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FACT

Abbreviation for Foundation for the Accreditation of Cellular Therapy.
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When given a new news-outlet, the system was then 65 % accurate at detecting whether it has a high, low, or medium level of 'factuality,' and roughly 70 % accurate at detecting if it is left-leaning, right-leaning, or moderate.
LACKED BASISShe said the MP's statement lacked basis as he did not make any attempt to establish its factuality.Take notice that unless we hear from you on the above within (7) days hereof, we have mandatory instructions to institute legal proceedings against you at your own peril as to costs and attendant consequences," lawyer Muigai told Mr Ali.
I would like to suggest some conceptual precisions that might help us to analyse and evaluate populists' relationship with expertise, knowledge, factuality and demagogy more thoroughly.
Hence was provided an opening for glib-talking men and women who could sit in front of a camera and spin a web of enticing content not weighed down by the dictates of accuracy and factuality.
Without this kind of commitment to fairness and factuality, VR could easily devolve into a propaganda tool.
And yet, in view of the absence of an editorial authority that regularly ascertains the factuality and fairness of every social media post, it is the new media that are suspected of lending themselves to systematic attempts to manipulate public opinion.
Rufus Jones' character David Wilkes (Senior Executive, Primetime Factuality) remains W1A's funniest - and most believable - character.
Among their topics are the International Arthurian Society and Arthurian scholarship, historiography: fictionality versus factuality, post-colonial studies, Herr Ivan: chivalric values and negotiations of identity, the Roman van Walewein and Moriaen: traveling through landscapes and foreign countries, and Jaufre: genre boundaries and ambiguity.
Automated news may be deficient in the stylistic savor of the exemplary news elaboration, replacing it with an accurate commitment to factuality. (Carlson, 2015)
In these and other similar examples, the kind of writing used suggests factuality, at least a formal factuality that readers may understand as having been fictionalized: content and contextual signs indicate the fantastic nature of the matter, such as the logical impossibility of factually narrating the biography of a man of the future, or yet of any human galactic history.