Content Moderation will be a key operation in ensuring your business is compliant. Using more humans to do this is not the answer!
As visual media often poses the greatest challenge in relation to content moderation, computer vision will play an important role as the DSA comes into effect. The volume of visual media exceeds the human capacity to moderate it. As well as this, the content is simply often too disturbing for most people to handle.
Computer Vision works at machine speed so it can process hundreds of millions of images and videos per day. It has no emotional reaction to the content and it never gets tired. That’s why computer vision is the answer to the increased challenge the DSA may bring to the doors of thousands of companies.
Here are a few examples of the many types of visual moderation possible with VISUA’s Computer Vision:
Browse the content throughout this page to get a strong understanding of what will be expected of your business under the Digital Services Act, and how to utilize computer vision to your benefit.
TLDR: The European Digital Services Act has been ratified into law by the European Union and will have wide-ranging implications for companies
Doing the work that humans just can’t do, and at machine speed
Harmonized rules across the single market will make it easier to provide digital services across borders and ensure the same level of protection to all.
The Digital Services Act and Digital Markets Act aim to create a safer digital space where the fundamental rights of users are protected and to establish a level playing field for businesses.
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