Facebook Conflict Alerts to Group Administrators

June 18, 2021
This mechanism allows group administrators to help smooth things out between users. This mechanism allows group administrators to help smooth things out between users.

Vision, Daily Times, california, Facebook has decided to send what it calls "conflict alerts" to those who have groups, and also to those in charge of those groups if the AI ​​determines that the conversation in their group is "controversial or "unhealthy".

The Facebook platform is testing the use of artificial intelligence to detect conflicts between platform users in various groups.

There are tens of millions of active groups on the Facebook platform, the platform has 2.85 billion monthly users, and in late 2020, more than 1.8 billion people participate in groups each month.

For years, tech platforms like Facebook and Twitter have increasingly relied on artificial intelligence to determine a lot of what you see online, from tools that detect and remove hate speech on Facebook to tweets in the Twitter platform that appear on your timeline.

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