FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Storyzy is a 4 year old Start-Up developing Natural Language Processing to automate news verification. Our technology is based on quotes extraction that allows the identification of similar editorial lines and points of views between sites, something that is unachieveable by keywords.
Is the service only in English?
For now, our complex NLP technology only works in English but we are developing it in new languages. French will be available soon, before the end of 2017.
How can I trust your solution?
Storyzy's team of NLP engineers and seasoned journalism experts has been working on automated fact-checking for 5 years.
What are your responsibilities?
Why don't you propose a free trial?
A partial blacklist isn't sufficient to block your ads on every fake news website. It's the reason why we consider that only the whole paid list should be used. Nevertheless you can ask for a sample of the blacklist.
What is the difference between the Storyzy blacklist and those I can find online?
Most of the public lists available are made by volunteers and are therefore not updated continuously like ours. Additionally, they are not tailored to advertising usage.
How many sites are present in the Storyzy Blacklist?
The number of sites fluctuate as we update the list in real-time (unavailable sites get removed from the list and new sites added in real-time). Currently the list contains between 700 and 1,000 sites, representing 500,000+ URLs.
What kind of sites do you consider as fake news?
Globally all sites that are misleading people. By fake news we mean news articles that are intentionally and verifiably false. Storyzy's blacklist also includes sites that are spreading rumors, conspiracy theories, recurrent reporting mistakes, pseudoscience, propaganda, hoaxes.