Facebook users face privacy issues with new AI system

/ 03:16 PM June 02, 2016

New Facebook AI offers new possibilities as well as new privacy concerns

Facebook will be launching a new artificial intelligence system to improve format sales posts and offer personalized content to their users, according to Engadget.

The new AI system is called DeepText, and is designed to analyze what Facebook users type on posts, messages, and other information on a user’s profile.


While this new system can benefit users by providing more content that interests them, it also has some serious implications as far as privacy is concerned. Said issues will have to be further investigated once the system makes its debut. Alfred Bayle

TOPICS: Artificial Intelligence, Facebook, Facebook algorithm, Facebook users, Internet privacy, Privacy, privacy issues, Social Media
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