Google earlier this year announced that it would give £1mln to fund projects that tackle extremism in the UK. The site also wants to weed out content that endangers children.
The move is part of a broader effort by the company to improve its protection of users and rid the video-sharing website of extremist or offensive content after widespread criticism of its policing policies.
"We need an approach that does a better job determining which channels and videos should be eligible for advertising", she said.
Alphabet's YouTube said on Monday it plans to add more people next year to review and remove violent or extremist content on the video platform. In addition, YouTube would also "apply stricter criteria, conduct more manual curation, while also significantly ramping up our team of ad reviewers".
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"This will also help vetted creators see more stability around their revenue".
"Since June, our trust and safety teams have manually reviewed almost two million videos for violent extremist content, helping train our machine-learning technology to identify similar videos in the future".
She said this in turn was helping to train its machine learning technology to identify similar videos in the future.
This is helping to train the company's machine learning technology to identify similar videos, which is enabling staff to remove almost five times as many videos as they were previously, she said.
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"We are also taking aggressive action on comments, launching new comment moderation tools and in some cases shutting down comments altogether", Susan Wojcicki said in a blog post.
The chief executive of YouTube has vowed to hire more staff and use cutting-edge machine learning technology to continue its fight against violent and extremist content.
It is hard to know at this stage whether machine learning can adequately flag disturbing content aimed at children, as much of this type of content could be hard for an algorithm to recognise as disturbing or creepy, which is why human content reviewers are needed. "But no matter what challenges emerge, our commitment to combat them will be sustained and unwavering", she declared.
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