The Discrimination classifier aims to detect and triage explicit discriminatory language.
- Microsoft 365 suite
When this will happen
- Rollout will begin in mid-July and is expected to be complete by mid-August.
How this will affect your organization
Available as a new option in the Communication Compliance policy setup, the Discrimination (preview) trainable classifier aims to detect and triage explicit discriminatory language. You can select this classifier as a condition for matching content in Microsoft Teams chat or emails, for instance, in both new or existing Communication Compliance policies.
What you need to do to prepare
To make use of this preview feature, admins will need to explicitly configure a Communication Compliance policy and select the Discrimination (preview) trainable classifier as a condition to detect content matches.
By default, global administrators do not have access to Communication Compliance features.
To enable permissions for Communication Compliance features, see Make Communication Compliance available in your organization.
You might want to notify appropriate users about this new capability and update your training and documentation as needed.
Message ID: MC268758
Published: 13 July 2021
Updated: 13 July 2021
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