The patent, an interpretable “toxic” content detection, was awarded to Microsoft on October 1, listing Zhang Xiaoran, Emilia stoica, and Clayton Holz as inventors. < / P > < p > here is the background. In the organization, human resources personnel often conduct surveys to solicit and obtain employees’ opinions, evaluate and improve the health status of the company. Censorship may include identifiers of potentially objectionable content in the workplace, including rude, disrespectful, threatening, obscene, insulting, and comments containing identity based hatred. Such organizations would appreciate solutions that help them quickly identify “toxic” comments from tens of thousands or hundreds of thousands of comments submitted by employees. If the survey response shows “toxicity”, human resources can mine the response for further action. < / P > < p > discloses a computer-based technology for accurate and interpretable detection of “toxic” content. The technique includes the use of a probabilistic “toxic” keyword identifier to probabilistic determine keywords indicating “toxic” content. In one embodiment, the “toxic” keyword is determined based on comparing the term frequency of a set of keywords in an example “toxic” interpersonal electronic communication with that of a set of keywords in a set of example “non-toxic” interpersonal electronic communications. A keyword is determined to indicate “toxic” content if its term frequency in a set of “toxic” instances is more than a threshold number of times its term frequency in a set of “nontoxic” instances. In this way, a set of multiple keywords indicating “toxic” content can be determined. Then, survey reviews containing keywords identified as “toxic” are marked as potentially “toxic” content in the user interface for review. < / P > < p > technology companies have applied for a number of patents, but these patents often do not appear in consumer oriented products, so any speculation about the application of this patented technology is speculation. Microsoft can also expand the use of this technology to analyze “toxic” behavior in chat and video recordings in Microsoft teams. SpaceX beat blue origin and Northrop Grumman to win a $316 million air force contract