At the time, search engines had started to take over as the preferred method to find information and facts. But as useful as they can be, Factlab saw their shortcomings. In the increasingly dense information jungle, how were you supposed to know which facts to trust, and which were false or uncertain? How were you supposed to have a fruitful discussion with someone who use fake news or alternative facts as arguments? The answer was and still is: back up your standpoint with source-referenced facts.
They decided to build the Factlab strategy on transparency and validity. By partnering with the world’s most common sources they started to build a big data hub with referred facts only. Every search should result in a fact where you could clearly see its original source.
Today Factlab is a fast-growing big data hub, with tens of millions of facts. Users come from all over the world, using Factlab both as a valuable work tool or just for the fun of knowing. Factlab also enjoy a loyal community of Factivists who keep spreading the importance of valid facts all over the internet.
And still, this is just the beginning. The need for relevance and authenticity grows, and they believe that Factlab has an important role in creating a more knowledgeable world. Welcome to join the movement and get your facts straight!
Learn more about how both individuals and professionals use Factlab to find source-referenced facts, to improve the quality of their work.