AI to erase abusive posts to athletes at Olympics


THE International Olympic Committee will deploy AI in order to block any abuse on social media directed at 15,000 athletes and officials at the Paris Olympics next month, president Thomas Bach said.

The Games are being staged amid ongoing wars in Ukraine, following Russia’s invasion in 2022, and between Hamas and Israel in Gaza – events that have already led to cases of abuse on social media.

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