Regardless of what any source or authority might say, facts are facts. That's the definition of a 'fact'. The problem is that some facts are not the same as others.
Some facts are:
"Something actual as opposed to invented. Something that is real"
2 + 2 = 4 is the above sort of fact.
While other facts are:
"An objective consensus on a fundamental reality that has been agreed upon by a substantial number of experts."
The Lone Ranger is a bad movie is a consensus opinion not a fact.
The problem with consensus opinions is that they are opinions, not facts. This is also where the issue of alternative facts comes from when significant numbers of individuals differ in their view or understanding of some event in society.
Ziuli uses blockchain technology to validate facts around events by allowing individual users to upload their experiences (audio; video; personal accounts of events) and other users to validate or invalidate this information by adding further content to every event chain. As more and more uploaded data supports an account or event, the reliability of any news story automatically generated from each chain by Ziuli AI increases.
Because every interaction is tracked by our temporal blockchain technology, our system dissuades participation by disinformation agents and/or trolls. Where such agents of chaos do choose to spread their lies, an easily traceable account is available to law enforcement and intelligence professionals.