Meta to begin classifying AI-generated media content

Meta to begin classifying AI-generated media content

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Meta is attempting to appease regulatory authorities in the European Union and has announced that it will finally begin classifying AI-generated content on some of its social media platforms.

The company confirmed that it will change how it deals with manipulated media based on feedback from the oversight board and its policy review process through public opinion surveys.

The changes will be implemented across Facebook, Instagram, and Threads and will include applying “Made with AI” labels to videos, audio, and images created by artificial intelligence and detected as such by Meta’s tools.

Meta to begin classifying AI-generated media content

Meta is adding an “Imagined with AI” feature to realistic images created using its AI feature.

However, the new classifications will cover a broader range of content besides manipulated content recommended for labeling by the oversight board.

According to Meta, users should begin to see AI-generated content in May 2024.

The social networking company also announced that it will cease removing content solely based on manipulated video policy in July.

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