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ALLEA addressed these and more questions in its newly formed working group, which held its kick-off meeting in London at the British Academy on 18 October Truth, Trust and Expertise. Central themes include: the alleged loss of trust in science and evidence, how valid knowledge can and should be acquired and communicated, the challenges posed by an increasingly digital society, and how academic disciplines and institutions should be dealing with these challenges.
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August PEriTiA Policy, Expertise and Trust in Action will explore the conditions under which people trust science and expertise used by governments and other societal decision-makers to inform their policies. Read more. January In response to these challenges, the paper discusses the development of new tools for fact-checking and quality control of scientific information online.
The authors urge political leaders to back and value scientific methods and standards of research integrity, and support digital innovations to overcome threats to public reasoning and scientific discourse.
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B2 [ U ] the quality of being true : There would seem to be some truth in what she says. There is no truth in the reports of his resignation.
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You cannot question the truth of his alibi. I don't suppose we'll ever know the truth about what happened that day. C2 [ C ] formal a fact or principle that is thought to be true by most people : It would seem to be a general truth that nothing is as straightforward as it at first seems.
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The entire system of belief is based on a few simple truths. More examples The judge was satisfied that she was telling the truth. There was certainly an element of truth in what she said.
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He's dying but he refuses to face the truth. It's difficult to disentangle hard fact from myth , or truth from lies. The truth about the accident may never be known. Thesaurus: synonyms and related words Reality and truth a slice of life idiom actuality apothegm authenticity fact gospel home truth immediacy impostor syndrome McCoy real life realia reality the genuine article idiom the real McCoy truth is stranger than fiction idiom truth will out idiom veracity verisimilitude verity.