Modern Central Europe and Poland will become centres of dynamic and positive changes, Poland’s President Andrzej Duda has written.
The winners of the #FakeHunter Challenge competition to find and verify fake news on the web, organised by the Polish Press Agency (PAP) and GovTech, were announced on Friday night.
According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), it is important to catch fake news so it does not add to the “infodemic”, a term the WHO uses to describe the amount of incorrect virus claims.
The Polish Press Agency (PAP) and the John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin (KUL) in southern Poland will cooperate in training the school's journalism students for media work. KUL will also provide PAP with information on Polish R&D achievements.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the European Alliance of News Agencies (EANA) held its first ever online conference, instead of its planned meeting in Kiev, EANA has reported.
The Polish Press Agency together with GovTech Polska are launching the international competition #FakeHunter Challenge, the idea of which is to catch and expose false information on the web. The competition will be held on November 13th-15th.
The #FakeHunter application of the Polish Press Agency (PAP) is now available for Android and iOS. Thanks to it, not only computer users, but also mobile device users will be able to report potentially false information.
The Polish Press Agency (PAP), GovTech Polska, a Polish government technological agency, and the Financial Supervision Authority (KNF) will jointly fight disinformation on the Polish financial market under their #FakeHunter fake news-busting software.
For the sake of the health of journalists, the Polish Press Agency (PAP) has appealed against organising press conferences attended by newspeople.
The album of historic images provides a window on Poland’s turbulent history over the last 100 years, from the first steps of the republic to the present day.