The United Kingdom is using state-of-the-art AI bots to track so-called hate speech and punish any wrongthink, and the system will be unveiled on Brexit deadline day, Oct. 31.
“Brexit is one of our test cases to see if hate speech will spike,” said Matthew Williams, who works as a professor at Cargill University.
Cargill University created the software after creating a study that claims so-called hate speech on social media leads to violence. Britain has used the study as an excuse to ramp up their crackdown against digital freedom of expression.
“There has been talk of riots on the streets, and there is an expectation that tensions will bubble up around that date,” Williams said.
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