Fake news got you down? Chameleon‘s Deception Detection Algorithm™ makes fake news a thing of the past.
Nowadays, news departments are under threat. By the time appropriate fact checking has taken its course, the real, fake or undetectable news has timed out. Chameleon has solved this recent and past problem based on our researchers-in-residence Erwin Schrödinger’s and Werner Karl Heisenberg’s work on uncertainty principle.
The uncertainty principle is not readily apparent on the macroscopic scales of everyday experience. So it is helpful to demonstrate how it applies to more easily understood physical situations. Two alternative frameworks for quantum physics offer different explanations for the uncertainty principle. The wave mechanics picture of the uncertainty principle is more visually intuitive, but the more abstract matrix mechanics picture formulates it in a way that generalizes more easily.
Schrödinger and Heisenberg created the most common general form of the uncertainty principle to create a slightly stronger inequality, the Schrödinger uncertainty relation:
Using a quantum harmonic oscillator of characteristic angular frequency, the results are easily achieved:
The result for the news department is a nearly 100% success rate for filtering out fake news. And Chameleon makes it completely transparent.
For example, we put Chameleon’s Deception Detection Algorithm™ to test. Given the following Chameleon stories:
With one click of a button
we filter out all fake stories:
According to Schrödinger and Heisenberg, Bannister Lake’s applied use of uncertainty principle in the form of the elegant Deception Detection Algorithm™ is a revelation for today’s news department. Fake news is officially extinct.
Chameleon’s Deception Detection Algorithm will be released April 1st, 2017.