Five things we learnt from The Twitter Files Paid Members Public
After nearly a week of “revelatory” Twitter threads, what have we actually learnt?
After Christchurch: how do we curtail the spread of video from atrocities? Paid Members Public
The Christchurch attack was a terrorist event for the social media age. We need to address this situation on multiple levels to minimise the harm done.
Facebook's treatment of its content moderators: another attempt to avoid paying the costs of scale Paid Members Public
Casey Newton has talked to many of Facebook's outsourced content moderators - and the picture is appalling.
Inside the Facebook censorship machine Paid Members Public
Fascinating interview with Monika Bickert [http://recode.net/2014/09/12/how-facebook-decides-between-censorship-and-safety/] , the head of global policy for Facebook: > We use technology to help us triage reports, and we also use Microsoft’s Photo DNA to help us prevent images of child exploitation from being uploaded to the site, but
The New York Times battles trolls with AI Paid Members Public
I’ve spent a significant chunk of today reading about AI, for another writing project. That led me back to a piece, about the New York Times harnessing AI [https://www.recode.net/2017/6/13/15789178/new-york-times-expanding-comments-artificial-intelligence-google] system called Perspective to help with comment moderation: > “What Moderator really is