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AI system detecting online buzz for Zemmour’s campaign misrepresented as favourable ‘poll’

By France24
13 April 2022   |   2:52 pm
QOTMII is an app that detects online buzz through an AI system using millions of calculations scanning online media and social media. In the past, it has accurately assessed the outcome of presidential elections in France and the US. French far-right candidate Eric Zemmour used data assembled by QOTMII indicating that he could reach the second round of France's presidential election and presented it to supporters as a favourable poll. We tell you more in this edition of Truth or Fake.

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