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  • btc = $66 664.00 912.71 (1.39 %)

  • eth = $3 501.30 44.01 (1.27 %)

  • ton = $7.34 0.10 (1.32 %)

18 Jun, 2024
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This initiative is similar to the Community Notes feature on X (formerly Twitter).

YouTube is launching an experimental feature called "Notes," which allows viewers to add contextual information and clarifications under videos, TechCrunch exclusively reports.

This crowdsourced initiative aims to clarify content, such as identifying parodies or highlighting outdated footage. The feature launches amid rising concerns about misinformation, particularly with the 2024 U.S. election and the spread of generative AI.

Initially available on mobile in the U.S. in English, the pilot will involve a select group of users, with notes evaluated by third-party reviewers before being published. The system will evolve based on feedback and accuracy ratings, determining whether to fully implement the feature.