Gmail is blocking 100 million spam messages daily with the help of AI

Google has recruited an in-house machine learning network TensorFlow, which will help train additional spam filters for Gmail users. The company claims that many new spam filters have been added in the last few months, after which Gmail is now blocking about 100 million spam messages every day. In this way the company has already been prepared to say bye to spam mails and messages.
Gmail is blocking 100 million spam messages daily with the help of AI
This big step for more than a million usersbase of Google, and in that sense Google is blocking 10 spam messages from almost every user. Google says that Gmail has already been blocking approximately 99.9 percent spam, now it has added new filters. Speaking to The Verge, Google Product Manager Neil Kumaran said that blocking 100 million spam is not easy to implement on the scale it is being implemented.
Gmail is blocking 100 million spam messages daily with the help of AI
TensorFlow was launched by Google in 2015, and it has become an important part of its AI business. This is a free machine learning framework that allows developers to create AI tools for large number of tasks. Gmail has been using AI in addition to a rule-based filter for years. While rule-based filters can block most clean and more spam, machine learning shows new patterns and can suggest emails that should not be trusted.

Kumaran says that, it is easy to manage this data on a large scale, whereas the open-source nature of the framework means that new research of the community can be easily gather. In this way, the trend algorithm balances everything in a large number of metrics, from the format of the email to the time it's sent.
Gmail is blocking 100 million spam messages daily with the help of AI Gmail is blocking 100 million spam messages daily with the help of AI Reviewed by SHERE KHOJRAHA on February 09, 2019 Rating: 5

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