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Spam filters are efficient and uncontroversial. Until you look at them.

analyse - 25 octobre 2020

lire sur le site originel >>> (AlgorithmWatch)

An experiment reveals that Microsoft Outlook marks messages as spam on the basis of a single word, such as “Nigeria”. Spam filters are largely unaudited and could discriminate unfairly.
In an experiment, AlgorithmWatch sent a few hundred emails to 10 email inboxes at Gmail, Yahoo, Outlook, GMX and LaPoste (the last two are used by millions of Germans and French, respectively). All accounts were created specifically for the experiment.
The results, which are available online, show that (...)



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