Well done! You’re ahead of the pack.

Only 56% of Canadians are confident that they can spot AI-generated misinformation online, so you’ve got a sharp eye for authenticity.

Below are a few simple tips and useful resources you can use to brush up on your media literacy skills.

Tools and Resources

Learn more about AI, journalism and misinformation below.

The Paris Charter on AI and Journalism

Reporters Without Borders brought together journalists from around the world to establish principles that guide the ethical use of AI in news media. Learn about how they’re working to help Keep Truth Human.

News Literacy in the Age of AI

The News Literacy Project’s collection of AI articles shares useful resources for kids, adults and educators.

Google's “About this image” tool

Learn more about how an image has been used online with this new tool from the search engine giant.

Pre-Bunking: How to Head-off Misinformation Before it Spreads

NPR’s guide to staying ahead of misinformation by building resilience and debunking falsehoods.

Cambridge University Misinformation Susceptibility Test

This 5-minute quiz helps researchers understand vulnerability to misinformation and improve news literacy.

CopyLeaks AI Detector

While detecting AI-generated written content with certainty can be tough, this site is recognized as one of the most accurate tools by third-party researchers.