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YOUTUBE’S NOTRE DAME-9/11 FLUB HIGHLIGHTS AI’S BLIND SPOTS

YouTube might need a few more humans. The machines whose job is to tamp down conspiracy theories are not cutting it just yet.

As people around the world Monday turned to YouTube to watch Notre Dame Cathedral burn in Paris, an automated system attached background information about the Sept. 11

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