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Logical Fallacy Detector Android App

We have published the app in the Android Play Store: Logical Fallacy Detector App This screenshot was taken when the app was just published, so download count is just 1. Detecting Logical Fallacies The main screen of the app allows to type in any text max 500 letters long. Then after the button Detect is pressed the app sends the text for the analysis to the cloud, receives the detection result with the list of found logical fallacies and shows them under the text.

Logical Fallacy Detector App Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy Last updated: October 11, 2022 This Privacy Policy describes Our policies and procedures on the collection, use and disclosure of Your information when You use the Service and tells You about Your privacy rights and how the law protects You. We use Your Personal data to provide and improve the Service. By using the Service, You agree to the collection and use of information in accordance with this Privacy Policy.

Make Sense News Australia: September 2022

How We Choose We haveve selected the top most engaging news articles on Twitter from Australian MSM and prominent journalists. The selection criteria are based on logical fallacies statistics found in the retweets and comments. Critical Concentration “Prince Harry should dump his salacious tell-all and rein in Meghan Markle if he wants to honour King Charles, writes Piers Morgan.” The response to this tweet from Sky News Australia contains approximately 62% of comments that look a lot like fallacious reasoning of any type our detector can recognise.

Appeal to Ignorance - Definition and Examples

Appeal to Ignorance comes from argumentum ad ignorantiam, which is a Latin word that literally translates as “Argument from ignorance.” This is the logical fallacy that a statement or belief is false simply because it has not been proven true or, conversely, true because it has not been proven false. This is a variation of “innocent until proven guilty” that resonates so well in America because it is what American criminal justice system is based upon.

Annotated Logical Fallacies Dataset for Training AI - Review

Logical Fallacy Detector and Dataset A new paper published in Feb 2022 (v1) - May 2022 (v2) “Logical Fallacy Detector” by Zhijing Jin and others, has a dataset “Logic” of annotated logical fallacy examples as an open-source appendix. This dataset is available on . In case the original repo is not online - the Sep 2022 copy of the repository is available on . This publication arxiv:2202.13758 has on the top of the annotation page Below is the original cleaning process described in the citation from the paper, section A.