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Facebook may be working on a feature that will alert parents when they share photos of them children at the social network. Function seems to be focused on safety when parents are not aware that anyone can see shared photos of their children.

The information comes from a new report by the Evening Standard, which says that Facebook Engineering Vice President Jay Parikia talk about such a function, saying:

“If I want to get a picture of my kids playing in the park, and accidentally share it with the public, this system can tell me,” Hey, wait a minute, this is a picture of your children, are you sure that You want to do this? ”

This is just one of the characteristics of deep learning on Facebook. It can facilitate the lives of consumers and the company. Offensive content as can be recognized and removed automatically, without the need for an employee on Facebook, to check for it. This would lead to more quickly deal with bad content and reduce human intervention in Facebook.

At the same time, this technology can give users better control over their profiles and even better over their privacy – one of the biggest concerns when it comes to social networking. If someone posts a picture of you or a member of your family, for example, the technology can detect this and automatically send you a notification to decide what action to take.

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