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AI understands you. It won't replace you.

Artificial intelligence has already surpassed that of humans in many fields. So, how can we leverage that power to humans' advantage? AI scientist Kai-fu Lee says social media companies should use AI so we can learn more about the algorithms that determine what shows up in our newsfeeds — and, more importantly, why, so it'll help us in our daily lives instead of just keeping our eyeballs there. Watch his interview with Ian Bremmer on the latest episode of GZERO World.

Watch this episode of GZERO World with Ian Bremmer: Is a robot coming for your job? Kai-fu Lee explains AI

South Korean YouTube stars now face fines for 'backdoor online advertising'

September 13, 2020 1:06 PM

SEOUL - A small girl with a big appetite, South Korean YouTuber Tzuyang amassed a following of more than 2.6 million subscribers for her live-streamed eating shows, famously gobbling down 240 chobab (Korean for sushi) and 1.5kg worth of yukhoe (seasoned raw beef) in different episodes.

AI & vaccines; TikTok vs YouTube; HBO Max

Nicholas Thompson, editor-in-chief of WIRED, provides his perspective on technology in the age of the coronavirus pandemic:

How is A.I. being used to fast track the creation of the COVID-19 vaccine?

Well, it's not really. There's great promise that one day A.I. can be the tool we use to read massive numbers of papers across disciplines, to project the way different molecules will interact, to decide which protein would make for a great vaccine candidate, but we're a ways off from that. A.I. has been useful to Moderna in part of their vaccine work, but most of the most important vaccine work is being done by smart humans.

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Japan viral comedy song swaps 'Pineapple-pen' for handwashing advice

April 07, 2020 4:15 PM

TOKYO (AFP) - The Japanese comedian who stormed the world with his nonsense 'Pineapple-pen' hit and even entertained President Donald Trump is back with a new message: wash your hands!

French Muslim group sues Facebook, YouTube over Christchurch footage

March 25, 2019 10:48 PM

PARIS (REUTERS) - One of the main groups representing Muslims in France said on Monday (March 25) it was suing Facebook and YouTube, accusing them of inciting violence by allowing the streaming of footage of the Christchurch massacre on their platforms.

Samsung Moves Into Luxury Phones: Tech in 60 Seconds

Samsung unveiled lots of really cool new products this week, but Apple probably still leads the market.

It's Tech in 60 Seconds with the very real Nicholas Thompson!

And go deeper on topics like cybersecurity and artificial intelligence at Microsoft Today in Technology.

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