Did you know that 59% of U.S. teens have reported being bullied or harassed online? Online harassment is more than empty words behind a screen — about 30% of online bullying victims said they feared for their lives. This collection of content explores Cyberbullying and the tactics you can use to prevent it from happening in your online community, now.
White Paper | Let's Get Serious About Ending Cyberbullying
Cyberbullying is a common issue among youth, with over 36% experiencing it at some point and 17% experiencing it in the past month. The negative effects can be long-lasting. This white paper discusses how online platforms can take action to manage the problem.
Context Matters: Separating trash-talk from Cyberbullying
Trashing talking chat messages can look a lot like cyberbullying if considered out of context. So, how does an AI system detect context and make the right call?
Cyberbullying: Detection in a Meme, Emoji, and Slang-Filled World
Did you know that 59% of U.S. teens have reported being bullied or harassed online? In Spectrum Labs’ cyberbullying webinar, our panel of experts discuss the underlying issues behind the epidemic of online harassment and how Spectrum’s AI solutions are addressing community trust and safety issues head-on.
Insta’s Early Warning Diverts Would-Be Bullies
Insta’s anti-bullying feature is working, which is great news amidst reports showing cyberbullying is on the rise. How can other online communities deploy similar features? Let’s discuss.
How Social Media Impacts Self-Esteem and Causes Self-Harm
As young adults are spending more time on social media sites, it is causing them to deal with a higher level of psychological distress.
The Paradox of the Female Gamer
More and more woman are playing video games. A recent report from The Entertainment Software Association found 46% of US gamers are now women. Yet, close to 40% of female gamers experience harassment during gameplay. We discuss why with Brianna Wu, game developer and candidate for congress, Laura Higgins from Roblox and Matt Soeth from #ICANHELP.