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An app is being developed to analyse the digital activity of a teenager over time, such as their text messages, search history and social media use for signals that they could be on the path to a mental health challenge.
(Reuters) - Translation tools from Alphabet Inc's Google and other companies could be contributing to significant misunderstanding of legal terms with conflicting meanings such as "enjoin," according to research due to be presented at an academic workshop on Monday.
LONDON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Meme-based cryptocurrency Dogecoin fell on Tuesday after hitting an all-time high in a wild session that saw supporters of the token once considered a parody use hashtags to fuel a rally until it lost steam.
Instagram started offering users on on April 21 the option to filter incoming direct message requests for hurtful language, a step aimed at showing the Facebook-owned social network is serious about reducing online harassment.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -Two U.S. senators are working to attach legislation to allow automakers to deploy tens of thousands of self-driving vehicles on U.S. roads to a bipartisan China bill, a significant reform that could help speed the commercial use of automated vehicles.
The collapse of the group’s leadership has provoked debate in the artificial-intelligence community over how serious the company is about supporting the work of the Ethical AI group – and ultimately whether the tech industry can reliably hold itself in check while developing technologies that touch virtually every area of people’s lives.
The Nintendo Indie World Showcase is a cure for those tired of the same formulaic shooter.
A very strange thing happened on the Internet the day US President Joe Biden was sworn in. A shadowy company residing at a shared workspace above a Florida bank announced to the world’s computer networks that it was now managing a colossal, previously idle chunk of the Internet owned by the US Department of Defense.
Anti-vaccine campaigners once confined to relatively obscure groups have exploited the coronavirus pandemic to reach a wider audience online, feeding on public fears to sow doubt about the drugs now available.
Eugenio Derbez is a Mexican actor with a sceptical view of the coronavirus vaccine and a large following on Instagram. So, naturally, the White House couldn’t wait to set him up for an interview with Anthony Fauci.