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Human-Machine Collaboration for Content Regulation: The Case of Reddit Automoderator

This blog post summarizes a TOCHI paper about the use of automated tools for content moderation on the social media website Reddit that will be presented at the 22nd ACM Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing in Austin, Texas.

Moderating content on social media websites involves making trade-offs between the goals of achieving high efficiency and sustaining low costs. It is possible that moderation systems can considerably prevent spam, harassment and other…




Research from the ACM conference on computer-supported cooperative work and social computing

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