To make moderation jobs easier, add a filter for images to censor certain words that we choose to censor. Just like you already have the AI to censor NSFW.
I know Google Photos lets you search for any of your mobile or cloud saved images. For example, typing "puppy" will find images of puppies that you saved or even the word itself on something like a screenshot of a paragraph about a puppy.
Do you know how Discord scans and stops NSFW before it sends? This is the same thing but for certain words in images or text.
This theoretical idea of mine can censor certain words that admins set to censor, such as censoring the N-word on an image. This is more secure than security bots or mods because they don't scan and prevent images before they are sent, let alone scan the image.
If we don't stop this, this will risk sending certain words that are offensive to users, or risk of sending content that breaks guidelines/ToS, which could potentially get a server shut down if a moderator just didn't notice the image when they were gone, or if a security bot was offline at the time.
Bringing this suggested feature will not only make server mod's jobs easier, but it'll make the Discord Trust & Safety's jobs easier and less cluttered, too, which reduces wait time because the auto censorship of custom selected words in images, won't be possible to send in the first place for Discord to deal with.
In conclusion, this will make everyone's lives easier and Discord more secure and efficient, as it censors images or certain words that we desire to censor.