Activision collaborates with Modulate to moderate voice chat using AI to combat in-game toxicity

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Activision Blizzard Inc. is taking a more active role in combating toxic voice chat in its games by forming a partnership with Modulate, the creator of machine learning voice technology that can assess the safety of online chats.

The new technology, which was unveiled on Wednesday, will be used in Activision’s first-person shooter games “Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II” and “Call of Duty: Warzone” across North America. Activision’s “Call of Duty” is one of its most well-known games, and “Modern Warfare II” was the studio’s best-selling new title in its first weekend of release.

When it first launched in November 2022, it made more than USD 800 million in just three days, reaching a peak concurrent player count of 169,000 players on Valve Corp.’s Steam platform alone.

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