’re dedicated to helping people identify misinformation online and supporting fact-checking and those who do it for the long term.”

In addition to the new Fact Check Explorer feature, Google is also providing financial support to fact-checking organizations around the world. The company has launched the Global Fact Check Fund, which will provide funding to 35 fact-checking organizations in 45 countries. The fund aims to help fact-checking organizations to scale up their operations and to improve their ability to combat misinformation.

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Google’s commitment to combating misinformation is a welcome development. The company’s new Fact Check Explorer feature and the Global Fact Check Fund are both important steps in the fight against misinformation. These initiatives will help to ensure that people have access to accurate information and that they are protected from the spread of false information.

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