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Mock script pokes fun at the way people use LinkedIn

A story on how Humbled And Honored landed a job at a multi-trillion-dollar company MetAppOogleSoftMazon by author Trung Phan is trending on Twitter. Spoiler alert – the hero was "humbled and honored" at the end.
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France uses AI to detect thousands of undeclared pools

Even when it struggled at times to distinguish pools from solar panels, the artificial intelligence program did well enough to bring €10 million in tax revenues after sniffing out more than 20,000 undeclared pools from satellite images.
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Here’s the most desirable data science job position

Big data is going to be a $100 billion market in five years. No wonder professionals skilled in making sense of that information are in high demand.
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Google is taking bookings to talk to its AI chatbot

Registration is open for those interested in getting on the waitlist to test Google’s conversational tool, LaMDA.
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Baidu reveals its first quantum computer

China’s Baidu promises its new ultra-high-speed machine, Qian Shi, to pave the way to the “long-awaited industrialization” of quantum computing.
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Instagram testing feature that seems identical to BeReal

BeReal exploded in popularity this summer. Now the entire concept on which it is built could become just another Instagram feature.
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Glitch turns Facebook timeline into "disaster"

Users reported their Facebook feed "broken" as it filled with random comments from celebrity pages.
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Researchers discover material that “remembers” like brain

An accidental discovery shows vanadium dioxide (VO2), a compound used in electronics, capable of “remembering” its entire history of previous external stimuli, similarly to the brain.
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DigitalOcean to acquire Cloudways for $350 million

A cloud services provider DigitalOcean agreed to acquire a website-hosting provider, Cloudways, for $350 million in cash.
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Yandex sells homepage, news to rival VK

Russia's leading internet firm Yandex on Tuesday said it had agreed to sell its news aggregator and yandex.ru homepage to rival VK in a move likely to further limit Russians' access to independent media.
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Major studio deal with "robot rapper" raises eyebrows

Capitol Records, the music studio that counts Katy Perry and Paul McCartney among its clients, has signed a deal with FN Meka, a virtual TikTok star. Not everyone is impressed.
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Israeli spyware company NSO Group CEO steps down

A source in the company confirmed that around 100 employees will be let go as part of the firm's reorganisation, and that Shohat will lead the company until the board appoints a new CEO.
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Rights groups demand Meta stops “censoring” abortion content

A coalition of civil society organizations tells Mark Zuckerberg in an open letter to stop restricting access to information on reproductive healthcare and rights across Meta’s social media platforms.
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Mailchimp criticized for blocking activists’ accounts in Russia

Human rights activists roast the email marketing provider for blocking NGOs and independent media groups in Russia.
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Google brings Workspace Individual to Europe

Just over a year since it launched in other markets, the Google Workspace Individual office suite aimed at solo business owners is now available in Europe.
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