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Re: AI spam filter

Have any spam filters attempted to use neural networks? How well did
that work out?

Nicolas George:
> Gregory Seidman (2018-05-13):
>> Spamassassin has a Bayesian classifier (a standard AI technique) in
>> addition to its rules-base classification.
> Thanks for the pointer. But as I explained, I already use bogofilter,
> which is already a Bayesian filter (and IIRC much lighter than
> Spamassassin). But Bayesian classification is a very limited form of AI.
> What I am looking for is something that makes uses of the tremendous
> theoretical and practical progress made in the last fifteen years.
> Regards,

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