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A pilot project launched by Google’s startup incubator and a British IT company will target potential Islamic State recruits – and also the American far right – with new software that pairs violence-related search entries with anti-extremism ads.

Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) has made extensive use of online and social media platforms to spread its vision of radical Islam or lure recruits to wage jihad in Syria and Iraq.

Now the world’s largest search engine has announced an unconventional project that aims to help counter extremists’ propaganda messages and de-radicalize those in danger of falling under their influence.
https://redice.tv/news/google-run-projec...-far-right
is there still isis ?...... ABSOLUTELY NEVER IN NEWS ANYMORE ..... EVER
(03-29-2018, 03:42 AM)wing-ed Wrote: [ -> ]A pilot project launched by Google’s startup incubator and a British IT company will target potential Islamic State recruits – and also the American far right – with new software that pairs violence-related search entries with anti-extremism ads.

Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) has made extensive use of online and social media platforms to spread its vision of radical Islam or lure recruits to wage jihad in Syria and Iraq.

Now the world’s largest search engine has announced an unconventional project that aims to help counter extremists’ propaganda messages and de-radicalize those in danger of falling under their influence.
https://redice.tv/news/google-run-projec...-far-right

Jigsaw, a technology incubator run by Google, has teamed up with London-based startup Moonshot CVE to design technology capable of redirecting a potential Islamist browsing for IS-related words and phrases to creative anti-extremist messages or videos. Called ‘The Redirect Method,’ the program operated in trial mode for eight weeks from January to March, according to the Christian Science Monitor. It reached over 320,000 people searching for IS-associated keywords, from the terrorist group’s slogans to the names of buildings in Islamist-held areas.

The users’ metadata was collected during the eight-week trial and was used to send them advertisements and links to anti-extremism videos. Altogether, over half a million minutes of videos were watched by the ‘targets.’
(03-29-2018, 03:44 AM)great-grandfather Wrote: [ -> ]is there still isis ?...... ABSOLUTELY NEVER IN NEWS ANYMORE ..... EVER

What this moonshot business from google is about redirect you when you look stuff up ! Mind controp ! They just use the term ISIS to justify the redirect against you ! You look up AR 15 and you get links for metal health as an example !!
(03-29-2018, 03:46 AM)wing-ed Wrote: [ -> ]
(03-29-2018, 03:42 AM)wing-ed Wrote: [ -> ]A pilot project launched by Google’s startup incubator and a British IT company will target potential Islamic State recruits – and also the American far right – with new software that pairs violence-related search entries with anti-extremism ads.

Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) has made extensive use of online and social media platforms to spread its vision of radical Islam or lure recruits to wage jihad in Syria and Iraq.

Now the world’s largest search engine has announced an unconventional project that aims to help counter extremists’ propaganda messages and de-radicalize those in danger of falling under their influence.
https://redice.tv/news/google-run-projec...-far-right

Jigsaw, a technology incubator run by Google, has teamed up with London-based startup Moonshot CVE to design technology capable of redirecting a potential Islamist browsing for IS-related words and phrases to creative anti-extremist messages or videos.  Called ‘The Redirect Method,’ the program operated in trial mode for eight weeks from January to March, according to the Christian Science Monitor. It reached over 320,000 people searching for IS-associated keywords, from the terrorist group’s slogans to the names of buildings in Islamist-held areas.

The users’ metadata was collected during the eight-week trial and was used to send them advertisements and links to anti-extremism videos. Altogether, over half a million minutes of videos were watched by the ‘targets.’

just wait until quantum computing comes on full stream.... if it isnt already.....
(03-29-2018, 03:51 AM)wing-ed Wrote: [ -> ]
(03-29-2018, 03:44 AM)great-grandfather Wrote: [ -> ]is there still isis ?...... ABSOLUTELY NEVER IN NEWS ANYMORE ..... EVER

What this moonshot business from google is about redirect you when you look stuff up ! Mind controp ! They just use the term ISIS to justify the redirect against you ! You look up AR 15 and you get links for metal health as an example !!

i dont think i mind your example.
(03-29-2018, 03:54 AM)great-grandfather Wrote: [ -> ]
(03-29-2018, 03:51 AM)wing-ed Wrote: [ -> ]
(03-29-2018, 03:44 AM)great-grandfather Wrote: [ -> ]is there still isis ?...... ABSOLUTELY NEVER IN NEWS ANYMORE ..... EVER

What this moonshot business from google is about redirect you when you look stuff up ! Mind controp ! They just use the term ISIS to justify the redirect against you ! You look up AR 15 and you get links for metal health as an example !!

i dont think  i mind your example.

Hearts & minds: Google-run project to tackle ISIS propaganda, target US far right https://www.rt.com/news/358675-google-co...ropaganda/
When are these clowns going to start targeting the left wing lunatics? I can tell you never.

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They should subset the religies of extreme ness
(03-29-2018, 09:13 AM)WNC Wrote: [ -> ]When are these clowns going to start targeting the left wing lunatics? I can tell you never.

These are the left wing lunatics ! Lmao
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