Ubisoft and Riot will use AI to prevent you from being bad online

Malicious gamers who enjoy harassing others through in-game communication will be equally rudely awakened.

As the creator and publisher of several best co-op game out there, Ubisoft and Riot Games are no stranger to dealing with malicious players. Fortunately, both companies have joined forces for No harm in communication (opens in a new tab), a research partnership aimed at combating bad behavior online. The project will use AI technology to track, address and teach bots how to identify instances of online harassment to “promote more rewarding social experiences and avoid harmful interactions.”

Players with bad behavior will no longer be able to hide behind their anonymous keyboards. The research partnership intends to create a system that stores information about offending players and then shares it with the entire industry in a database.

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