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How technologies detect toxic content and behaviour online
November 30, 2021 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm| Free
This session from the Safety Tech Innovation Network, delivered by KTN, will explore how innovative safety technologies can help web moderators detect toxic online content and behaviour.
Join us for a deep dive into the technologies used “at platform level” which support human moderators detect toxic content and behaviour online. This event will touch on the specific technologies used to identify and flag harmful content for human moderators to action and to reduce the moderator’s exposure to harmful content.
About the Safety Tech 101 webinar series
Safety Tech is a fast-moving environment, with respect to the harms, risks and technologies in scope. Every day, the organisations involved are developing novel approaches to identify and counter risks before users are harmed. Therefore, the taxonomies highlighted in DCMS’ Safety Tech report are intended to reflect an overview of the current products and services offered by Safety Tech companies.
The Safety Tech 101 series has been designed to provide our audiences with a deep dive into each of these categories, explaining further the innovative products and services that help businesses better protect their online users from harm.
Each event is delivered by leading industry experts who will share real life examples of their technologies at each level of Safety Tech.
These are must-attend events for anyone looking to learn more about the Safety Tech sector and what technologies are used to protect users online.
Who delivers the network?
The Safety Tech Innovation Network is funded by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) and Nominet, and delivered by KTN.
The network is independent and impartial, supported by public and private sector advisors who provide expert feedback from industry, academics and government identifying their priorities and advising on future areas of focus.