AI from Facebook will determine suicidal users

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2017-03-02 13:30:05

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AI from Facebook will determine suicidal users

According to the BBC news service, social network Facebook has developed algorithms for artificial intelligence are capable of, based on specific behavioral reactions and communication styles of people, find the users who are in varying degrees prone to suicide. The data «suspicious» users will be sent a special team to analyze, which will have to decide whether the person needs help.

The Algorithms AI, developed at Facebook, will not review users ' personal information. Artificial intelligence will be tested only posts, photos and comments to them. The search will be performed on several parameters like the mention of the mental anguish, pain, sadness, and questions from friends from friend-list, sort «are You okay?», «I'm worried about you.», «now, now» and so on.

At the moment the project was launched only in the US in test mode. Facebook representatives say they are working with several organizations on mental health. Identified suicidal users will be able to contact them through messages on Facebook. In addition, as stated by the head of the security Department, who works on the program

«these measures are not just useful, but critical. In case of success of the project in the future, the company plans to work on creating an algorithm that will identify suicidal people during the online video».

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