After a turbulent year, YouTube is allegedly doing some damage control with its advertisers. According to a report from Bloomberg, the company is looking for a way to reward constructive and quality content. The problem is that’s not something that can be done by algorithms. That’s something that’s going to take human eyeballs, looking at every video if the company doesn’t want another scandal. Bloomberg reports the company is testing internal metrics to find videos with good “quality watch time,” which appears to mean videos that aren’t objectionable and don’t contain words or images which might offend the average person. Presumably the…

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