This file photo taken on September 1, 2015 shows the Google logo at the Google headquarters in Mountain View, California. / AFP / GETTY IMAGES NORTH AMERICA / JUSTIN SULLIVAN
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Google said it will begin offering media groups an artificial intelligence tool designed to stamp out incendiary comments on their websites.The programming tool, called Perspective, aims to assist editors trying to moderate discussions by filtering out abusive "troll" comments, which Google says can stymie smart online discussions.Google has been testing the tool since September with The New York Times, which wanted to find a way to maintain a "civil and thoughtful" atmosphere in reader comment sections.
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