YouTube said it removed more than 9 million live in the fourth quarter of 2017, with 6.7 million of those who gets to check the car, not the people.
Google-owned video site said, most removed video spam or content “for adults”, adding that, of the 6.7 million that was machine-hits, 76 percent were removed to obtain a unified view.
YouTube Added in his blog that 8 percent of the videos flagged and removed violent extremism in early 2017 were removed with less than 10 views, but after the introduction of machine learning mark in June of last year, this figure jumped more than 50 percent.
These statistics come from a new quarterly report was released on YouTube to provide transparency in how rules are applied and YouTube said it plans to add data on observations, the speed of removal and political causes of the end of the year.
In the video, the website also provided information panel with data history that will enable the users that flagged the video for review, to see the status of these reviews.
YouTube said in its blog, “deployment of machine learning actually means more people are reviewing the content, not less. Our systems are based on human review, to assess whether the content violates our terms,” and she shared the video below to provide more detailed information: