From CommunicationsDaily:

It’s not surprising a platform of TikTok’s size is moving toward automation, said Jeffrey Westling, R Street Institute resident fellow-technology and innovation. “And this is generally a good thing: we want them to use automation because the alternatives” like no moderation or shuttering the company are “much worse,” he said. Perfect moderation is impossible, but automation is a useful tool for human reviewers to weed out straightforward violations, he said. But automation has its pitfalls, he added: “For example, AI struggles with things like context, and a statement said in sarcasm or a post about difficult topics can often get caught up accidently in the algorithms.”