To me, ultimately, you need to have the same core values and that “in love” chemistry to build on.I do enjoy my “alone times” though few and far between at this stage.Beneath the slick automation of companies like Google and Facebook hides a hidden army of manual laborers—many in countries like India and the Philippines.They perform the tedious, disturbing task that machines still can't, and that most Americans won't: Filtering social media sites for obscenities, abuse, and violence.But from internet advertising, visa applications and academic articles to political blogs, insurance claims and dating profiles, there are countless places we can tell digital lies.So how can one go about spotting these online fibs?In their short documentary , filmmakers Adrian Chen and Ciaran Cassidy go inside an Indian firm doing that work, capturing a week-long training session for new employees.Their film, which WIRED is premiering online, centers on a group of young Indians starting their first jobs for Bangalore-based Foiwe Info Global Solutions, whose clients include a handful of dating sites in the US, Europe, and India.
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They're told their mind-numbing quota: filtering 2,000 photos an hour.
Over five days in a sterile office, they learn to recognize and moderate increasingly unnerving examples of forbidden online imagery, starting with nudity and culminating in child pornography and what seems to be graphic bodily harm—a kind of real-life, South Asian for the social media age.