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The point where childhood ends and adulthood begins isn't as straightforward as it seems. Add the limelight and things can get complicated for young people who either voluntarily or through circumstances live very public lives.
Text messaging has become a popular means of family conversations as opposed to face-to-face communication or phone calls, poll finds. But researchers from the University of Hong Kong warn against spamming family members with more than 20 messages a day.
China dreams of becoming an AI utopia, pushing beyond surveillance and into education and health care
China has had success with AI and surveillance, but when it comes to social issues such as education, health care and agriculture, there is still a ways to go.
A bipartisan group of US senators urged President Donald Trump on Oct 8 to warn the public about efforts by foreign governments to interfere in US elections, a subject he has largely avoided, and take steps to thwart attempts by hostile nations to use social media to meddle in the 2020 presidential contest.
They say opposites attract but it doesn't seem so for many Argentine members of Tinder K, a closed Facebook dating group drawn together by a shared vision of the perfect romantic partner: single, Peronist and Kirchnerist.
The Vatican brought together Silicon Valley heavyweights, Nobel laureates and cyber experts on Sept 26 to discuss the ethical use of digital technology, in a meeting officials said could provide material for a possible papal document on artificial intelligence.
Social media giant Facebook Inc said on Sept 26 it had implemented new rules for political advertisements in Singapore ahead of an election in the city-state expected within months.
Facebook Watch has signed video partnerships with France's Le Monde, Germany's Axel Springer and Sweden's Expressen, among other news outlets, to deliver original content and continue building a globally diverse slate.
Facebook Inc is tightening its political ad rules in the United States, it said on Aug 28, requiring new disclosures for its site and photo-sharing platform Instagram ahead of the US presidential election in November 2020.
Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg on May 23 rejected the idea of breaking up the social media giant as off-target, saying it could hamper the fight against deceit and harmful online content.