More than 83 million videos and 7 billion comments were removed on YouTube for violative content
YouTube recently released a blog post regarding a new metric called the Violative View Rate, which hints that more than 83 million videos, as well as up to 7 billion comments, have been removed for violative content. Not only that, but the blog also hinted that YouTube’s machine learning algorithm has managed to automatically flag up to 94% of the violative content while the remaining was done manually.
Based on the graph presented in the blog, the number of violative content per 10,000 views went down from 0.7% to as low as 0.18%. With that being said, YouTube will continue to develop their machine learning algorithm in order to further reduce the number of violative content on the platform.
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