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Firm regrets taking Facebook moderation work

In 2018 the BBC visited the firm, watching employees from low-income parts of Nairobi earn $9 (£7) a day on “data annotation” – labelling objects in videos of driving, such as pedestrians and street lights, which would then be used to train artificial intelligence (AI) systems. Employees interviewed said the income had helped them escape poverty.

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