YouTube upgraded the technology by feeding it a huge volume of new training examples. The company tasked the people working on the feature to review over a million videos and find the right ones. To ensure that the team is updated on issues regarding hate speech, radicalization and terrorism, YouTube has also teamed up with 35 more non-government organizations, including the International Center for the Study of Radicalization from King’s College London and The Wahid Institute in Indonesia. Both of those groups focus on counterterrorism and counter-radicalization.
In addition, YouTube is now looking into expanding Jigsaw’s Redirect Method to cover more languages. The method redirects people watching terrorist propaganda videos to ones that offer an opposing viewpoint and ones the debunk their message. Since fighting terrorist propaganda online is an ongoing process that needs constant enhancement, YouTube promises to continue working with counter-terrorist NGOs and to continue improving its flagging technology.
social experiment by Livio Acerbo #greengroundit from https://www.engadget.com/2017/10/18/youtube-terrorist-content/