Those from an anime persuasion may recall that a first episode of Family guy included a conspiracy device under which, for reasons that are too bizarre to explain here, the FCC began trying to "pretend" by swearing in the real world. It may or may not have been stopped by the mayor Who mthrough*.
Can you guess where this is going?
Yes, Microsoft decided to give it a go and started to explore the possibilities of disinfecting some potAnimated group chats that seem to continue in the video game world using its state-of-the-art artificial intelligence.
Testing has started on the new project, which will offer four levels of filtering: friendly (for kids, you know?), Medium (presumably for Derrick Acora), mr (Cheddar), and unfiltered. to choose. This option is the one that excludes you from all this deception before you can say "shita fungus ".
Child-friendly accounts will be user-friendly and will not have the ability to find out what has been blocked. Adult accounts will give you a appear offering reading rude messages.
It will not hinder Red Dead Redemption 2 at all, is it?
Filters don't just deal with swear words – the real price is also eliminating hate speech – whether violent, racist or discriminatory, which has long been a problem in video gaming, not just on Xbox. a lot of growing trolls cockthat they won't get caught. After all, Microsoft was not too grumpy this topic in the past.
The real test, however, will be to assess Microsoft's quality in context. The so-called "S"cathorpe "problem, by which innocent words which contain coarse words inside then (in this case" thorpe "), trigger a false positive still rises its ugly head every once in a while and any AI will need morecome where to go breasts-up.
There is no deadline for the introduction of this technology, so in the meantime, a message to those who use offensive language in public chat rooms. You are a group of goste cvnts.
* bad cartoon, Chris