The impact of algorithms for online content filtering or moderation

Abstract

This study, commissioned by the European Parliament’s Policy Department for Citizens’ Rights and Constitutional Affairs at the request of the JURI Committee, addresses automated filtering of online content. The report introduces automated filtering as an aspect of moderation of usergenerated materials. It presents the filtering technologies that are currently deployed to address different kinds of media, such as text, images, or videos. It discusses the main critical issues under the present legal framework and makes proposals for regulation in the context of a future EU Digital Services Act.

Publication
The report introduces automated filtering as an aspect of moderation of usergenerated materials
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Andrea Loreggia
Andrea Loreggia
Research Associate

My research interests include artificial intelligence, deep learning, ethics.

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