Machine learning detects hate speech

02 March 2022, Hessen, Dieburg: Melanie Siegel, professor of information science at Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences, sits in front of a screen displaying the graphical interface for the project to detect hate comments on the Internet. Anti-Semitism, calls for criminal acts or depictions of violence: hate and incitement are everyday occurrences on the Internet. Hessian investigators are now to receive software that can help them quickly prioritize reported suspicious cases. (to dpa "Hate on the Internet: Software to help investigators with rapid detection") Photo: Sebastian Gollnow/dpa (Photo by Sebastian Gollnow/picture alliance via Getty Images)
02 March 2022, Hessen, Dieburg: Melanie Siegel, professor of information science at Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences, sits in front of a screen displaying the graphical interface for the project to detect hate comments on the Internet. Anti-Semitism, calls for criminal acts or depictions of violence: hate and incitement are everyday occurrences on the Internet. Hessian investigators are now to receive software that can help them quickly prioritize reported suspicious cases. (to dpa "Hate on the Internet: Software to help investigators with rapid detection") Photo: Sebastian Gollnow/dpa (Photo by Sebastian Gollnow/picture alliance via Getty Images)
Machine learning detects hate speech
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