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YouTube Says Computers Helped It Pull Down Millions of Objectionable Videos Last Quarter

YouTube says it has successfully trained computers to flag objectionable videos. In the last quarter of 2017, the company reportedly pulled down more than six million of these videos before any users saw them. The news comes from a brief aside in Google CEO Sundar Pichai’s scripted remarks during parent company Alphabet’s earnings call today. “He said YouTube had pulled down more than six million videos in the last quarter of 2017 after first being flagged by its ‘machine systems,’ and that 75 percent of those videos ‘were removed before receiving a single view,'” reports Recode.


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