UK actuality checking association, FullFact, has reported it has been granted €50,000 (£43,000) by the tech goliath's Digital News Initiative to construct the principal "completely computerized end-to-end certainty checking framework".
In an announcement, FullFact clarified that the framework will have two fundamental components.
One will illuminate perusers if something reported as truth has as of now been demonstrated off base.
The other mode will certainty check asserts consequently utilizing Natural Language Processing and measurable investigation progressively – something FullFact said has never been done – by highlighting the content and having a factbox show up when the client drifts over it.
The venture, which is likewise bolstered by two littler UK tech organizations Bytemark and Flax, expects to battle fake "news" locales spreading false data – especially about politically charged points, for example, saw wrongdoing by displaced people, migration and the claimed violations of government officials, for example, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
As indicated by investigation by Buzzfeed News, fake decision news got more consideration on Facebook than genuine stories amid the US presidential race.
It found that the 20 best performing stories from trick sites and divided sites created 8.7m shares, responses and remarks in the three months to surveying day – contrasted with 7.4m for customary news outlets.
Facebook endeavored to diffuse feedback saying it was a tech organization not a media organization and was not in charge of the data shared on its system.
However, taking after the stun triumph of Mr Trump a week ago, an informal team of Facebook has purportedly been set up to inspect the part it played in the spread of false data amid the crusade.
After a report discovered Facebook's News Feed highlight was skewed for left-wing news sources in August, the organization let go some of its "trneding news" editors however the calculation which supplanted them naturally started advancing false news shared by clients.
FullFact said the activity was in regards to reestablishing confidence in lawmakers and open figures taking after the EU choice where many were seen to have straightforwardly lied.
It said: "many people on both sides felt misled amid the choice. What's more awful is that many individuals believe it's inescapable they will be deceived. "Just around 1 in 5 of us by and large trust legislators or columnists to come clean.
"We as a whole need instruments that help us pick when to trust and when not to trust claims we listen.
"Something else, it's too simple just to turn off totally and be critical about everything."
Google's Digital News Initiative has so far offered €24m (£20.6m) to support 124 ventures crosswise over 25 European nations.
Google stores mechanized reality checking programming in offer to battle fake news