Facebook AI software could stop users posting risqué shots online

Having announced new developments in its artificial intelligence (AI) image recognition technology earlier this month, Facebook has confirmed that the software will also alert users if they’re about to upload a photo that they may rather keep away from the public eye. When uploading photos which may include nude content or images of children, for example, the technology notifies the user who can then make the decision whether or not to complete the upload. Speaking at a Facebook event in London last night, Engineering VP Jay Parikh explained: “If I were to upload a photo of my kids playing at the park and I accidentally had it shared with the public, this system could say hey wait a minute, this photo is of your kids […] Normally you post this…


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