Facebook To Use Artificial Intelligence System DeepText To Better Understand Posts, Filter Spam

Facebook developed DeepText to better understand the content and context of text posted on the social network. It can analyze thousands of posts per second with near-human accuracy.   ( Dan Kitwood | Getty Images ) Advertisement Facebook has built an artificial intelligence (AI) engine to better understand the multitude of text and information that users post on the social network. The social media giant on June 1 unveiled DeepText, a deep learning-based text understanding engine that can analyze the content and context of text users post on Facebook with near human accuracy and at an impressive speed: thousands of posts per second. With users posting about 400,000 new stories and 125,000 comments per minute on Facebook, the AI system can potentially help improve overall user experience by classifying content,…


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