November 3, 2019

First Place — Analyzing News Articles with Natural Language Processing to Score Credibility

Christian K

Annually, the University of West Florida runs an event called “CodeFest”[1]. The idea behind the event is teams of 5 to 6 individuals generate an end user experience on a topic and idea of your choosing related to the theme of the year. This year, the theme was “smart” within a context of: helping people to make smarter decisions, smart cities, or forming smart habits. The goal is to develop this implementation within a 48-hour period.

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