Donald Trump Can Post Videos As YouTube Removes Restrictions: Microsoft’s Word and Outlook Get the Support of AI Tools

YouTube, which is owned by Google, has announced the lifting of restrictions imposed on Donald Trump, the former President of the United States, following the insurrections on January 6 at the US Capitol. In today’s latest breaking news headlines from BNN, YouTube has restored the three accounts of Donald Trump. It allows the former president to launch his presidential campaign for the 2024 elections.

Other social media channels restored Trump’s accounts

Twitter and Meta have also restored the accounts of Trump, which were suspended out of fear of inciting further unrest in the nation following the insurrection at the US Capitol on January 6. Susan Wojcicki, the then-CEO of YouTube, said in 2021 that it would lift the restrictions on Donald Trump after it confirmed that the risk of inciting violence in the nation had subsided. As a result, Trump could not upload new videos to YouTube.

A chance for voters to hear from presidential candidates

In a communiqué, Leslie Miller, VP of Public Policy at YouTube, said the social media channel restored the account of Trump in a bid to ensure voters hear what presidential candidates for next year’s election can say. The channel decided to lift the restrictions after carefully evaluating the violence risk in the real world. However, the decision is a balancing act to give voters a chance to hear from their presidential candidates. According to Miller, the YouTube channel of Trump is subjected to changing YouTube policies from time to time.

Trump’s YouTube channel has a subscriber base of more than 2.6 million

According to a communiqué from YouTube, the teams engaged in overseeing the safety and trust have carefully analyzed the factors such as violent rhetoric on various platforms and government security alerts to know that the real-world violence risk has been reduced. It was also found that the posts by Trump on YouTube are different from those on other social media platforms. The YouTube channel of Donald Trump has a follower base of over 2.6 million as of Friday.

Microsoft has expanded the availability of AI tools in its Word and Outlook apps

Microsoft Corp announced the addition of AI tools to its popular apps such as Excel, Word, and Outlook Emails in today’s BNN News. In a communiqué released on Thursday, the company said Copilot, the new feature, allows the users to do things such as draft stories in a Word app, summarize long emails, and animate the slides in a PowerPoint app.

The marketing feature from Microsoft, which is available as a tool, allows workers to improve their productivity and reduce the time spent on their inboxes. The new AI tool also allows workers to analyze the trends in an Excel app.

The Redmond, Washington-based tech giant will also include a business chat similar to ChatGPT for business users. It can accept commands from the users and summarize an email to colleagues about a particular project by taking the user’s data.

In a statement released from Microsoft, Satya Nadella, its CEO, said today is an important milestone in the evolution of how humans can communicate with computing, which alters the way we work and helps to improve productivity. Other companies integrating AI tools such as ChatGPT are Instacart and Mattel.

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