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Google brings a number of games to smart displays

The Google Smart Display with Google Assistant, which you have stowed in a bookshelf, on your kitchen counter or within easy reach on your desk, is now your new gaming friend. Google has announced a wide range of visual games that will be available soon. So you have to do more than just ask about the weather. Games aren’t necessarily …

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CBS All Access adds more than 3,500 TV episodes and films, updates with curated websites and better discovery

CBS parent company ViacomCBS today announced a significant expansion of its streaming service, CBS All Access. In addition to a new user interface for all major device platforms, CBS All Access will receive more than 3,500 TV episodes to improve its back catalog and older films. This includes programs from channels such as BET, Comedy Central, MTV, Nikelodeon, Smithsonian Channel, …

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Peacock has accumulated 10 million subscribers since it started

Two weeks after its nationwide launch, NBCUniversal’s Peacock streaming service has garnered 10 million subscribers, reports The edge. “NBCUniversal successfully launched Peacock’s cable footprint in April before the streaming service was rolled out nationwide in the US earlier this month. So far, 10 million registrations have been made,” said Brian Roberts, chairman and CEO of Comcast, in the earnings report. …

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How do you make films in a pandemic? Ask Horror Directors

The same applies to horror. In many ways, the genre turns out to be forward-looking when it comes to the limited types of films that filmmakers can try during the ban. In 2014, director Levan Gabriadze made his entire film Unfriendly in a Skype call between a handful of friends. Its sequel, Rude: Dark Web, did the same. 2014 The …

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Children stream with twitches – where potential predators find them

Similar samples from Twitch’s less popular competitors, YouTube Gaming and Facebook Gaming, resulted in far fewer cases of apparent live streaming of children. To stream on YouTube via mobile phone, a user must have over 1,000 followers. Facebook Live has no comparable limitation, but the live channel detection areas for Facebook Gaming and Facebook Live appear more curated or moderated …

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Netflix’s fake news thriller ‘The Hater’ is far too real

The Polish crime thriller The haterthat just hit Netflix is ​​both cartoonistic and far too real. This is followed by shamed ex-law student Tomasz, a hollow-eyed man who looks like a cross between Michael Cera and a Bond villain when he tries to win a childhood crush by becoming a dodgy digital advisor who is tasked with the advanced political …

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AI is all the rage. Why don’t more companies use it?

The census report found that AI is less common than some previous estimates. For example, consulting firm McKinsey reported in November 2018 that 30 percent of the executives surveyed stated that their companies piloted some form of AI. Another study by PwC at the end of 2018 showed that 20 percent of the executives surveyed planned to introduce AI in …

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Covid-19 data in the US is an “information disaster”

“If you’re lucky enough to work with a sophisticated electronic health record in a large healthcare system, you may be able to push a button and direct all of the data flow to the NHSN,” said Angela Vassallo, an epidemiologist who previously worked at HHS and is now Chief physician of the infection prevention company Covid Smart. “But that’s a …

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