YouTube removes 7.8 million violative videos in July-September
Updated : December 14, 2018 04:28 PM IST
According to YouTube's latest "YouTube Community Guidelines Enforcement" report, 81 percent of these videos were first detected by machines while out of those detected by machines, 74.5 percent videos had never received a single view.
The company has been using a mix of human reviewers and technology to battle inappropriate content on its platform and in 2017 it started applying more advanced Machine Learning (ML) technology to flag content for review by its teams.
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