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(Reuters) - Twitter Inc said on Friday it will launch a competition for computer researchers and hackers to identify biases in its image-cropping algorithm, after a group of researchers previously found the algorithm tended to exclude Black people and men.
Every year, no fewer than 4.5 trillion cigarette butts are found in the wilds, even they can take up to 14 years to decompose.
As movement restrictions make it difficult to offer assistance, individuals and organisations are building apps and services to ensure help is at hand.
Plenty argue about the pros and cons of screen time, and there’s not consensus among experts about just how dangerous it can be. But data shows an undeniable surge in usage, with a staggering number of families significantly increasing consumption.
Looking for a portable Bluetooth speaker? Things to consider include battery life, water resistance and of course, sound quality, experts recommend.
Electric cars, meet your competition. Electric boats are on the way.
To ensure nations with poorer internet connectivity are heard, the UN is exploring ways to bridge digital divides.
China’s factories are turning to automation to upgrade production lines, and at the same time prepare for fewer, higher-skilled workers. Chinese manufacturing companies like Midea have already embraced automation to sharply reduce the number of humans needed.
From afar one could be fooled: soaring and swooping with its 1.3-meter (4.3-foot) wingspan, the mechanical bird flies autonomously for an hour at a time, and boasts impressive, if somewhat stiff plumage.
(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.