The Chinese government and internet companies have long employed an army of human censors to monitor social media content. Photo: Shutterstock
The Chinese government and internet companies have long employed an army of human censors to monitor social media content. Photo: Shutterstock

China’s internet police losing man-versus-machine duel on social media

  • Hordes of bot accounts using clever dodging tactics are causing burnout among human censors, police investigative paper finds
  • Authorities may respond by raising a counter-army of automated accounts or even an AI-driven public opinion leader

Topic |   China science
The Chinese government and internet companies have long employed an army of human censors to monitor social media content. Photo: Shutterstock
The Chinese government and internet companies have long employed an army of human censors to monitor social media content. Photo: Shutterstock
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