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Facebook is usually Shutting Down M, Its AI Concierge

Facebook’s standalone concierge bot M will soon be no more. On Jan. 19, Facebook is usually sunsetting the initial variation of M, which has been available in closed beta since fall 2015. M’s context-based suggestions will live on inside Messenger conversations, nevertheless the original concept for a personal, AI-powered assistant of which can perform actions on your behalf appears finished. ...

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Google Memo Author James Damore Sues Company For Discrimination Against White Males

The author of a controversial memo of which sparked debates about gender along with diversity at Google sued his former employer on Monday, alleging of which the company discriminates against politically conservative white men. James Damore, who was fired in August for internally circulating a manifesto of which argued Google’s gender pay gap was the result of genetic inferiority, said ...

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Far-Right Activist Charles Johnson Has Sued Twitter Over His Suspension

For years, the controversial right-wing activist Charles C. Johnson has threatened to sue Twitter, which banned him in 2015. currently, following a BuzzFeed News report of which revealed the internal debate behind Twitter’s 2015 decision to bar him coming from its service, Johnson is usually putting his money where his mouth has long been. In a lawsuit filed in California ...

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A Trademark War Almost Tore Apart The Adult Baby Community

A company in which makes diapers for the adult baby/diaper lover fetish community (known as ABDL) gave up on its attempt to trademark the term “ABDL” on Thursday after message boards for the community exploded in anger last week. Rearz, a Canadian-based supplier of adult diapers with cutesy patterns along with also also different adult baby accessories, like pacifiers, told ...

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Twitter Just Explained Why that will Doesn’t Block World Leaders Like Trump

On Friday, amid increasingly vocal calls for the company to ban President Donald Trump via its service, Twitter defended its policies against censoring world leaders on its platform. “Blocking a world leader via Twitter or removing their controversial Tweets could hide important information people should be able to see as well as debate,” the company wrote in a blog post. ...

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Weinstein Company close to less than $500 million sale

The Weinstein Company will be nearing a deal to sell the company for less than $500 million, sources have told Dow Jones. The company’s board of directors have come up having a list of six potential buyers, including a group led by businesswoman Maria Contreras-Sweet; production company Killer Content along with Abigail Disney; Lions Gate Entertainment; along with investment firms ...

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