Fast-Growing Random Video Chat Chatspin Vigorously Tackles Safety Issues; Gains Interesting New Market Data
“… we can promise a continuous effort, using cutting edge technology, to try to maximize the safety of our users.” “
LOS ANGELES (PRWEB)
June 04, 2019
Random video chat apps for meeting new friends and dating remain extremely popular, but this area of social media has also attracted some unsavory people engaging in inappropriate and even illegal behavior. Fast Growing Free Random Video Chat App Chatspin, a newcomer to the market (founded in 2015), is vigorously tackling security concerns as its investigations reveal exciting new data in the market.
This month, Chatspin is implementing a revolutionary AI face detection technology that automatically scans live video feeds and instantly scrambles a show if no faces appear – thus, along with other guarantees, completely blocking nudity. . This feature – an industry first – will now make it much easier to find connections on Chatspin without being exposed to inappropriate behavior.
Surpassing the one million user mark this year, Chatspin also became the first video chat platform to offer AR face filters specifically for the web, previously only offered in video chat apps. It also became the only random video chat platform available in both app stores (Google Play and Apple App Store) and on the web.
“Safety is not just a goal but a passion”; Leverage machine learning technology
Chatspin CEO and Co-Founder Richard Fox emphasizes the importance of security for Chatspin users and the company. “We can never, ever guarantee safety in the world of online social media; bad people can still find their way, just as they can in the offline social world, in a bar, or at a concert. But we can promise a continuous effort, using cutting edge technology, to try to maximize the safety of our users. ”
Chatspin, even before its latest security innovation, used cutting-edge machine learning software to bar over a million users from inappropriate nudity in the first few months of the year. Deployed across all versions of Chatspin’s video chat app, the machine learning software detects instances of nudity from any user on the chat platform. Developed by powering nudity software clips previously found on the video chat app, it has so far been found to be 99.5% accurate – a higher strike rate than human moderators.
The number of users banned for inappropriate behavior since implementing machine learning software has reached record levels, according to Chatspin. As the software continues to learn, Chatspin expects it to become even more accurate and efficient at identifying instances of nudity on the app.
Of the Chatspin users banned so far, 92 percent were men, four percent were women, and four percent were couples or groups. The average time a user spent on the platform before being flagged for nudity has also decreased by 150% since the software was deployed.
To further help strengthen security among its users, Chatspin does not require any personal information from users to use the video chat platform. And its new AR face filters allow a user to apply real-time effects that mask all or part of their face during conversation.
“In order for users to have the right kind of experiences, we need to do our best to avoid the wrong type or the wrong people,” says Fox. “This is not only a goal for us, but a passion, because we are also users.”
A favorite haunt for introverts
Chatspin also reveals that its app appears to be a favorite haunt for introverts. Fox says that “the nature of the platform – allowing users to meet random people for short periods of time – suits the personalities of introverted people who sometimes struggle to cope with the pressures of maintaining friendships on their own. other social networks such as Facebook. “
Among users who described themselves as introverts in a Chatspin poll, 62% said they preferred using random chat platforms over other social media. Only 21% said they prefer other social media platforms, while 13% said both and 4% neither.
An NPD study found that more than half of all millennials use real-time video capabilities on their smartphones. The same study also found that video chatting is the third most popular activity undertaken by people between the ages of 18 and 34.
Chatspin is a free random video chat app available on Google Play, Apple App Store, and web browsers. The chat platform allows users to develop new friendships and relationships with people around the world using a webcam and internet connection. Users can take advantage of features such as camera filters and effects, genre filters, country filters, an intuitive and simple interface, and control of audio and visual settings. The service simultaneously connects tens of thousands of people randomly every day.
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