Tech giants expects AI errors as coronavirus empties offices

Tech giants expects AI errors as coronavirus empties offices

Tech giants including Google, Facebook and Twitter warned on Monday that more videos and other content could be erroneously removed for policy violations. This comes as the coronavirus has triggered empty offices, leading the companies to rely on automated takedown software. Such software is not always as accurate as humans, which leads to errors, Google said in a blog post.

Chris
Chris
atlas shrugged
atlas shrugged 3 months

Emptying offices?! Can't they work from home? You know, by like using the internet which us what their entire business is based on...

Up
Up 3 months

This is just a way for them to purge users and videos they dont like. Then shrug and say it was the AI. They have been waiting for something like this.

John W
John W 3 months

yea it's Coronavirus causing removal of videos, it certainly hasn't happened before.

Marcus Rogers
Marcus Rogers 3 months

"errors" in other words, "we can suppress your speech and it's not our fault"

Raymond M Hein Jr
Raymond M Hein Jr 3 months

I call bullshit

Tinkering
Tinkering 3 months

This is truly the definitive example of malarkey... unreal.

Avi Khait
Avi Khait 3 months

Maybe they've never heard of internet, poor folks.

Per Gunnar
Per Gunnar 3 months

Utter bullshit. I the employees of companies like Facecrap etc.. cannot work remotely then they're just incompetent. This just a blatant attempt to cover up their worthless and biased censoring procedures.

Hugo Stiglitz
Hugo Stiglitz 3 months

CHINESE FLU, got to be honest call it what it is

Pj
Pj 3 months

why did my comment get removed

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