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Finding love with AI

What does it take to find love in the modern world? More and more it usually comes down to an eye-catching profile picture and a […]

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Ethical AI Handbook – by Utopia Analytics

The Ethical AI framework covers ten key principles, all of which must be considered throughout the development processes of our AI systems.

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Toxicity and the hidden dangers of shoddy moderation 

Poor moderation has a much wider impact than just the experience of the player.

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Ethical AI Part 10: Trust

All the ethical intentions in the world are worthless without earned trust.

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What to do about moderation in Meta’s metaverse?

Despite Mark Zuckerberg’s recent declaration that “open standards, privacy and safety need to be built into the metaverse from day one” – the current reality is closer to the anything-goes chat rooms of the early web.

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Savings available for insurers through the use of AI

So now that an insurer knows Utopia AI can predict the areas of potential loss, the question becomes: How is the system able to do this?

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Automating online marketplace content moderation

For popular marketplaces with high volumes of listings, it’s a constant challenge to keep all of this content on track. To tackle this problem, many early adopters have turned to content moderation software.

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Weekly Gaming Q&A Series – Week 10: Who’s responsible for artificial intelligence?

It’s natural that people question the responsibility of automated technologies. But experts agree that legislation lays the foundation for the ethical use of AI.

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Weekly Gaming Q&A Series – Week 9: How effective is AI when it comes to in-game chat moderation?

Questions arise around AI because AI is often used as a broad, catch-all term, but AI systems can vary hugely in their capabilities.

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Weekly Gaming Q&A Series – Week 8: Why is human-based moderation so hard to get right?

Humans often fall short when it comes to moderation because we come equipped with our own inherent biases.

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