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Google AI is better than humans at spotting videos

When it comes to spotting extremist videos online, human moderators at YouTube are being given a helping hand from robots. 

Google, which owns YouTube, says that the machines are now superior to their human counterparts at flagging and removing offensive videos. 

Over the past month, the robots have identified more than 75 per cent of offensive videos from YouTube before they are reported to users.

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When it comes to spotting extremist videos online, human moderators at YouTube are being given a helping hand from robots. Google, which owns YouTube says that the machines are now superior to their human counterparts at flagging and removing offensive videos

When it comes to spotting extremist videos online, human moderators at YouTube are being given a helping hand from robots. Google, which owns YouTube says that the machines are now superior to their human counterparts at flagging and removing offensive videos

ROBOT MODERATORS

Google has been using artificial intelligence moderators to monitor illegal videos on YouTube over the last month, in which time it has more than doubled the number of offensive videos deleted from YouTube during this time.

Google said: 'With over 400 hours of content uploaded to YouTube every minute, finding and taking action on violent extremist content poses a significant challenge.

'But over the past month, our initial use of machine learning has more than doubled both the number of videos we've removed for violent extremism, as well as the rate at which we've taken this kind of content down.'

The robot moderators are now more accurate than its human moderators at flagging offensive content, according to Google. 

The firm wrote: 'While these tools aren't perfect, and aren't right for every setting, in many cases our systems have proven more accurate than humans at flagging videos that need to be removed.'

Google has been using artificial intelligence moderators to monitor illegal videos on YouTube over the last month.

In a blog, the firm

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