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Microsoft launches software to track down sexual predators

2020-01-14T18:37:25.924Z

The computer giant has designed software capable of identifying sexual predators on the basis of only a few exchanges



Sexual predators will be tracked on online messaging - Geeko

Microsoft this year presented a life-saving innovation at the Las Vegas Technology Fair. Its software, called Artemis, is not only very effective but is also completely free to install.

The extension can be installed very easily by application developers who want to get involved in the fight against sexual predators and pedophiles. The software scans each conversation and assigns it a danger rating. When the conversation is identified as potentially dangerous, the system automatically alerts the authorities, who only have to analyze the data collected to decide. Everything is done, of course, without asking for users' approval.

Before any act

In practice, Artemis could make it possible to identify a pedophile before he even acts on Messenger, WhatsApp, Instagram, TikTok or even Snapchat. Two or three exchanges would be enough to take the tone.

To design its software, Microsoft worked hand in hand with the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC), specialized in the fight against pedophilia.

For the moment, Artemis has only been implemented on Xbox Live. Microsoft, however, intends to offer its solution free of charge to other tech giants and will soon introduce it on Skype.

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  • pedophilia
  • Child
  • TikTok
  • Snapchat
  • WhatsApp
  • Instagram
  • Software
  • Microsoft
  • cybersecurity
  • High-Tech

Source: 20minf

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