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Researchers are developing new artificial intelligence technology that can "quarantine" hate speech in a manner akin to malware filters. The AI, which is currently 80% accurate at identifying hate speech, will offer a new way to control exposure to negative content without resorting to censorship.
Researchers report on how the brain is spurred into action by hearing certain words. They propose a new simulation theory that perceiving words can drive brain systems into states almost identical to what would be evoked by directly experiencing what the word describes.
A new study reports women who make hateful remarks on social media are more likely to be judged more severely than men who make the same comments.