World Economic Forum Publishes Article Calling for Global Censorship Using AI and Human Intelligence

World Economic Forum Publishes Article Calling for Global Censorship Using AI and Human Intelligence by Naveen Athrappully for NTD

GNN Note – Why would the WEF want to censorship the entire world? I thought their plans were awesome, loving and “for the people”. If that’s true why censor people that are critical of The Great Reset? Why not allow them to expose themselves as charlatans? What are you afraid of, WEF? / END

An opinion article published on the World Economic Forum (WEF) website has proposed creating an artificial intelligence program that could end up acting as a comprehensive global censorship tool.

In the article, writer and cybersecurity expert Inbal Goldberger proposes combining a powerful AI network with input from human intelligence data to track and preemptively stop certain content from circulating online.

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“Since the introduction of the internet, wars have been fought, recessions have come and gone and new viruses have wreaked havoc,” Goldberger writes. “While the internet played a vital role in how these events were perceived, other changes—like the radicalization of extreme opinions, the spread of misinformation and the wide reach of child sexual abuse material (CSAM)—have been enabled by it.”

The article mentions the importance of deciphering the coded language used by child abusers and pornographers to disseminate CSAM and removing the content before it’s widely shared.

But along with this, Goldberger also mentions that the AI would be used to detect “extremism,” “disinformation,” and “hate speech.”

The proposed AI program would be supplemented by “off-platform” human intelligence gathering, Goldberger stated.

The article has been widely criticized on conservative news sites.

A report for The Daily Caller pointed out that social media companies are known to target conservative content online, including posts that are critical of gender ideology, climate change theories, COVID-19 policies, and vaccine safety. Some of this content is already labeled as misinformation and hate speech and is even blocked entirely on some platforms,

In response to the online backlash against the article, the WEF added a note to readers at the top of the page.

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