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About PanaTimes

About PanaTimes

Welcome to PanaTimes, an innovative and unique news experiment driven by advanced artificial intelligence (AI) technology.

As a non-profit, privately funded initiative, our mission is to provide you with a concise and well-rounded overview of current events.

Our AI system has undergone rigorous training using a vast array of reliable news sources, enabling it to conduct extensive research, fact-checking, and verification. It carefully filters out biased or manipulated content, presenting you with a factual summary that is essential for your knowledge as an informed citizen.

While our system strives for accuracy, we acknowledge that it is an evolving technology and unintentional inaccuracies may occur. We value your contribution in improving our platform, so please don't hesitate to contact us if you spot any inaccuracies or errors. Your feedback helps us enhance our system and deliver more precise content.

While we provide valuable insights, we always encourage you to seek comprehensive coverage from traditional news sources written by professional journalists. Our aim is to support these journalists, not replace them.

As am AI based news platform, PanaTimes is by nature impartial and independent, without any specific agenda or vested interests. Our goal is to present you with a balanced and objective perspective on every topic, catering to readers of all economic backgrounds, political viewpoints, beliefs, and personal preferences.

We firmly believe that well-informed citizens are the foundation of a thriving democracy, regardless of their financial or social status. To achieve this, we advocate for a free and accessible press. We believe that news hidden behind paywalls undermines democracy and creates a division between those who can afford quality news and those who cannot.

We are not driven by shareholders, commercial interest or political bias. Our sole determination and passion lie in delivering impactful global reporting, free from commercial or political influence, manipulations or disinformation.

We provide our content free of charge because we believe in information equality. Everyone should have access to truthful news, regardless of their ability to pay.

However, we recognize the importance of professional journalists who investigate, expose, and provide context to complex issues. that's why we provide only summery - and not all the news we collect to generate it.

We encourage you to support these journalists by subscribing to their publications, paying for their work, advertising with them, and helping them serve us better.

PanaTimes is here to empower the public's right to know and exercise press freedom. We stand for the freedom of the public to consume news without financial barriers. By joining forces, we can foster a society where information is freely accessible and democracy thrives.

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