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AI and CCTV v. Crime

Artificial intelligence (AI) paired with closed-circuit TV (CCTV) has the potential to revolutionize crime prevention and public safety by enabling real-time surveillance and analysis of CCTV footage. By incorporating AI technology into the CCTV system, it becomes possible to automatically detect and analyze suspicious behavior, send alerts to security personnel or authorities, and ultimately help identify and capture criminals.

10 Examples of a False Dilemma Fallacy

10 Examples of a False Dilemma Fallacy

Fallacies of logic, such as ad hominem, straw man, and false dilemma, can play a significant role in spreading disinformation. These fallacies are often used to manipulate and deceive people by distorting the truth and presenting false or misleading information. By using these fallacies, those spreading disinformation can cloud the issues at hand and make it difficult for people to differentiate between facts and fiction. This can lead to confusion and mistrust, and can ultimately erode the public’s faith in institutions, democracy and the media. These fallacies can also be used to influence public opinion and decision making, and to create division and mistrust among different groups of people. Thus it’s important to be aware of these fallacies and how they are used to spread disinformation.

10 Examples of an Ad Hominem Logical Fallacy

10 Examples of an Ad Hominem Logical Fallacy

Fallacies of logic, such as the ad hominem fallacy, can play a significant role in spreading disinformation. By attacking the character or credibility of a source rather than addressing the evidence or logic of their argument, disinformation can be spread by discrediting the source or dismissing their claims as false or biased. Fallacies of logic can also be used to create false narratives and sow confusion, making it difficult for people to separate fact from fiction. Additionally, fallacies can be used to manipulate people by appealing to their emotions rather than their reason. Fallacies of logic can be a powerful tool for spreading disinformation, as it can make it difficult for people to identify and reject false information.

The Most Common Logical Fallacies Associated with Public Disinformation

The Most Common Logical Fallacies Associated with Public Disinformation

Since Fox News is in court defending itself in a $1.6B defamation lawsuit for misleading the public on the integrity of US elections… it’s a good time to go over logical fallacies that commonly occur on “news” channels spreading disinformation to their viewers. Unless you studied Logic & Reasoning in college, it’s likely you’ve never heard of these. We break down the most common ones in an easy-to understand article. Learn from us and see if you can recognize them the next time you turn on your favorite “news” channel.

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