Aug 31, 2021
Last year alone, over 60 million incidents of child sexual abuse materials (CSAM) were reported online. Social enterprise Krunam is stopping that cycle of abuse with its breakthrough platform.
Krunam CEO, Chris Wexler, joins the show to talk about how technologies like computer vision and deep learning are aiding content moderators in identifying and removing CSAM from the internet, how social algorithms incent the distribution of harsh content, and why it’s also important we don’t create an Internet that’s entirely encrypted.
Note: This episode contains discussions around child sexual abuse.
Show Notes | https://constantvariables.co/episodes/90
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Krunam’s website | https://krunam.co
Krunam on LinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/company/krunam/
Chris Wexler on LinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/in/chriswexler/
Chris Wexler on Twitter | https://twitter.com/ChrisWexler
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