The Google Play Store has millions of apps, but it has known to let malicious apps through quite easily at times. Google is taking new steps to manage this, and much like most of the company’s newer initiatives, it involves artificial intelligence. The technique is called peer grouping, and it uses a machine learning algorithms to pick out the bad apps from the good ones. The AI’s job is to pick out the apps that may be malicious, and they’re brought to a human’s notice, who then decides whether to oust the app from the Play Store.
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