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YouTube to add Wikipedia background info on conspiracy videos

YouTube is taking action on the proliferation of conspiracy videos found on its platform: YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki told an SXSW panel Tuesday that the company would be introducing so-called “information cues” sourced from relevant Wikipedia articles on videos that talk about popular conspiracy theories. These will appear as text boxes that can prevent alternative […]

Susan Wojcicki on YouTube's Fight Against Misinformation

In an interview, YouTube's CEO discusses using Wikipedia to combat conspiracy theories, identifying "authoritative" sources and whether its algorithms promote extremes.

YouTube Didn’t Tell Wikipedia About Its Plans for Wikipedia

Megan Farokhmanesh, writing for The Verge last week: At SXSW yesterday, YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki announced that the platform would start adding information from Wikipedia to conspiracy-related videos within the next few weeks. “We will show a companion unit of information from Wikipedia showing that here is information about the event,” she said. Show More Summary

YouTube Will Link Directly to Wikipedia to Fight Conspiracy Theories

After a series of scandals related to misinformation, YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki announced the company would begin directing users to sources like Wikipedia.

Could students’ media literacy be compared across countries, like math scores?

Heads up Wikipedia, YouTube’s coming. YouTube will add “information cues” — i.e., Wikipedia article links — to some of its videos, YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki said at SXSW this week. Wired’s Louise Matsakis explains: “If you search and click on a conspiracy theory video about, say, chemtrails, YouTube will now link to a Wikipedia page that debunks...

YouTube To Keep Original Productions Budget Flat Over Next Two Years (Report)

3 weeks agoWeb / Web Videos : Tubefilter

In an appearance at a conference earlier this month, YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki referred to subscription service Red as "really a music service" -- which raised eyebrows given that the offering's buzziest component has been a growing...Show More Summary

YouTube's CEO Says Facebook Should 'Get Back To Baby Pictures'

Facebook is reportedly trying to be more than just the landing page for conspiracy theories and election propaganda - it wants you to come for the videos, baby. It's a play to rival YouTube, but YouTube's CEO, Susan Wojcicki, doesn't seem too threatened. More »      

YouTube CEO: YouTube Red is “really a music service” coming to “a hundred” more countries

YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki dished on the future of YouTube Red, the premium video service. Is the YouTube Red/Google Play Music service coming soon?

Don't expect YouTube to boot Logan Paul anytime soon

last monthNews : NY Daily News

YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki says Paul hasn't violated the company's three-strikes-and-you're-out policy.

YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki: “I Think [Facebook] Should Get Back To Baby Pictures”

last monthWeb / Web Videos : Tubefilter

YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki has some fighting words for Facebook. Asked at the Code Media conference whether she’s worried about the social network’s video efforts, Wojcicki said that YouTube takes its competitors seriously, but is always looking forward in its quest to grow. Show More Summary

YouTube's CEO explains why the site hasn't banned Logan Paul over his recent controversies

YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki said at a media conference Monday that the controversial YouTube star Logan Paul hasn't violated enough policies to be banned from the platform. YouTube temporarily suspended paid advertising on Paul's page...Show More Summary

YouTube Red To Add 100 Countries, 10,000 Content Police

YouTube will add as many as 100 new countries to its music video and subscription Red service, YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki told the crowd at Recode's Code Media conference in Huntington Beach, CA yesterday. _____________________ YouTube Head Of Music Lyor Cohen has promised a new Google music subscription music early...

YouTube’s CEO says Facebook should “get back to baby pictures”

YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki made the comments when asked about what she thought of Facebook’s video ambitions, reports CNBC. Speaking at the Recode’s Code Media conference, Wojcicki was asked if she was worried about Facebook’s increasing moves into video. Show More Summary

The CEO of YouTube took a shot at Facebook: 'They should get back to baby pictures' (GOOG, FB)

YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki was dismissive of Facebook's video ambitions during Recode's Code Media conference. Wojcicki said that Facebook "should get back to baby pictures." Facebook and YouTube are competing to become the dominantShow More Summary

YouTube CEO: Facebook should 'get back to baby pictures' - CNET

YouTube may be derided as full of cat videos, but as Facebook pushes aggressively into YouTube's video turf, Susan Wojcicki says it should stick to baby pics.

YouTube Won’t Ban Logan Paul From The Service, Says CEO Susan Wojcicki

YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki says she isn’t going to kick controversial online star Logan Paul off the platform. Speaking at the Code Media conference in Huntington Beach, CA. today, she said Paul would say for now because he didn’t violate any specific policies when he posted a video of a person who committed suicide. Show More Summary

Not ready to kick out Logan Paul: YouTube CEO

Susan Wojcicki speaks at Code Media conference.        

Not ready to kick out Logan Paul: YouTube CEO

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Susan Wojcicki speaks at Code Media conference.        

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