Filtering unwanted content refers to the process of identifying and removing inappropriate, harmful or undesired content from websites, social media, digital platforms, or any other online environment.
This process is crucial for maintaining a safe and user-friendly online space, protecting users from harmful or offensive material, and complying with community guidelines, legal regulations and ethical standards.
To get started with the Eden AI API, you need to sign up for an account on the Eden AI platform. Once registered, you will get an API key which you can use to call the different endpoints of the Eden AI API.
Text moderation is a fundamental aspect of text content filtration. It involves scanning text for offensive, sexually explicit or suggestive content. It also checks if there is any content of self-harm, violence, racist or hate speech.
Here’s a sample Python code you can use to call the Eden AI API for text moderation:
Explicit Content Detection is focused on identifying adult-only content in images that is generally inappropriate for people under the age of 18 and includes nudity, sexual activity, pornography, violence, gore content, etc.
Here’s a sample Python code you can use to call the Eden AI API for explicit content detection:
The AI Content Detection is a tool designed to determine whether a given text was generated by an artificial intelligence chatbot, or a Language Model (LLM).
Here’s a sample Python code you can use to call the Eden AI API for AI Content Detection:
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As your application grows, monitor the performance and scalability of each type of content filtration APIs integrated through Eden AI. Ensure that the API usage remains within acceptable limits and explore options for scaling up or optimizing API calls if necessary. Regularly review the available APIs for Text Moderation, Explicit Content Detection, and AI Content Detection on Eden AI to take advantage of any new updates or additions.
Text-to-Speech (TTS) APIs have a wide range of use cases across various industries and applications. Here are some common use cases:
Unwanted content filtration plays a crucial role in enhancing internet security and facilitating parental controls. It is used to block access to websites and online content that may pose security risks or contain age-inappropriate material. This helps ensure a safer online environment for children and allows parents to control their children's internet access effectively.
Unwanted content filtration in email systems is essential for identifying and mitigating spam emails, which often contain unsolicited and potentially harmful content. Additionally, it helps in blocking phishing attempts and safeguarding users from fraudulent schemes and phishing attacks that seek to obtain sensitive information.
Content filtering is used in chat and messaging applications to automatically censor or block offensive language and inappropriate content in chats and comments. This helps maintain a respectful and safe communication environment.
Content filtration algorithms are utilized by social media platforms to automatically detect and remove offensive content, hate speech, and spam from user-generated posts and comments. This ensures a positive and respectful online community for users.
Unwanted content filtration is essential for maintaining a safe and user-friendly online environment. This can be done using text moderation, explicit content detection and AI content detection. To safeguard both users and brand reputation, constant adaptation to developing technology and user education are essential to ensure a positive digital environment.