The Microsoft Cognitive Services team ingests that feedback along with data from the image to train Caption Bot to become more accurate with its descriptions. The company's ability to suppress certain kinds of information from being displayed may be the politically correct solution, but Microsoft risks accusations of censorship.
Bots and AI are the most talked about topics in tech right now.
Generally speaking, bots are software programs designed to hold conversations with people about data-driven tasks, such as managing schedules or retrieving data and information.
"Caption Bot," as it's called, does a pretty decent job at describing simple everyday scenes, such as a person sitting on a couch, a cat lounging around, or a busy restaurant.
But it seems to be programmed to ignore pictures of Nazi symbolism or its leader.