You need to send a POST request through this URL: https://dear.cs.olemiss.edu/baitbuster/api/cb_detection. Parameters must be submitted in the POST body.
title: string required
The headline of the article you want to check. It's a required parameter.
Link to the article you checked. It's not a required field. But to get the explanation behind clickbait decision, you need to provide the URL.
source_key: string required
It's a required field. You need to use the key "public_access".
The confidence behind the decision ranging from 0.0 to 1.0
The clickbait decision. Shows "clickbait" for clickbait article and "non-clickbait" for the non-clickbait articles
matched_ngram: array of string present if the article is clickbait
List of matched n-grams(n=3) used in most clickbait headlines
similarity: text present if the article is clickbait
Presents a comparison of the similarity between the summary of the content and the corresponding headline with respect to an average non-clickbait article.
summary: text present if the article is clickbait
Presents the summary of the content
- He had too many names- Thedailystar
- Opinion | I Didn’t Kill My Baby- Not Found
- How responsible leadership will guide our brave new world- Cnbc
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