Intel is launching an AI-powered tool that will detect hate and redact hate speech in real-time audio. It lets users (gamers, in this case) toggle the "racism" setting to "some," if you want to keep a little bit of racism for some reason vice.com/en/article/dyvgvk/i…

3:14 PM · Apr 8, 2021

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Replying to @josephfcox
I’d guess that’s just determining how aggressive the AI is at censoring, right? Still though, who the heck thought that labelling made any sense in context? And if it is allowing through a percentage of racial slurs, who thought that was a use case anyone would want?
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Unfortunately probably quite a few gamers
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Replying to @josephfcox
Some is probably the only defense against being dropped down the Scunthorpe hole every few seconds
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Replying to @josephfcox
To think they wasted time and money on this instead of making an actually competitive CPU line. "I want no misogyny! Women should be respected, unless it's about their skin colour or nationality that's ok."
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Replying to @josephfcox
I assume the "some" setting is for users playing chess who need language focused on "white" and "black" but at the same time they don't want to hear ethnic slurs.
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Replying to @josephfcox
Gamers can have a little racism, as a treat
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Replying to @josephfcox
Dystopian > Socially Beneficial
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Friday night, let your hair down a bit, open a beer, turn the racism dial up a bit.
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Replying to @josephfcox
*Intel proceeds to make corny commercial making fun of Apple’s lack of racism control options*
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