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How to protect your kids from the dangers of AI
“We're one of the few companies that have really trained an algorithm to identify explicit images and we have about nine patents,” says Canopy CMO Yaron Litwin. “I think for many parents, they understand the threats. They don't always understand that there's a solution. Our technology kind of comes in and is able to block that out, in real time before the child is exposed to that.
“We're one of the few companies that have really trained an algorithm to identify explicit images and we have about nine patents,” says Canopy CMO Yaron Litwin. “I think for many parents, they understand the threats. They don't always understand that there's a solution. Our technology kind of comes in and is able to block that out, in real time before the child is exposed to that.
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Yaron Litwin, Chief Marketing Officer at Canopy, warns against the dangers of sharing children's school photos online. He highlights the growing concern of 'sharenting'.
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Digital Safety Expert Yaron Litwin from Canopy highlights the misuse of AI in creating child pornography and blackmailing teenagers.
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In today's tech-driven world, where 54% of teens encounter adult content online before age 13, often unintentionally, parents face the daunting task.
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Meta, along with social media and adult content platforms, is funding the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children's Take It Down initiative.
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VeryWell Family's list of best parental control apps includes Canopy as Best for Younger Kids.
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