YouTube has integrated machine learning spam bot detection into both video and live stream comments.
As a result of Elon Musk’s Twitter tweet, YouTube has joined the war against bots as well. YouTube has seen a drastic increase in bots in recent years, and content creators are increasingly concerned about spam, bots, and abusive comments, forcing it to change its rules.
YouTube’s spam detection feature has already proven successful after removing 1.1 billion spam comments in the first half of 2022. After the new comment regulation update takes place YouTube will become a lot better at detecting spam in the comments.
To spot spam comments, YouTube has integrated machine learning spam detection into both video and live stream comments. Spammers are adept at noticing patterns, which makes spam comments unnoticeable at times.
YouTube is also full of people who abuse creators under their videos, YouTube has planned to add warnings and even timeouts to stop this abuse.
Users who make abusive comments for the first time will receive a warning from YouTube, and if they continue to do so they will be banned for 24 hours.
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