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Riot Games partners with Ubisoft for the "Zero Harm in Comms" research project

Riot Games and Ubisoft announce the "Zero Harm in Comms" research project to detect harmful content in-game chats and protect their players.
Riot Games partners with Ubisoft for the "Zero Harm in Comms" research project
Ubisoft, Riot Games announces the "Zero Harm in Comms" research project

Riot Games collabs with Ubisoft for the "Zero Harm in Comms" research project!

A technology collaboration called "Zero Harm in Comms" research aims to expand the use of artificial intelligence-based solutions for preventing negative player interactions. This research project intends to build a cross-industry common database and labeling ecosystem that collects in-game data, improving the training of AI-based preemptive moderation tools to detect and reduce disruptive conduct.

Ubisoft and Riot Games, who are both active members of the Fair Play Alliance, are adamant that cooperation and knowledge exchange are the only ways to ensure that online gaming is safe and fulfilling. As a result, this endeavor is a continuation of both firms' larger quest to develop gaming environments that encourage more positive social connections and steer clear of negative ones.

The two companies are investigating how to create the technological groundwork for future industry collaboration through the "Zero Harm in Comms" research project. They are also developing the framework that ensures the ethics and privacy of this endeavor. The final database should encompass every type of player and in-game behavior in order to better train Riot Titles' and Ubisoft's AI systems thanks to Riot Games' fiercely competitive games and Ubisoft's extremely broad portfolio.

An ambitious cross-industry project that will eventually advance the interests of the entire player community is underway with this research project, which is still in its early stages. Whatever the outcome of the experiment, Ubisoft and Riot Games are committed to sharing what they've learned with the entire industry as part of the first research exploration the following year.

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