Facebook used experimental audio tech to shut down videos that AI missed after the New Zealand mosque massacres
Thursday, 21 March 2019 · Facebook has said it deployed experimental audio tech to support its AI in detecting and blocking copies of the New Zealand mosque shootings video.
· In a blog published on Wednesday, the social media company admitted its use of AI for detecting harmful content was "not perfect."
· Facebook has faced widespread criticism...
New York (CNN Business ) Facebook and other social media companies fought to stop videos of the New Zealand mosque attacks from spreading on their sites. Facebook said Sunday that it removed 1.5 million videos of the New Zealand attacks around the globe. Facebook also said it was "removing all edited...
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