When it comes to managing extremist content on its platform, YouTube seems to have the same idea as Facebook. Days after Facebook announced its plan to take on extremist on its network, Kent Walker, senior VP and general counsel of Google, explained YouTube’s initiatives for the same. And the two are remarkable similar, driven by a combination of human and AI elements. Walker’s post, which was originally published as an op-ed on Financial Times, has now been posted on Google’s blog as well. In it, he explains four steps that YouTube is taking to curb extremist content on the video streaming platform.
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