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ArXiv Preprint

The evolution of social media platforms have empowered everyone to access information easily. Social media users can easily share information with the rest of the world. This may sometimes encourage spread of fake news, which can result in undesirable consequences. In this work, we train models which can identify health news related to COVID-19 pandemic as real or fake. Our models achieve a high F1-score of 98.64%. Our models achieve second place on the leaderboard, tailing the first position with a very narrow margin 0.05% points.

Tathagata Raha, Vijayasaradhi Indurthi, Aayush Upadhyaya, Jeevesh Kataria, Pramud Bommakanti, Vikram Keswani, Vasudeva Varma

2021-01-28