Feb. 5, 2024, 8:10 p.m. | Rakesh M. Verma Nachum Dershowitz Victor Zeng Dainis Boumber Xuting Liu

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Internet-based economies and societies are drowning in deceptive attacks. These attacks take many forms, such as fake news, phishing, and job scams, which we call ``domains of deception.'' Machine-learning and natural-language-processing researchers have been attempting to ameliorate this precarious situation by designing domain-specific detectors. Only a few recent works have considered domain-independent deception. We collect these disparate threads of research and investigate domain-independent deception. First, we provide a new computational definition of deception and break down deception into a new …

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