Facebook AI Instagram EU Gdprgershgorn Onezero
By TOI Team September 18, 2022 Update on : September 20, 2022
Today’s discussion is “Facebook AI Instagram EU Gdprgershgorn”. How to train a bot to recognize images? Many companies have researched this area, and some have achieved results. Facebook has trained its AI SIER to recognize images. According to Facebook, it is 84.5% accurate.
The main difference between Facebook’s seer and traditional AI’s is that it learns on its own. It doesn’t need us to provide labeled datasets (Usually, that’s how you train ai). It can directly learn from any data provided to it.
This AI can analyze Instagram raw images and describe them. Facebook achieved this by feeding it more than 1 billion public Instagram images. It is now mature enough to look at a picture and know what it’s looking at.
What are its possible uses?
It has potentially limitless possibilities, some of which are good and some controversial.
Its main and most significant contribution would be to read out the images it sees on Instagram. Now you may ask, why is that useful? Well, it might not be useful for most of us but it is a game changer for those who unfortunately can’t see with their eyes. Now they can browse social media like the rest of us. And know what images their loved ones have posted mean. Although they can’t see the images, they can hear them.
With this AI, Instagram and Facebook can automatically know what image is problematic and take it off the shelf. This kind of AI software existed before but was not very effective. Most of the time, social media companies rely on users and employees to figure out what to ban. This process takes some time, usually a couple of days.
But when this AI starts working, it will analyze the image as soon as it is uploaded and determine whether to ban it. According to Facebook, this ai still in the development and testing process. It will take some time to start working on social media platforms.
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