Chơi lành mạnh
call of duty sẽ dùng AI nghe voice chat của các game thủ, và loại những người chơi độc hại...
Call of Duty is joining the growing number (số lượng ngày càng tăng) of online games combatting toxicity (chống độc tính) by listening to in-game voice chat, and it's using AI to assist the process. Activision announced a partnership with AI outfit Modulate to integrate its proprietary voice moderation tool (công cụ kiểm duyệt giọng nói độc quyền) —ToxMod—into Modern Warfare 2, Warzone 2, and the upcoming Modern Warfare 3.
Activision says ToxMod, which begins beta testing in North American servers today, is able to "identify in real-time and enforce against toxic speech—including hate speech, discriminatory language, harassment and more."
Modulate describes ToxMod as "the only proactive voice chat moderation solution purpose-built for games." While the official website lists a few games ToxMod is already being used in (mostly small VR games like Rec Room), Call of Duty's hundreds of thousands of daily players will likely represent the largest deployment of the tool to date.
Call of Duty's ToxMod AI will not have free rein to issue player bans (sẽ không có quyền tự do đưa ra lệnh cấm người chơi). A voice chat moderation Q&A published today specifies that the AI's only job is to observe and report, not punish (trừng phạt).