‘It all started with a missed beer’: How Riot and Ubisoft began a new project to prevent harmful comms

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Ubisoft and Riot Games have announced a partnership to combat toxicity in their games. The two developers have come together to work on a new AI-based solution by sharing data between them to find a way to mitigate and prevent toxicity and online abuse. The Zero Harm in Comms partnership is a way for the two huge publishers with online games such as League of Legends, Valorant, and Rainbow Six Siege to share the data they discover and, hopefully, develop a tool that will be far more…

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