Artificial Intelligence Spots More Offensive Photos Than Humans On Our Site: Facebook

Washington:  In an attempt to combat hate speech, Facebook has said its artificial intelligence (AI) systems now report more offensive photos than humans do, which can help remove such content before it hurts the sentiments of people.When users upload something offensive to disturb people, it normally has to be seen and flagged by at least one person. Offensive posts include content that is hate speech, threatening or pornographic; incites violence; or contains nudity or graphic or gratuitous violence. For example, a bully, jilted ex-lover, stalker, terrorist or troll could post offensive photos to someone’s wall, a group, event or the feed, ‘Tech Crunch’ reported.By the time the content is flagged as offensive and taken down by Facebook, it may have already caused the damage. Now, artificial intelligence is helping Facebook…


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