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Facebook Moderation Guidelines Leaked, Show How It Reviews Hate Speech, Extremist Content

HIGHLIGHTS Challenges such as revenge porn have overwhelmed Facebook moderators It reviews around 6.5 million reports of potentially fake accounts a week It confirmed that it was using software to intercept graphic content Leaked Facebook documents show how the social media company moderates issues such as hate speech, terrorism, pornography and self-harm on its platform, the Guardian reported, citing internal ... Read More »

New report shows how quickly India’s tech and mobile market is growing

Mumbai skyline at night. Shutterstock If there’s been any doubt about India being the next major target market for tech businesses, Kleiner Perkins partner Mary Meeker’s latest Internet Trends Report should make that clear as day. The report, which spans 355 pages, dedicates 55 pages solely to the state of internet and mobile access in India. The first major takeaway ... Read More »

How to Increase Your Customer Service

One of the most important parts of the services or goods that you provide to your customers is the customer service. Your customers will remember each interaction with your employees, making it necessary to provide them with a positive experience. Here are a few tips to increase your customer service. Discuss Empathy Many customers will call in having complaints with ... Read More »

How to Choose a Reliable iPhone Repair Centre

Because of the widespread usage of Apple products, almost everyone has an iPad or an iPhone, and people of all ages have at least one Apple product. However, these gadgets, like any other electronic item, can get damaged, and require repair and maintenance. Most Apple products come with a warranty – and if your device is still under warranty, then ... Read More »

‘Dude fires people’: How the chaotic Trump news cycle confuses and misinforms the public

Why do we need the White House briefing anyway? After President Trump fired FBI director James Comey, his communications team went to work explaining the decision and ended up contradicting what the president said on national television. The Post’s Margaret Sullivan looks at whether or not we even need a daily White House briefing. (Erin Patrick O’Connor/The Washington Post) Journalism ... Read More »

How An Asian Tech Crash Could Spark A Chinese Housing Downturn

Will China tightening spook the markets? That’s the question UBS’s global macro strategists Bhanu Baweja and Manik Narain ask and try to answer in a recent global macro research report. The report considers the current state of the markets. Specifically, while US investors appear to be relatively unconcerned about the world’s economic problems with market volatility near a 25 year ... Read More »

iPhone 8 Tipped for Unlikely WWDC Reveal; Renders Show How ‘Function Area’ Will Work

iPhone 8 rumours are getting crazier by the day. A fresh report now claim that the iPhone 8 may be unveiled as soon as WWDC in June, refuting all previous claims of a delay. Meanwhile a completely unrelated report uses renders of the iPhone 8 to depict all the possible usages of the expected new ‘function area’ at the bottom ... Read More »

How to Decide Which Tools to Purchase

Tools can be a big investment. This is why you need to be very selective when you buy them. You need to be sure they are the highest quality you can find so they will last you for many years to come. As you may already know, not all tools are made with the same type of precision craftsmanship. This ... Read More »

How Artificial Intelligence and Search Engines Work Hand in Hand

Artificial intelligence (AI) has influenced the search engines optimization industries to a great extent. It’s most widely used in almost every field but least understood my most people. Al is constantly evolving system trained by a lot of data, like content, links, trust, user behavior, and others. The most widely used search engine, Google, comes up with new algorithms which ... Read More »

How technology could save your life in A&E

“The patient in Cubicle A is fasting.” “Remember to phone the ward back.” “The patient on the third trolley in the back corridor needs to be taken down to X-ray.” “The bloods on John Smith are overdue.” In the hectic environment of emergency departments all over the country, critical patient information is handwritten on whiteboards and post-it notes, stored in ... Read More »