Blockchain to create worlds biggest supercomputer

Blockchain to create worlds biggest supercomputer How blockchain can create the worlds biggest super computer Blockchain to create worlds biggest supercomputer- Ben DicksonCrunch Network Contributor Ben Dickson is a software engineer and the founder of TechTalks. More posts by this contributor: Will technology prevent the next food shortage crisis? How blockchain can help fight cyberattacks How to…

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How to solve Facebook’s fake news problem

How to solve Facebook’s fake news problem: experts pitch their ideas How to solve Facebook’s fake news – A cadre of technologists, academics and media experts are thinking up solutions, from hiring human editors, to crowdsourcing or creating algorithms The impact of How to solve Facebook’s fake news, propaganda and misinformation has been widely scrutinized since…

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How Facebook powers money machines for obscure political ‘news’ sites

Facebook powers money Facebook powers money – From Macedonia to the San Francisco Bay, clickbait political sites are cashing in on Trumpmania and theyre getting a big boost from Facebook Donald Trump may be struggling to capture a majority of voters in the heartland of America, but there is one eastern European precinct he would…

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Facebook v Adblock: the anti-ad empire strikes back

Facebook v Adblock Facebook v Adblock – Facebook thought it had thwarted ad-blockers on its network. Facebook was wrong Two days ago, Facebook announced it had implemented changes to its site that would thwart ad blockers. Users who wanted to enjoy the worlds largest social network would continue to pay by seeing ads keyed to…

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Top Economists Want to Work for Amazon and Facebook

Top Economists Want to Work for Amazon and Facebook   Top Economists Want to Work for Amazon and Facebook – At an April meetup organized by the National Association for Business Economics (NABE), a Facebook researcher named Michael Bailey showed his peers how somebody in Detroit might be willing to pay more for a home if…

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EU vote: Where the cabinet and other MPs stand – BBC News

EU vote: A deal has been done on renegotiating the UK’s terms of membership of the EU and David Cameron has announced a 23 June referendum on whether the UK should stay in, or leave, the European Union. How do government ministers and MPs from all the parties in the House of Commons line up?…

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Facebook Tactics – Everything I Saw for Two Days I liked

Facebook Tactics There’s this great; Andy Warhol quote you’ve probably seen before: “I think everybody should like everybody.” You can buy posters and plates with pictures of Warhol, looking like the cover of a Belle & Sebastian album, with that phrase plastered across his face in Helvetica. But the full quote, taken from a 1963…

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Facebook Is Biased for Technology

Facebook Is Biased – Thats How Tech Works Today Facebook Is Biased and may be the latest Silicon Valley company to be accused of political bias this election cycle. But it’s not the first. And it most certainly won’t be the last. The US Senate Commerce Committee is asking Facebook for answers after a Gizmodo…

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Coca-Cola pulls Twitter campaign after it was tricked into quoting Mein Kampf

Twitter campaign Twitter campaign – #MakeItHappy campaign, which used an automatic algorithm to turn negative tweets into pictures of happy things, was hijacked by Gawker Coca-Cola has been forced to withdraw a Twitter campaign after a counter-campaign by Gawker tricked it into tweeting large chunks of the introduction to Hitlers Mein Kampf. For the campaign,…

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Woman who went viral for looking like Ted Cruz offered $10,000 to do porn

Searcy Hayes, the Natchez, Mississippi, woman who looks suspiciously like Ted Cruz but has pretty much no idea who he is, has agreed to do a sex tape. Hayes is reportedly cashing in on her likeness for a cool $10,000 for just six minutes of screen time.XHamster has reportedly agreed to pay her. In an…

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