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With hate speech becoming more difficult to tackle, this startup has created an AI-powered service to help businesses including TikTok flag offensive content

Timothy Quinn co-founder Hatebase

  • Hatebase, a Toronto-based artificial intelligence startup, has built a service that alerts companies and organizations when their users post offensive content.
  • The startup is building a database that includes hateful words and phrases from more than 95 languages that are used in more than 180 countries.
  • Its technology is used by the world’s four biggest social networks, including TikTok; those companies and others face growing pressure to get hate speech under control.
  • Hatebase began as an initiative of the Sentinel Project, a Canadian nonprofit that uses technology to assist vulnerable communities that are potential targets of violence and read more >>>

    Source:: BusinessInsider.Com