get more kgb:
kgbdeals
kgbanswers
kgbpeople is a free people search engine

Log in with your Facebook account:

 

Forgotten your password?

Not signed up yet? Sign up now!

Craig Silverman

Mail this result to a friend

  1. preview email

Email alerts

Email alerts are automatically sent to you when there are new results for this person.

Set as alert

Looking for someone but can't find him/her?

kgbpeople can help! Leave a message so they can get back in touch with you.

Leave a message
  • Background Search

  • kgbpeople profiles

    0 results found
  • Twitter

  • LinkedIn

  • Facebook

  • MySpace

  • Flickr Profiles

  • Classmates

  • Foursquare

  • Amazon Wishlists

No results found on:

More search results

Need more results? Select more sources via search settings

  • Real estate

  • Google

  • Bing

  • News

  • Blogs

No results found on:

More search results

Need more results? Select more sources via search settings

  • Images

  • Flickr

  • YouTube

No results found on:

More search results

Need more results? Select more sources via search settings

  • Facts

  • Tags

  • Email addresses

  • Phone numbers

  • Documents

No results found on:

More search results

Need more results? Select more sources via search settings

YouTube

422 results found

First 10 results

Blogs

7.410 results found

First 10 results

Foursquare

5 results found
Picture Name Location  
Craig Silverman Montreal, Canada  
Craig Silverman Waltham, MA  
Craig Silverman Atlanta, GA  
Craig Silverman New York  
Craig Silverman Unknown  

Amazon Wishlists

14 results found

First 10 results

Picture Name Location  
Craig Silverman  
Craig Silverman  
Craig Silverman  
Craig Silverman  
Craig Silverman  
Craig Silverman  
Craig Silverman  
CRAIG A SILVERMAN  
Craig Silverman  
Craig E Silverman  

News

109 results found

First 10 results

How Emergent founder Craig Silverman is using data to hunt down online hoaxes

If anyone can claim to be an expert in online rumors, falsehoods and fakes, it would have to be Craig Silverman, who has written both a book and a blog called Regret The Error and is now a fellow at Columbia University's Tow Center for Digital Media.

 

How to Stop a Rumor Online (Before the Rumor Becomes a Lie)

As Craig Silverman, the rumor researcher who created the site, told me: "It's aiming to be a real-time monitoring of claims that are emerging in the press." You can think of it as something of a data-driven version of Snopes—with a more expansive premise.

 

Rumors spread further than truth on social media

Craig Silverman, a fellow at the Tow Center for Digital Journalism at Columbia University, developed Emergent to track data that shows how unverified claims are spread all over social media. Looking at a range of rumors that have been spread online ...

 

Finally, the Useful New Website That Debunks Silly Internet Rumors in Real Time

According to Craig Silverman, the rumor researcher behind Emergent, he and a research assistant comb through mainstream and social media to find out which rumors are going viral. Then they aggregate the articles reporting the rumor, determine the ...

 

Why Rumors Outrace the Truth Online

To see just how these false and unverified claims are shared, Craig Silverman, a journalist and fellow at the Tow Center for Digital Journalism at Columbia University, has developed Emergent, a tool that tracks the dissemination of rumors online on ...

 

New website aims to debunk rumors before they spread online

Some unusual stuff happened in September. "ESPN planned a domestic violence panel that didn't include any women," "Batmobile was stolen," and "Florida woman got a third breast" were all headlines that made their way across the Internet via social media.

 

What happens after the truth puts its boots on?

Craig Silverman and his team at the Tow Center aim to use the data they collect to identify why some debunking efforts are more successful than others and best practices for journalists to use. Earlier this year, researchers at Facebook published a ...

 

Facebook launches “Safety Check” tool for disasters

Facebook announced Thursday the launch of a “Safety check” tool to notify friends and family in natural disasters. The tool will will let friends and family know you're safe in the midst of crisis, check on others in the affected area and show which of ...

 

We still don't know how to stop misinformation online

Produced by Craig Silverman as part of a fellowship at the Tow Center for Digital Journalism at Columbia University, Emergent tracks suspect stories as they manifest online. After debuting at the recent Online News Association conference, it received a ...

 

Nobody would really care if this story was a total lie

Emergent was created by Craig Silverman, a journalist and fellow at Columbia University's Tow Center for Digital Journalism. The website is especially valuable (as well as just neat and interesting) at a time when questionable information and phony ...

 

Images

10.800 results found

First 10 results

Tags

10 results found