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Mark Zuckerberg, founder of social media giant Facebook, has outlined a plan to have AI software review content in a move to combat terrorism, bullying and violence, reports BBC.co.uk. Zuckerberg admitted that Facebook had previously made mistakes in the content it had removed from the website, but confirmed it would take years for the necessary algorithms to be developed, stating that “The complexity of the issues we’ve seen has outstripped our existing processes for governing the community.” Zuckerberg continued, “We are researching systems that can read text and look at photos and videos to understand if anything dangerous may be happening. This is still very early in development, but we have started to have it look at some content, and it already generates about one third of all reports to the team that reviews content.”

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