Join Logically in South Korea for Global Fact 10, the world's largest fact-checking summit. Our hosts are the International Fact-Checking Network (IFCN) at the Poynter Institute in partnership with SNUFactCheck.

Senior members of the Logically team will also be given talks and workshops during the event. We'll also be presenting the findings of our latest audience research report on trust in the media and the public's view on a range of issues on fact-checking, social platforms, and technology. You can find out more about the report here

Finally, in the session on the 30 June, we'll be showcasing the latest developments of Logically Intelligence.

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Discussion with TikTok: Our approach to countering misinformation

Join members of TikTok’s Integrity and Authenticity team to learn more about how they counter misinformation and partner globally with fact-checking organizations. The conversation will be facilitated by Logically’s VP of Fact Checking, Baybars Orsek, who leads one of TikTok’s fact-checking partners, Logically Facts. Audience questions are encouraged.

When: 11:00 - 12:00 29 June
Where: Main Conference Room 401 (4th Floor) In-person and Virtual Session. 

Breakout Session: “Fact-checking elections”

Join FullFact’s outgoing CEO, Will Moy, in conversation with Logically Facts’ Vice President of Fact-Checking, Baybars Orsek. Together they’ll offer a dynamic workshop on fact-checking in elections, with this interactive session aiming to unify our collective experiences and future strategies in this field.

Whether you’re an experienced fact-checker with insights from past elections, or you have plans and queries for future ones, your contributions are valued. This collaborative platform encourages active participation, fostering shared learning and growth.

Our goal is to create a comprehensive overview of our shared experiences to enhance the confidence of the fact-checking community in approaching future elections. Additionally, the workshop aims to articulate the importance of our work in a way that resonates with funders and other stakeholders.

When: 15:30 - 17:20 29 Jun
Where: Main Conference Room 401 (4th Floor) In-person Session.

Breakout Session: “Perception Is Reality: Public Research on the Fact-checking Industry”

What does the public really think of fact-checking? What about ChatGPT? Logically Facts surveyed over 6,000 people in India, the UK, and the US to better understand how the public in each country perceives fact-checking, mis- and disinformation, and the role technology plays as it relates to both. Join this session to review and discuss the results and learn how we can help build greater public trust in fact-checking. You can also read the report here.

Join Logically’s Head of Fact-Checking (UK & EU), Lorena Martinez and VP Global Marketing, Katherine Watson, in this interactive breakout session. 

When: 16:25 - 17:25. 28 June
Where: E1 (3rd Floor), In-person and Virtual Session

Tackling misinformation at speed and scale: Empowering fact-checkers through collaboration and technology

Technology is at the heart of our problems and solutions. Bad actors amplify misinformation and use generative artificial intelligence and data voids, exploiting the lack of cross-language and domain-specific information sharing among fact-checkers. In this session, we’ll discuss what technology can do to solve the problem, showcase Logically Facts’ AI-powered detection capabilities and Logically Intelligence platform, and explore the potential of AI in fact-checking with experts in the loop both at the global and hyper-local levels. This breakout session will be lead by Logically’s VP of Fact Checking, Baybars Orsek, and Senior Product Manager, Sam Watson. 

When: 10:00 - 10:50 30 June
Where: In-person E3 (3rd Floor) and Virtual Session

Global Fact-Checks Completed

We rely on information to make meaningful decisions that affect our lives, but the nature of the internet means that misinformation reaches more people faster than ever before