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    Pressure Mounts On Google And Facebook To Stop Anti-Vax Conspiracy Theories

    As a measles outburst carries on to spread in state of Washington, Facebook is “exploring extra measures” to battle false anti-vaccine material on the platform, media claimed. The news follows on the heels of disparagement from Representative Adam Schiff, who sent Mark Zuckerberg (Facebook CEO) a letter about vaccine fake data on Instagram and Facebook. In the letter, Schiff voiced…

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  • Reportedly, Germany Considering Special Levy On Foreign Internet Companies

    Reportedly, Germany Considering Special Levy On Foreign Internet Companies

    The finance ministry of Germany is looking into the likelihood of a 15% special levy on the online advertising income gathered by foreign Internet firms such as Facebook or Google from German operators, as reported by a magazine Wirtschaftswoche. This step could comprise treating disbursements for online ads in a similar manner as license fee costs, which would cause the…

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  • Farmers Paid $7.7bn By USDA To Save From Trump's Tariffs

    Farmers Paid $7.7bn By USDA To Save From Trump’s Tariffs

    Addressing a press conference William Northey told the press that the Agricultural department of United State has already paid $7.7 billion to farmers. William Northey who holds the position of undersecretary at Farm Production and Conservation, further told the reporters that the steps have been taken to protect the interest of farmers. Earlier president Donald Trump had levied a high…

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  • European Auto Industries Alliance With China Over Global Industrial Development

    European Auto Industries Alliance With China Over Global Industrial Development

    Leading European and Chinese automakers have pledged to strengthen their cooperation at the Brussels Summit, where their association; Chinese Association Automobile Manufacturers (CAAM) and the European Automobile Manufacturers Association (ACEA) have inked a cooperation agreement. Together, China and the EU respectively the largest and the second largest in the world account for about half of global sales and production in…

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  • The Annual Online Survey For Physicians Begins

    The Annual Online Survey For Physicians Begins

    An online survey, US News Physician Survey, has begun which would ask for the opinions of experts on the high quality of service and referral care provided by hospitals. Invitations were sent to randomly selected 10% physicians who have been using Doximity. Several other Doximity users have not received mails yet but will get them soon. Automated reminders would be…

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  • AI In Healthcare Becomes A Reality, Says Amazon Exec

    AI In Healthcare Becomes A Reality, Says Amazon Exec

    Amazon may not have been quite vocal about its healthcare plans, but recently a senior leader shed light on the core areas of the business giant’s focus. While the senior leader Taha KassHout, did not divulge any secrets but maintained that Amazon saw massive opportunity in development of health care AI tools. He stated that the first use of AI…

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  • Elon Musk’s AI Company Has Developed A Fake News Generator

    Elon Musk’s AI Company Has Developed A Fake News Generator

    Elon Musk’s company has created an Artificial Intelligence system that can make considerable fake news. According to new OpenAI blog, the model, GPT-2, is trained to forecast the next word in 40GB of Internet text. The blog further reads that due to the worries about malicious applications, the company is not revealing its model publicly and it will be releasing…

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  • Education Department In China Checks Online Device Usage Of Students

    Education Department In China Checks Online Device Usage Of Students

    The Department of Education in China’s Zhejiang has banned teachers from using WeChat. Mobile apps are used to assign homework to children. With the internet boom, phones are used by teachers in China to give homework and notices to students and their parents. Of late, teachers are using WeChat to provide assignments to students. Assignments are not announced in schools…

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  • Nissan Offers EV Batteries One More Chance By Using Them To Power Trailers

    Nissan Offers EV Batteries One More Chance By Using Them To Power Trailers

    Once the batteries in electric vehicles are worn down further than the point of being helpful to the vehicle, something needs to be done. Nissan has a new solution that will assist expand the battery life by repurposing it into a fuel source for camping Opus’ trailers. The battery recycling solution by Nissan is made possible by a machine the…

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