Detection of a new program to deal with extremism and violence

Jun

20

2016

Upgrade researcher Hany Farid of Dartmouth University a new software tool designed to help companies unveiled find quickly and eliminate extremist content used to spread incitement to violence and attacks.

And proposed a draft-fighting terrorism and extremism, a nongovernmental group based in Washington, DC, to use the code in a system similar to the systems used to prevent the spread of pornography on the Internet.

The researcher also works on iPhoto DNA system PhotoDNA used widely by Internet companies to stop the spread of content , which includes sexual or pornographic material involving children exploitation.

Companies responsible for the social media about the possibility of use of the tool to stop extremist content networks did not comment, also questioned each other about it, according to sources in contact with Alhrki.

The announcement comes amid growing concerns about the radical jihadists and their use of social networks to spread violent content and recruit people to carry out such attacks is.

Said Mark Wallace, chief executive of the organization, which includes former diplomats from the United States and other countries that he believes that this is a technical solution to combat extremism online.

The group proposed the creation of “National Bureau for reporting on extremism,” the independent and who is supposed to work in a manner similar to pornography Center to enable Internet companies to delete this content automatically.

The researcher believes Hany Farid that the new system will be an effective tool for companies that it must review all complaints regarding unwanted content manually.

He completed a researcher that he had simply developed a technology that allows companies to impose the terms of their service accurately and effectively, and the work of the researcher to develop a program based on a grant from Microsoft.

The system is based on a “strong retail” or a so-called digital content that can be tracked to allow platforms to identify and stop the content and not be allowed to re-publish text, images, audio and video signatures.

It has been developed and tested this technique, and works Hany Farid on the final stages of the program to be ready for deployment within a few months.

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