Facebook: Our AI failed to catch the New Zealand shooter video
Thursday, 21 March 2019 London (CNN)Facebook acknowledges its systems failed to catch the livestream video of the New Zealand mosque attack, shedding new light on how the company became aware of the video. In a blog post late Wednesday evening the social media company's vice president of integrity, Guy Rosen, wrote that the shooter's video did not trigger Facebook's automatic detection systems because its artificial intelligence did not have enough training to recognize that type of video. The shooter livestreamed 17...
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