As Children Spend More Time Online, Predators Follow

Reports of online child exploitation have risen since the start of the coronavirus pandemic.

Content Moderators Alone Can’t Clean Up Our Toxic Internet

Leaders of popular online platforms have too often failed to adequately support moderators facing such emotionally overwhelming content.

Doing Good Is No Longer Just For Nonprofits — It’s Also Tech Companies’ Responsibility

Businesses tend to do best when built around specific problems, child abuse included. L1ght, which uses AI to prevent people from hurting kids using toxic content online, has discovered toxic findings hosted via GIPHY, CloudFlare, Bing, and more.

L1ght raises $15 million for AI that protects children from online toxicity

It’s nearly impossible to monitor massive platforms manually, which is why automation and AI are playing increasing roles in the gatekeeping process.

Two ways social networks could control toxic content

Ron Porat, CTO of L1ght, discusses why platforms are failing to keep their sites free of hate speech, harassment, and other inappropriate content and how to fix it.

Q&A: The startup that's using AI to protect children online

L1ght uses proprietary algorithms provide a solution for social networks, communication apps, gaming platforms, and hosting providers to identify and eradicate many of the dangers for children associated with digital technology.

Can AI Save Kids? A Former California Entrepreneur of the Year Says Yes

But now he (Zohar Levkovitz) is pursuing a mission to save kids by launching L1ght, an algorithm-driven innovator designed to solve the crisis of online toxicity and how it impacts children.

Anti-Chinese Hate Speech Online Has Skyrocketed Since the Coronavirus Crisis Began

“Toxic tweets are using explicit language to accuse Asians of carrying the coronavirus and blaming people of Asian origin as a collective for spreading the virus.”

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