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Mason Greenwood keeps business in the family as United starlet opts to be represented by his father after snubbing advances from top agencies February 8, 2020 – Posted in: Blog

Mason Greenwood has rejected approaches to be represented by top agencies  The Manchester United youngster will remain with his father going forward  Agencies had come forward long before he broke through in the first team Greenwood Snr negotiated his son’s first professional contract and Nike deal  Mason Greenwood has snubbed top agencies and will be represented by his father The youngster has attracted interest since bursting onto the scene under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer Mason Greenwood…

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How AI Is Tracking the Coronavirus Outbreak – Posted in: Blog

With the coronavirus growing more deadly in China, artificial intelligence researchers are applying machine-learning techniques to social media, web, With the coronavirus growing more deadly in China, artificial intelligence researchers are applying machine-learning techniques to social media, web, and other data for subtle signs that the disease may be spreading elsewhere. The new virus emerged in Wuhan, China, in December, triggering a global health emergency. It remains uncertain how deadly or contagious the virus is,…

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Climate activists bring Trojan horse to British Museum in BP protest February 7, 2020 – Posted in: Blog

Activists have taken a Trojan horse into the grounds of the British Museum to protest against its sponsorship deal with the oil corporation BP. Protesters dressed as ancient Greek warriors snuck their 13ft-tall wooden horse through a side gate at 7.30am on Friday and pulled it on to the forecourt in front of the museum’s entrance. The installation – based on the wooden horse in the ancient Greek myth of the siege of Troy –…

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Coronavirus Fears Will Leave Empty Seats at a Top AI Conference February 6, 2020 – Posted in: Blog

Qiang Yang, a professor at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, was looking forward to AAAI, one of the big artificial intelligence con Qiang Yang, a professor at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, was looking forward to AAAI, one of the big artificial intelligence conferences, which takes place in New York this week. Yang was due to present an award-winning paper describing a way for an AI algorithm to perform…

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Jeff Weiner Updates His LinkedIn Profile February 5, 2020 – Posted in: Blog

That isn’t to say that LinkedIn is never controversial and has never had a crisis. It continues to do business in China and to comply with the law the That isn’t to say that LinkedIn is never controversial and has never had a crisis. It continues to do business in China and to comply with the law there. It has algorithms that, like so many other algorithms, can be hacked. One telling moment came in…

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In the Land of Big Tech Outposts, a Push for More Housing – Posted in: Blog

John Elberling likes to play the long game. In 1986, when he was 40, he pushed for a ballot measure to cap office development in San Francisco, to pro John Elberling likes to play the long game. In 1986, when he was 40, he pushed for a ballot measure to cap office development in San Francisco, to protect the city’s character from rogue developers. The voters approved it, but it didn’t matter much, because it…

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Coronavirus live updates: all arrivals to Hong Kong from mainland China face ‘compulsory quarantine’ – latest news – Posted in: Blog

AFP is now reporting that travelling from mainland China will be forced to face ‘compulsory quarantine’ when they arrive in Hong Kong. AFP news agency (@AFP) #BREAKING All arrivals to Hong Kong from mainland China to face ‘compulsory quarantine’: leader pic.twitter.com/gUviN92VMZ February 5, 2020 More readers have got in touch in response to the Foreign Office’s advice urging UK nationals to leave China. Liam Dutch, a 26-year-old teacher in Shenzhen, said he was “conflicted” about…

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Iowa Misinformation Spreads Online, Despite New Policies February 4, 2020 – Posted in: Blog

Since 2016, social media sites including Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube have vowed to crack down on misinformation related to elections. Monday, they Since 2016, social media sites including Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube have vowed to crack down on misinformation related to elections. Monday, they faced their first big test, when delayed results from the Iowa Democratic caucus gave rise to partisan infighting, rampant misinformation, and conspiracy theories. Unsurprisingly, things didn’t exactly go according to plan.…

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YouTube’s Disinformation Crackdown, Coronavirus Wild Cards, and More News February 3, 2020 – Posted in: Blog

YouTube is taking a stand and experts are mapping where coronavirus will land, but first: a cartoon about a robotic barista with a human touch. Here’s YouTube is taking a stand and experts are mapping where coronavirus will land, but first: a cartoon about a robotic barista with a human touch. Here’s the news you need to know, in two minutes or less. Want to receive this two-minute roundup as an email every weekday? Sign…

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YouTube Will Police Political Videos More Closely – Posted in: Blog

As the 2016 election begins in earnest with Monday’s Iowa caucuses, YouTube is cracking down on election-related disinformation in an attempt to prote As the 2016 election begins in earnest with Monday’s Iowa caucuses, YouTube is cracking down on election-related disinformation in an attempt to protect users. Google’s video-sharing site has long had policies barring deceptive practices and engagement manipulation, but in a blog post on Monday, the company specified that the rules would also…

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