People, not AI, to blame for the ills of social media

Opinions must be based on facts, not on a distortion of facts, says the writer. PHOTO: REUTERS
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SINGAPORE - Don't believe everything you read. There is a certain degree of irony in that statement. But feel free to disagree with me.

When is a fact an opinion? And vice versa?

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