Spotify has acquired Kinzen, which it describes as a leader in protecting communities against harmful content. announced. The two companies had already been collaborating to moderate content since 2020. The move will allow Spotify to take control of Kinzen’s machine learning technology and workforce.
Dustee Jenkins, Spotify’s Head of Global PR, said:
“We have had an effective and collaborative partnership with Kinzen and his outstanding team for a long time. Now, working together, we will be able to further improve our ability to detect and address harmful content. This investment expands Spotify’s approach to platform security and underlines how seriously we take our commitment to creating a safe and enjoyable experience for creators and users.”
With Kinzen’s technology, Spotify will be able to analyze audio content in hundreds of languages and dialects and decide whether it is harmful. The technology is so complicated that it can separate the harmful content according to the nuance and purpose of the content.
Source: Technopat by www.technopat.net.
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