By Biasly (www.biasly.com), creator of the A.I. bias meter.
Biasly (home of the Bias Meter) has launched its Biasly Media Check chrome extension so users can check biases in real time on news websites by simply clicking the extension icon or the 'View Bias' button on the right side of the page. It also works on Facebook and Twitter to check media sources in the your news feed.
Generate news bias ratings on any articles you visit on the web, with just one click.
With Biasly Media Check for Chrome, you can immediately obtain the bias rating for any article that you visit. You can view the bias rating, how the news source leans/portrays politicians and political policies/issues mentioned. All article media bias ratings are based on the latest data science and analytics.
★ Bias Rating
Bias scores are on a scale of -100% to 100% with higher negative scores being more liberal and higher positive scores being more conservative, and 0% being neutral.
★ Politician Portrayals by Media
The media portrayal of politicians show how positively or negatively the news source portrays the politician. Negative and positive sentiment scores are on a scale of -100% to 100% with higher negative scores showing in a more negative light and higher positive scores showing in a more positive light.
★ Policy Leanings
Individual policies and sentiments towards those policies will show how the author portrays or mentions a policy in its articles and how the average reader interprets it.
★ For Educators, News Agencies, Politicians, and Everyone Around the World
The extension is made for people who are interested in learning or teaching students about media biases in the news and how these can affect someone's perception of the news. We give you actionable insights in how you might read the news you and understand what is going on behind the scenes.
★ Get started
The Biasly Media Check chrome extension requires you to create a free Biasly account immediately after the installation. As of now, all bias ratings are free with the extension.
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