"Since Instagram tends to skew toward a younger audience, it's really important to see that the platform is starting to take more progressive steps toward protecting their most vulnerable users".
This came with the announcement of new tools on the platform to combat bullying and a new way of identifying and reporting bullying. When encountering such instances, the AI technology will detect the photos and won't act as an executioner but instead, it will forward such uploads to the human reviewers who will review and flag the photos and videos as appropriate or inappropriate.
The tool - according to the company - will be more beneficial in removing bullying. With this technology, the platform is able to detect bullying photos and image captions, using this to direct the content on to the Community Operations team for review.
F-35 jets: U.S. military grounds entire fleet
Mission capable rates now hover between 49 and 71 percent, according to Defense News , which first reported the order. The British Ministry of Defence announced on Thursday that the British military had not grounded their F-35 jets.
Recently, Mosseri replaced Instagram co-founders Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger as the new head who abruptly announced their departure in September.
The new function is rolling out now, and is expected to reach all users over the coming weeks.
In the spirit of inspiring people to be nice to one another, Instagram also added a camera effect which can be used to adorn images with hearts or the word "kindness" in a variety of languages.
Starting Tuesday, the bullying comment filter will also apply to Live Videos on Instagram. If you follow Ziegler, you get the effect automatically. Your tagged friend will be notified as per usual, and they can then share this post to their own story, or "spread kindness" with a selfie of their own. Facebook added tools earlier this month to enable users to hide or delete multiple comments at once and allow users to report bullying or harassment on behalf of a friend or family member. This also includes comparison photos wherein users could post split-screen photos comparing someone in a negative way.