Facebook Algorithmus: „not smart enough“

Es braucht meist nicht mal den verstörenden Kontext der aktuellen Flüchtlingskrise, um zu erkennen, dass es Algorithmen im Jahr 2015 bei Weitem noch nicht möglich ist, Bildmaterial menschengleich zu bewerten und zu entscheiden, was darf auf Facbook publiziert werden und was nicht. Das hat auch Mark Zuckerberg eingeräumt:

“But right now, we don’t have computers that can look at a photo and understand it in the way that a person can, and tell kind of basic things about it… is this nudity, is this graphic, what is it.”
Mark Zuckerberg, fortune.com, 16. September 2015

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„but it’s possible that sentiment analysis had trouble with the phrase…“

“Fuck this corporate hypocrite fake ass leader. He is nothing but a bitch ass puppet. He should do his fuckin job and leader a country for a better future so our future generations do have to worry about war and poverty. Presidents aren’t elected they are selected,” posted someone whose profile picture was a sloth in a sweater, below a post of Shane Smith’s interview with Obama.

This came back “neutral.” Not to mock this guy’s, uh, passion, but it’s possible that sentiment analysis had trouble with the phrase “leader a country” so that “future generations do have to worry about war and poverty.” Maybe it was just the use of the word “better.”Gefunden in Motherboard

Könnte sein, dass sentiment analysis tatsächlich noch ausbaufähig ist.  Hier lang →