Google’s ultimate spam-killing AI
The search engine giant Google is reported of building the ultimate spam-killing AI. The report says that the Ai will be filtering Gmail spam mail and will be able to decide what mail you want and what you don’t. It involves ‘large scale brain simulations’.
In a post on the Gmail blog, product manager Sri Harsha Somanchi wrote that less than 0.1% of the email in an average Gmail inbox is spam, and the false positive rate is even lower – at just 0.05%. “Even still, Gmail spam detection isn’t perfect,” he said.
Google also thank to everyone for identifying and report mails as spam. As this has help Google to decide which mail does users prefers and which they do not want. Google also said to add a new Postmaster Tools which will monitor companies that send a lot of emails.