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Hello Future!- More Civil Discourse On The internet, More Discipline In The Comment Section

 

Comment sections! Have you ever come across some of those websites with terrible, poisonous comment sections?

YouTube is one of those! It’s like some commenters have made it their life mission to respond with hatred, making the comment sections unbearable!

But what should we, as readers and content producers, do in response to comment sections?  Simply ignore them? Strict moderation maybe? In fact, because of these toxic comment sections, many major news organization, decided to completely remove their comment sections. (Read more on Bigthink.com and PopularScience.com)

 

The Good News?

There is a bot that can identify  ‘Toxic’ comments online. According to the New York Times, Jigsaw, a technology incubator within Alphabet (Google’s parent company) says it has “developed a new tool for web publishers to identify toxic comments that can undermine a civil exchange of ideas.” Jigsaw’s software API is known as Perspective. Jigsaw and Google’s Counter Abuse Technology team created Perspective in a collaborative research project called Conversation-AI

Want to know how it works? Fortunately, you test it out for yourself, with an experiment section on the Perspective website, where you can type in words and see if they might be perceived as “toxic.” Check out more  on Perspectiveapi.com

50 World’s Most Attractive Employers For Business Students 2015

It’s Google again! Not just in the United States of America, but world wide! Google remains the number 1 as the employer of choice among students of various disciplines. Check out these surveys (Worldwide and United States of America)

In a study,  employer branding agency Universum Global asked 240,000 business and engineering students from top universities in 12 Largest world economies  about which companies and employers they found most attractive.

Here are the top 10 World’s Most Attractive Employers – Business student 2015

 

 Where A Majority US Top Millennials Want To Work In 2015

A  survey by National Society of High School Scholars (NSHSS) showed that  health care and tech companies are the most potential hires and sought after employers. However, for a majority of business, technology and Engineering graduates,  their  No. 1 choice is Google. Apple, Microsoft, Amazon, Sony are among the top 15 favourite employers.

Below is the list

nshss.org

source: nshss.org

Participants who took part in the survey were more than 18,000 members of the NSHSS and  were majorly from the United States. How was the survey conducted? Read on