If this app launches, gamers will ‘run out of doors’ swearing while playing online games

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2021-04-10 01:02:54

Tired of hearing racist, sexist, or swearing words when playing online games? Do you often have to turn off voice chat because you are too depressed because you have to play games with ‘toxic’ gamers?

This situation may end soon, as Intel is preparing to roll out a new application that will automatically filter and block difficult languages ​​from other players when they use the voice chat feature in the game. Called Bleep, this application from Intel integrates AI artificial intelligence, which leverages the hardware power of Intel CPUs, to remove annoying words before you can hear them.

If text chat channels in the game can be censored by the filter of forbidden words, game publishers completely give up in filtering or blocking hostile words when using the voice chat feature.

Accordingly, Intel first came up with the idea of ​​implementing Bleep two years ago, in 2019. To create this application, the world’s largest PC chip maker has partnered with Spirit AI, a company that is playing Develops tools to identify and eliminate text-based abuse language in online games.

At that time, the project was still only in internal testing phase. Intel now says it is preparing to release the app in beta. “While we recognize that solutions like Bleep can’t erase the corner, we believe it’s a step in the right direction, giving players the tools to control their experience,” Intel Vice President Roger Chandler said.

Although the software has not been officially released yet, based on screenshots shared by Intel at the GDC Showcase, Bleep can immediately recognize and remove offensive words during an event. real-time chat.

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This application from Intel integrates AI artificial intelligence, which leverages the hardware power of Intel CPUs, to eliminate difficult words before you can hear them.

According to Intel, the app “uses AI to detect and edit sounds based on user needs”. Filters work on incoming audio, acting as an additional layer of user-controlled moderation on the platform or service provided.

As mentioned above, Bleep will allow users to customize the levels of filtering and block offensive statements at their own will. Specifically, hate language is divided into different sub-headlines, including: Hatred against the disabled or disdain for the appearance of others; Cursing; Hate people belonging to the LGBT + community; Gender discrimination with women; Racist and xenophobic; Sexual language – obscene,

For the majority of these categories, Bleep offers its users choices, from “Unfiltered”, “Filtered some”, “Filtered most” or “Filter all” offending languages.

Currently, it is not clear whether the Bleep application will run on PC models equipped with AMD CPUs, or only run ‘exclusively’ on Intel’s integrated CPU. At the same time, it is not clear whether this application will completely ‘mute’ hate words, or emit a ‘beep beep’ as the name of the application is.

Refer to PC Mag

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