Have you ever moderated an image board? IP bans didn't work in IPv4 either.
t. deleted literally hundreds of CP ads in 2014
Pattern detection is far more effective in automatically blocking those who haven't lurked.
Then we'll make neural networks that ban people based on how they type.
>The widespread adoption of IPv6
Yeah in like a decade at best lmao
OP are you fucking retarded? Ip bans aren't the only way to deal with spam.
its gonna be expensive to run neural networks at scale, do you have any idea how much work a deep neural network does, esp. if it has to run each and every time a person posts?
That is if the software ever actually switches to IPv6 addresses.
We can crowdfund it. Or set up a trust fund where we collect dividends to pay for it all. We could start small with some of the more primitive models
Plz no. I hate logging in.
a new era for namefagging, epic
>>7493>Pattern detection is far more effective in automatically blocking those who haven't lurked.
that would be enforcing conformity and turning chans into reddit but using technology instead of upvotes/downvotes
This website is still ipv4. Are you talking about in the future when ipv4 addresses become unavailable? It's possible that many sites will just ban people with ipv6 service and only let in the affluent people who can afford expensive ipv4 addresses.