Do We Need Language-Specific Fact-Checking Models? The Case of Chinese

CoRR(2024)

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This paper investigates the potential benefits of language-specific fact-checking models, focusing on the case of Chinese. We demonstrate the limitations of methods such as translating Chinese claims and evidence into English or directly using multilingual large language models (e.g. GPT4), highlighting the need for language-specific systems. We further develop a state-of-the-art Chinese fact-checking system that, in contrast to previous approaches which treat evidence selection as a pairwise sentence classification task, considers the context of sentences. We also create an adversarial dataset to identify biases in our model, and while they are present as in English language datasets and models, they are often specific to the Chinese culture. Our study emphasizes the importance of language-specific fact-checking models to effectively combat misinformation.
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