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YouTube cuts reliance on AI moderation after incorrect takedowns


Team Udayavani, Sep 22, 2020, 7:13 PM IST

YouTube’s Chief Product Officer Neal Mohan claimed that the platform will use more human moderators after reliance on artificial intelligence (AI) led to a rise in deletions and incorrect takedowns.

As reported by HT, YouTube asserted that the reliance on the AI moderation had led to a surge in video removals and incorrect takedowns.

The company revealed that the video-sharing platform had taken down about 11 million videos from YouTube between April and June.

Half the videos that appealed against the removal were reinstated, as against 25% earlier.

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