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The many challenges of AI need to be addressed carefully

In the future, personalized AI assistants will use the knowledge of our behavior to educate us about the processes and work. As we get older, they provide support and support when caregivers are not around. These assistants will not only list our calendars and answer questions, but also provide medical treatments, help us make difficult choices, and connect with the …

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WhatsApp explores the use of Google to combat misinformation

WhatsApp is working on an important new feature to combat the spread of misinformation in his service. The Facebook-owned chat app internally tests a new option that allows a user to quickly verify the legitimacy of images he has received on WhatsApp by checking if they are ever on the web appear. A reference to this feature was WABetaInfo was …

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Valve plans to mitigate the "off-topic review bombs" on Steam

Valve is again looking for ways to improve Steam user ratings. As it turned out, the problem was not resolved the last time. In a blog post today, the company describes how it wants to fight against the unrelated trolling of the community. In particular, Valve wants to identify and remove what is called "off-topic review bombs". A review bomb …

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GamesBeat decides 113: Mythical Mike loves to invade

Learn about Mythic Mike in this year's GamesBeat Decides podcast. Mike Minotti, co-host and GamesBeat editor, loves to raid and in this episode you'll learn all about it. Mike also spent the last week playing Yoshi's Crafted World and The Division 2. He finds Nintendo's platformer too airy, but that Ubisoft created his online loot shooter to this point. Co-presenter …

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XGenomes brings DNA sequencing to the masses – TechCrunch

In health care for genetically modified treatments, the lack of rapid, cost-effective genetic testing is one of the biggest hurdles to truly personalized medicine. And few people are more familiar with the problems of today's genetic diagnostic tools than Kalim Mir, the 52-year-old founder of XGenomes, has spent his entire professional career researching the human genome. " Ultimately, genomics will …

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Shiok Meats brings the revolution of cultured meat into the fishing gear with plans for cultured shrimp – TechCrunch

The growing interest of consumers in alternative protein and meat substitutes has brought hundreds of millions of dollars to companies seeking to grow or replace beef or chicken, but few companies have focused on developing alternatives to seafood. Now Shiok Meats is looking to change that. The company has raised pre-seed financing from investors such as AIM Partners, Boom Capital …

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Twitter confirms a new feature to subscribe to conversations for the following tweets of interest – TechCrunch

In addition to testing a new format for conversations in a prototype app called twttr and other features like a "Tweet Hide" button, Twitter has also confirmed the development of a feature that allows users to subscribe to individual conversations on its platform. The new option was first discovered by Jane Manchun Wong a reverse engineer who frequently looks into …

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After Christchurch, Reddit bans communities videos for death – TechCrunch

In the aftermath of the tragic mosque massacre that claimed 49 lives in Christchurch, New Zealand, tech companies scrambled to purge their platforms of promotional materials that the shooter left behind. As Twitter users cautioned others from sharing the extraordinary video , some Reddit users actively searched the video and knew exactly where to look. The infamous subreddit r / …

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PagerDuty has just submitted its S-1 TechCrunch

Yet another company based in San Francisco is close to the IPO. PagerDuty, an 8.5-year-old startup that provides information to a broad range of companies about its technology, has just filed its S-1, a disclosure of plans for the IPO. PagerDuty, With the company responding quickly According to reports, IT incidents and their attempts to anticipate them were reported to …

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