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YouTube removes 18 million videos using AI

In the last one year, social media like YouTube, Facebook, Twitter have been harassed by fake content or wrong. Recently, YouTube, with the full support of Artificial Intelligence, has started removing videos uploaded against the company’s policy.

YouTube, the world’s largest video platform, removed 11.4 million videos in the second quarter of this year (April-June). Of these, 1.8 million videos have been removed using AI, according to YouTube.

The company did not put any pressure on its employees working from home to remove the video. Instead, according to the company’s policy, the company succeeded in automatically removing harmful videos using AI.

The company has clarified that the videos had to be removed based on the complaints received about the videos and its own evaluation.

The company had previously removed less than 9 million videos in 2019. The company estimates that more videos have been removed this year than last.

The company is also vigilant to prevent child protection, spam and violence, the statement said. YouTube has been tightening its standards and guidelines following growing criticism that the popularity of social networking sites has grown exponentially.

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Facebook’s controversial gaming app has been released in the App Store

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Facebook's controversial gaming app has been released in the App Store

Facebook’s controversial gaming app has been released in the App Store

Facebook has removed its special gaming app Facebook gaming app mini game section and released it in Apple’s App Store. Because of this mini-game section, Apple has rejected this Facebook app from the App Store many times.

What is memorable here is that the Facebook gaming app is a live stream gaming app, in which the user can watch live. The Facebook gaming app will compete with platforms like Twitch. Facebook unveiled its gaming app last April.

Originally launched for Android users, the app was made available for iOS devices four months later. Facebook’s gaming app is seen as a feature gaming app, which is available in the Android app, but not for iOS users.

However, due to the mini games section, this app of Facebook could not get approval in Apple’s App Store. The company has since been forced to remove this section.

Sheryl Sedberg, Facebook’s chief operating officer, told The Verge: “Unfortunately, we had to completely remove the game play feature of the Stand Alone Facebook gaming app in order to get Apple’s approval.”

In this case, Apple has been saying that the Facebook gaming app has not followed the guidelines of the App Store. Facebook has claimed that this app is a gaming app. But 95 percent of it is used for gaming streaming.

Click here to download the Facebook gaming app for Android and here for iOS.

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A 21-year-old Nepali youth discovered Instagram’s ‘bug’ and won a हजार 6,000 prize

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A 21-year-old Nepali youth discovered Instagram's 'bug' and won a हजार 6,000 prize

A 21-year-old Nepali youth discovered Instagram’s ‘bug’ and won a हजार 6,000 prize

Cyber ​​security researcher Saugat Pokharel has discovered a bug (security vulnerability) on Instagram. The 21-year-old discovered on Instagram that the user’s deleted photo and direct message had been on the company’s server for a long time.

According to Europe’s new data policy, in 2018, Instagram provided users with the facility to download their data. Taking advantage of the facility, Saugat downloaded his data. The downloaded data also included a photo he had deleted a year earlier and a direct message.

According to Instagram’s policy, if a user deletes a photo or direct message, the deleted message and photo must be removed within 90 days. This means that the company’s servers do not have such data.

However, in the data downloaded by Saugat, a photo older than 90 days is still on the server and that photo was also downloaded.

“The data that I deleted a long time ago has not been deleted by Instagram from its servers,” he told TechCrunch. The bug was fixed last month. ‘

“Investigators have long reported that even deleted data stays on the server and that the information is downloaded when the data is downloaded,” an Instagram spokesperson said. “Now the problem has been resolved.” There is no misuse of such data. ‘

For finding the bug, Instagram has given a reward of 6,000 US dollars, or 720,000 Nepali rupees.

And that is the end of the topic: A 21-year-old Nepali youth discovered Instagram’s ‘bug’ and won a हजार 6,000 prize

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Following the misleading information about Corona on social media, 800 people died

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Following the misleading information about Corona on social media, 800 people died

Following the misleading information about Corona on social media, 800 people died

At least 800 people have died worldwide in the first three months of the year due to misleading information about the corona virus, researchers say. A study published in the American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene found that.

According to the research, 5,800 people were hospitalized during the period after looking at misleading information on social media. Most of the victims were found to have consumed methanol and alcohol-based cleaning products.

These people believed in the misleading information that these items could cure the virus. Earlier, the World Health Organization (WHO) warned that the epidemic of epilepsy was spreading faster than the epidemic.

According to the WHO, conspiracy theories, rumors, religious and cultural superstitions are increasing the number of deaths and other incidents.

Misleading information took my life

The study found that people took an overdose of cow’s urine, ginger and vitamins, believing the rumor to be a method of treatment. Many people lost their lives due to the serious effects of such inedible substances.

In addition, online rumors led to violent mob attacks in India and mass poisoning in Iran. Telecommunications engineers and phone towers were also attacked due to conspiracy theories linked to FiveG.

Similarly, many scammers had sold ineffective interest rates on social media saying that it would stop the epidemic.

Conspiracy threat to Covid 19 vaccine

Even with the Covid 19 vaccine, there is an increased risk of anti-vaccine campaigners abusing social media. They risk spreading misinformation against the vaccine and urging people not to use the vaccine.

Social media is removing and labeling misleading information about the vaccine. However, a recent poll in the United States revealed a surprising fact.

It has been revealed that 28 percent of Americans still believe that Bill Gates is trying to implant microchip implants in people through vaccines.

And that is the end of the topic: Following the misleading information about Corona on social media, 800 people died

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