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Facebook announces AI system to detect revenge porn, says accounts posting it will be deleted

[2019-03-15 15:02:23]

Facebook first started trialling a system to combat revenge porn late last year, but it had one rather scary aspect: you had to upload your own nudes so the platform knew which images it should block. The social network has today announced a new AI-based detection system … The post Facebook announces AI system to detect revenge porn, says accounts posting it will be deleted appeared first on 9to5Mac.

Facebook announces AI system to detect revenge porn, says accounts posting it will be deleted


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