===Instagram===Instagram's social network launched in the United States in the summer to test a new method of testing user age by video-selling using artificial intelligence algorithms, and now the social network is ready to expand the program to two other key markets: India and Brazil.
According to Sensor Tower, there are a total of about 400 million active users per month in these countries.
Previously, Instagram* entered into a partnership agreement with the British startup Yoti. It was he who was given the power to check the videos received from Instagram* with his specially trained I.I., who was or was not yet 18 years old. Both companies claim that after verification, all data used in its course are destroyed. So no threat to user confidentiality is posed by the new method of identification.
The social network also announced the rejection of Social Vuching as a means of confirming the age of the user in a new program that allowed him to request his mutual flyers aged 18 and over to confirm that he was also over 18 years of age; although the reason for the refusal was not specified, it could be assumed that some teenagers had deceived the system by convincing their friends to lie about their age.
* Listed on the list of voluntary associations and religious organizations in respect of which the court has taken a legally enforceable decision to abolish or prohibit activities on the grounds provided for in Federal Act No. 114-FZ of 25 July 2002 on countering extremist activities.