In this August 10, 2022 article published by the World Economic Forum (WEF), Inbal Goldberger called for a system to automate the censorship of “misinformation” and “hate speech”.
Goldberg says that the traditional methods which use “trust and safety teams” is no longer enough. She instead proposes a system that is based on “human-curated, multi-language, off-platform intelligence”. She adds that this system would supplement “smarter automated detection with human expertise” which will then allow for the creation of “AI with human intelligence baked in”.
Editor’s Note: Goldberger’s system has many issues. For one, it will rely on “human expert sources” who will then create learning sets that would train AI to recognize harmful content on social platforms. She has not indicated how these human experts would be chosen.
Based on our experience over the past three years, we can expect that only those experts who adhere to the WEF narrative and whose ideas are “approved” will be represented. Can’t people still recognize what is wrong with this picture?
For us here at CCH, this proposal is a clear indication that there are now millions of people who are awake to the propaganda, and the WEF is now finding it hard to control the narrative. It is also proof of the importance of the free exchange of information.
For those who want to delve deeper into this issue, we encourage you to read this important article from Igor Chudov analyzing the implications of this proposal for global censorship. Also, read this article from The Daily Caller to better understand the scope and extent of the proposal.
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