Facebook reportedly skirted its own rules to protect conservatives from disciplinary measures
Facebook for violating its rules because people at the company worried
about the perception of anti-conservative bias,
The Post examinedposts and ad spending along
with internal Facebook documents. It found accounts that included Donald
Trump Jr. and a pro-Trump super PAC were shielded from the platform’s
most serious enforcement actions. For instance, according to the Post,
Facebook removed a strike against Trump Jr. on Instagram — which is
owned by Facebook— that would have led to him being labeled a “repeat
offender” and could have meant a permanent ban under platform rules.
Facebook did not immediately reply to a request for comment from The Verge on Sunday.
Conservatives have repeatedly complained about what they see as anti-conservative bias on social media, including Facebook.
Telegram Update Adds Multiple Pinned Messages, Enhanced Live Location Sharing
Telegram’s latest update adds pin multiple messages feature, enhanced live location, and sharing music as a playlist. The features are available in version 7.2 of the app that is now available on the App Store and Google Play. The update also comes with new animated emojis and will let admins view stats for posts in the channel.
The new features were announced by Telegram in a blog post. The multiple messages update will let users pin multiple messages on every chat, as the name suggests. Pinned messages worked only on channels and groups until this update. Tapping the top bar several times will help users jump between the multiple pinned messages. There is also a new button on the top right that will show all the pinned messages of the chat on a separate page.
Version 7.2 ->also has an improved live location feature, which lets you set up an alert when a friend shares their live location – you’ll also be notified when they’re close to your location. There are also icons on the live location map that will show you which direction the friend is facing.
SAMSUNG Launch EXYNOS 1080 On November 12
Samsung Exynos 1080 SoC will be unveiled on November 12, the company has confirmed through a post on Chinese microblogging website, Weibo. The Exynos 1080 SoC will succeed the Exynos 980 SoC that currently powers Samsung Galaxy A71, Galaxy A51, Vivo S6 5G, and several other smartphones. The Exynos 1080 SoC is based on the 5nm process and has a built-in 5G modem. As of now, Samsung has not revealed which phones will be powered by this new upcoming SoC, but a report claims that it will not be powering the Galaxy S21 series.
As per the Weibo post by Samsung through its Exynos account, the Exynos 1080 SoC will be unveiled on November 12. The company will host an event for the launch of the new SoC. It is going to be a high-performance processor that, as per a report by Android Authority, features ARM’s latest Cortex-A78 CPU cores as well as the Mali-G78 GPU. While the arrangement of this CPU has not been revealed, it can be expected to feature two powerful Cortex-A78 cores and six Cortex-A55 cores. It is a 5nm SoC like the A14 Bionic found in the new iphone 12 model and Huawei’s Kirin 9000 SoC that powers its latest Huawei
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Top 2 New Technology Trends for 2020 -
Top Trending Technologies
1. Artificial Intelligence (AI)
Artificial Intelligence or AI, has already received a lot of buzz in recent years, but it continues to be a trend to watch because its effects on how we live, work, and play are only in the early stages. In addition, other branches of AI have developed, including Machine Learning, which we will go into below. AI refers to computer systems built to mimic human intelligence and perform tasks such as recognition of images, speech or patterns, and decision making. AI can do these tasks faster and more accurately than humans.
2. Machine Learning
ML is a subset of AI. With Machine Learning, computers are programmed to learn to do something they are not programmed to do: they learn by discovering patterns and insights from data. In general, we have two types of learning, supervised and unsupervised.
While Machine Learning is a subset of AI, we also have subsets within the domain of Machine Learning, including neural networks, natural language processing (NLP), and deep learning. Each of these subsets offers an opportunity for specializing in a career field that will only grow.