Would an internet “spell-checker” stop the spread of hate speech?
December 8, 2015
In the wake of the recent attacks in Paris and the increase in terrorist activity globally, Google’s chairman Eric Schmidt thinks it is time for technology companies to do their part to help stop future attacks.
He believes that by creating a hate speech “spell-checker” it might be possible to curb the spread of extremist material and to limit its reach on the web.
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