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Twitter working on new policy to tackle deepfakes

Twitter is beefing up the fight against manipulated videos like deepfakes, with new rules specifically targeting synthetic content that could threaten someone’s physical safety or lead to offline harm. The social network is specifically targeting manipulated media that could threaten someone’s physical safety or lead to offline harm.


New technology could assist police in predicting hate crimes, study suggests

Police could be able to predict spikes in hate crime and prevent them from happening by using a new computer algorithm, according to a new study. The study involves artificial intelligence created by Cardiff University’s HateLab project.


A Twitter Veep on the secrets to workplace fulfilment
Having worked at Google, YouTube and now Twitter, Bruce Daisley is well placed to advise on the ins and outs of work culture in modern day tech. But his instructive insights on office harmony cut across industry, and are just as valuable to a firm’s workers as its C-suite on the top floor. Ahead of his... Read More

Twitter predicts first ever profit as multiple tech giants beat Wall Street

The state of the tech nation looks healthier than ever as a number of digital behemoths beat Wall Street expectations in quarterly earnings results. Amazon, Microsoft, Twitter and Google’s parent company Alphabet, all defied analyst forecasts, with Twitter predicting its first ever profitable quarter and Amazon pulling profits despite sinking billions into investments and acquisitions…. Read More


Germany to fine social media €50mn for illegal content

The German government has voted in favor of a new law that includes, among other things, fines of up to €50 million to social media companies that fail to remove ‘obviously illegal’ content in a set time frame. The new law, known as NetzDG, will be effective in October of this year and outlines strict timelines for… Read More



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