New Delhi: Search engine large Google has launched fact-check label to its images in search to assist customers regarding the veracity of the images.
“We are surfacing fact check information in Google Images globally to help people navigate these issues and make more informed judgments about what they see on the web. This builds on the fact check features in Search and News, which people come across billions of times per year,” Harris Cohen, Group Product Manager, Search wrote in the Google weblog on Monday.
Here is how the fact-check label works
- When you search on Google Images, you may even see a “Fact Check” label underneath the thumbnail picture outcomes.
- Once you faucet one among these outcomes to view the picture in a bigger format, you’ll see a abstract of the very fact verify that seems on the underlying internet web page.
- These labels could seem each for reality verify articles about particular images and for reality verify articles that embody a picture in the story.
Fact verify labels seem on outcomes that come from unbiased, authoritative sources on the internet that meet our standards, Google stated.
“These sources rely on ClaimReview, an open method used by publishers to indicate fact check content to search engines. We already highlight fact checks on Search and in Google News to make this content easy to discover. YouTube also leverages ClaimReview to surface fact check information panels in Brazil, India and the U.S. The full fact check library can be accessed through a dedicated search tool and an open API,” Google stated.