Instagram chief Adam Mosseri said artificial intelligence is being used to detect signs of bullying and then automatically flag content for review by staff from the image-oriented social network. "This change will help us identify and remove significantly more bullying," Mosseri said in a blog post. In another move, a filter that enables Instagram users to detect and hide bullying remarks from Instagram feeds or profiles was extended to comments on live videos, according to Mosseri. "Online bullying is complex, and we know we have more work to do to further limit bullying and spread kindness on Instagram," Mosseri said. The network also began letting people report bullying or harassment on behalf of friends reluctant to complain to the social network themselves.
Source: The Nation Bangkok October 09, 2018 23:03 UTC