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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg admitted that the social network is an “execution error” in the treatment of a doctored video of the House of representatives Nancy Pelosi, which went viral on the platform.
The social network is facing a backlash over her response to the video of Pelosi, which experts say have been held back to make Pelosi appear drunk or senile.
“It took a little while for our systems to banner as well as for the fact checkers to get it to evaluate as false, as soon as the fact checkers saw that she had been in a position to evaluate, within an hour, but it took more than a day to put our systems to the mark,” Zuckerberg said during an interview at the Aspen Ideas Festival in Colorado on Wednesday. “It was an execution mistake,” he added.
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During the period of time that it took for the Facebook’s systems to flag the video, if false, can be Done is explained in the video, it was much more widespread than it was in the Facebook of the policy, it should be allowed.
As soon as the video has been identified as fake, Facebook is greatly reduced and the videos will appear in users’ news feeds. However, the tech giant is slapped on by Democrats, including former Secretary of state Hillary Clinton, while the video is still visible today on a conservative Facebook page.
At the Aspen Ideas Festival, Zuckerberg said at the Facebook wants to improve its ability to identify the content, for example, the engineered Pelosi the video, and the need to be very careful about how it deals with its content.
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“I think that’s what we want to do, be it to improve the performance, but I don’t think we would go so far as to in the direction of tell on your own company ensures that you have something to say to you that it thinks that it is factually inaccurate, or of any other person,” he said. “This is, for me, it feels like it’s too far away, and going away from the tradition of freedom of speech and expression, and to be able to say what your experience has been, by way of satire, and by other means.”
Zuckerberg noted that the company is also evaluating how to deal with the “deepfake video is made with artificial intelligence and high-tech resources to get the yield is false, but in a realistic manner.
The Facebook CEO said that it might be a good choice for the treatment of this video, other than that of the other misinformation, such as fake news. Facebook has long held that it will not be allowed to decide what is and what is not true, the exit of such a call and instead go out of fact-checkers.
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Zuckerberg noted that it would be worth it to ask for a deepfakes are in a different category from the regular false representations. He said that the development of a policy-in this video, it is “very important”, as AI technology is becoming more and more sophisticated.
Facebook, like other social media companies, it does not have a specific policy for deepfakes, one of which is the potential threat that has emerged only in the last couple of years.
From Fox News: Christopher Carbone and the Associated Press contributed to this article. Follow James Rogers on Twitter @jamesjrogers