Goal is updating its sanctions system to be “more fair and effective”, in which they assure that they will continue to remove infringing content, but will focus on helping people understand why the publication of the page has been blocked.
What will help, according to Facebook “to prevent recidivism, rather than so quickly restrict your ability to post.”
So instead of penalize potentially over-reporting people with fewer low-severity violations and limiting their ability to speak up, this new approach will lead to swift action for those who continually break the rules. policies.
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“Since nothing changes about the removal of the underlying content, we do not anticipate this refinement of the sanctions system to have a material effect on prevalence. With this update, we will still be able to keep our app secure while still allowing people to express themselves.”
What according to the entity has been effective to avoid recidivism. However, they will still apply restrictions Persistent offenders will be held accountable, usually from the seventh offence, after they have given warnings and explanations.
But, for more serious infractions, they will continue to apply immediate consequences such as: terrorism, child exploitation, human trafficking, suicide promotion, sexual exploitation, drug sales non-medical or promotion of dangerous people and organizations.
Meta assured that some people ended up in the “facebook jail” without understanding what they did wrong or if they were affected by a content application error.
According to data provided, 80% of the users with a low number of notices they do not violate the policies again in 60 days. This means that most people respond well to a warning and explanation, since they don’t want to violate our policies.
But at the same time, some people are determined to post infringing content regardless of policies. According to the analysis, it “suggests that applying harsher penalties on the seventh notice is an effective way to give well-meaning people the guidance they need.”
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For example, someone may jokingly post “I’m on my way to kidnap you,” not knowing that this statement might violate the violence and incitement policy, when in fact it was a post with a different context.
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The old system resorted to lengthy penalties, such as a 30-day block on a person’s ability to create content. “These long lockdowns were frustrating for well-intentioned people who had committed mistakes”, they indicated.
The new system reduces the number of blackout periods and will make it possible to detect persistent offenders in less time. “Meta’s plans to issue more comprehensive penalty notifications should ensure that users are better positioned to understand the reasons for the consequences of strikes and the reasons for feature limits in the future,” the Oversight Board said.
Meta will use Artificial Intelligence
Goal confirmed the plans you have with your artificial intelligence and assured that it will be a support tool for developers interested in their research and innovation projects.
“The company is committed to this open research model and we will make our new model available to the AI research community,” he said. mark zuckerberg in a post on Facebook and Instagram.
The name of this tool is Large Language Model Meta AI (LLaMA) and it works as a language model similar to GPT, the one created by OpenIA and the one behind the operation of ChatGPT, for the creation of texts and responses, working from machine learning and a database.