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Seen At 11: New Yorkers Asked Google 'Am I An Alcoholic' And 'Who Killed Biggie'

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Many people rely on Internet searches, quickly learning things like “the fastest downtown,” “the closest deli,” or “the right tip amount.” 301 more words

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Password-free logins coming to Android by end of year, Google confirms

If you recall, back at last year’s I/O conference, Google introduced us to Project Abacus, an effort aimed at ditching passwords-based logins in favor of a completely different system that takes into account various factors including your typing and walking patterns, location, and voice. 98 more words

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Jeff Bezos: Amazon Echo is just the 'beginning of a golden era'

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Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos thinks that we’re at the “beginning of a golden era” when it comes to machine learning and artificial intelligence.  245 more words

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World Jewry's Crackdown: Social Media Ordered To Censor All Dissent

Many on the Alt-Right believe their “memes” are enough to change the discourse. To an extent, they are correct in that the intelligent use of social media has been instrumental in the growth and empowerment of the national dissident movement.  636 more words

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Social Media and Internet Censorship in China

It seems that only after living in China for an extended period of time has the internet censorship in China begun to affect my way of living. 436 more words