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Toxic gamers who enjoy harassing others via in-game comms are set for an equally rude awakening.

As creators and publishers of some of the best co-op games out there, Ubisoft and Riot Games are no strangers to having to deal with toxic players. Fortunately, both companies have joined forces for Zero Harm In Comms (opens in new tab), a research partnership intended to combat bad behavior online. The project will use AI technology to track, tackle, and teach bots how to identify cases of online harassment to “foster more rewarding social experiences and avoid harmful interactions”.

Badly behaved players won’t be able to hide behind the anonymity of their keyboards anymore.  The research partnership intends to create a system where information about offending players will be stored and then shared with the entire industry in a database. 

Three characters from Project Q fight in a park

(Image credit: Ubisoft)

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