Here’s How Google Is Stopping Aspiring ISIS Recruits
Google is using its tech incubator ‘Jigsaw’, which was recently renamed from Google Ideas to develop a new program that the company hopes can use a combination of search advertisement algorithms and YouTube platform to find and target aspiring ISIS recruits.
They will then dissuade them from joining the group.
A new phase of the program will be launched later this month that will place advertisements alongwith results for keywords and phrases that match search criteria of people who are attracted to ISIS.
The ads will be placed in both English and Arabic language on YouTube and other Google owned platforms.
Read more https://www.wired.com/2016/09/googles-clever-plan-stop-aspiring-isis-recruits/
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