AtLeastSomeOne2 karma2019-06-25 15:53:12 UTC
1. How close are we to a proper AI moderation of content? Did you talk to a techie who is actually working on this stuff?
What is the situation with other platforms like Twitter and YouTube? Especially YouTube, given the scale. Quite sure people try to upload a lot of gore and disturbing stuff there all the time.
Just like there’s a central database of hashes for matching child porn, why aren’t the videos that are being taken down stores as a database, to avoid re upload? And more importantly, they should rather make these hashes public so that other platforms can also proactively block them.
Finally, do you personally think that it is a strong possibility that there is no solution for this problem? That AI never goes with 100% reliability. Number of videos will keep going up and so will number of moderators.
Will platforms like Snapchat — that allow only selected public accounts/publishers to broadcast to large audience — finally have their day?
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