Facebook and Apple Disagree on How to Curb Fake News for U.S. Midterms

It's interesting to see how Apple and Facebook are approaching the problem of "fake news" differently. Facebook is sticking to it's "algorithmic" approach, which i guess would be far more scalable if (and it's a big if) it can be demonstrated to work. Apple's employing more people to review the news that's presented through the hardware/software giant's own apps, teaching us:
1. the scale of the problem facing Facebook's is simply orders of magnitude larger (Apple only curates content from a chosen set of sources, not any joe schmoe writing a blog), and
2. Apple's convinced it can avoid human bias, while Facebook believes it can code it out.
Apple News launched a human-curated elections section, sparking a debate about tech companies and automation.