Designing for Truth: Google Scholar Concept

Svilen
Svilen
Feb 8, 2018 · 7 min read

Truth Compass

How are we to know if a study in an article has been revised or retracted?

How credible is a study which cites retracted or outdated studies?

Is a study published by a private organization with conflict of interests?

Does the author have a documented history of fraud?

Google Scholar Browser Extension

I envision a Google Scholar browser extension that detects retracted or outdated documents, warns if a study’s citation is no longer valid, alerts of authors with documented fraud, and notifies of privately funded studies, in hopes of helping readers establish credibility.





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I invent, design and craft experiences and solutions ranging from reimagining the mundane to protecting fundamental human rights. I share my visions with the world through the language of design, film, and writing.

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Product + Experience Design | creator of RubixToolkit.com & DesignSecrets.org

Svilen's Portfolio

I invent, design and craft experiences and solutions ranging from reimagining the mundane to protecting fundamental human rights. I share my visions with the world through the language of design, film, and writing.