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Adobe says it can identify manipulated images using AI26m Adobe says it can identify manipulated images using AI
BBC
However, the company warned that no piece of technology can provide a foolproof verification system.
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China launches 'spy bird' drone to boost government surveillance44m China launches 'spy bird' drone to boost government surveillance
The Independent
Robotic bird surveillance drones have 'potential for large-scale use', according to the developers
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YouTuber Tana Mongeau forced to apologise for 44m YouTuber Tana Mongeau forced to apologise for "unsafe" conference
BBC
Tana Mongeau's TanaCon event had to be shut down when too many people turned up.
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53m Uber says it has changed as London licence ban appeal begins
The Guardian
Ride-hailing firm accepts TfL’s initial decision but has passed last three inspections Uber has launched a legal fight to regain its London licence, claiming that “wholesale” changes to its controversial business practices should allow it to continue operating in the capital. The San Francisco-based ride-hailing firm was told last year the licence for one of its most lucrative foreign markets would not be renewed because of concerns about public safety and security, such as background checks on drivers.
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Red Hen Yelp listing becomes net battleground2h Red Hen Yelp listing becomes net battleground
BBC
The restaurant's action against President Trump's press secretary kicked off a battle on its review page
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3h Updated Voices of millions of UK taxpayers stored by HMRC
BBC
Privacy campaigners say 5.1 million Britons have had their voices stored without permission.
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3h Bitcoin price hits 2018 low but cryptocurrency market shows signs of recovery
The Independent
The cryptocurrency fell below $6,000 for the first time since October 2017
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Westworld game hit by Bethesda legal claim4h Westworld game hit by Bethesda legal claim
BBC
The Westworld game is a "rip-off" of the Fallout Shelter title, alleges Bethesda in its legal papers
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Augmented reality could be 'bigger than the web', says Adobe executive4h Augmented reality could be 'bigger than the web', says Adobe executive
The Independent
Adobe's chief product officer sat down with The Independent to reveal where AR is going
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4h Ubisoft games are political, says CEO - just not the way you think
The Guardian
Ubisoft’s CEO, Yves Guillemot, answers recent criticism that the company has been dodging the political implications of its games, saying they give players the tools to explore issues themselves When veteran publisher Ubisoft showed off its tactical online shooter, Tom Clancy’s: The Division 2, at the E3 games expo this month, the political undertones of the game and its narrative seemed obvious. This is the story of a near-future America decimated by a terrorist attack in which a deadly toxin is released into the air over several major cities. In the aftermath, players must join a secret army of highly trained soldiers tasked with restoring the power of the government against gangs of rioters. It’s typical Tom Clancy fare: paranoid, technologically driven and unquestioning in its understanding of the US military as a force for good. It is, in other words, political. Set in Washington DC, the screenshots and trailers for Division 2 are awash with provocative imagery, including a smoking White House and a downed Air Force One plane. During the E3 presentation of the game, a voiceover declares that a corrupt force within the government is looking to take control of the country, bringing about a new civil war. Given the strife in the US over Donald Trump’s presidency, and the current issues of gun control, immigration and terrorism, it feels like an even more politically charged setup.
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Apple aims to appease customers with free MacBook keyboard repairs5h Apple aims to appease customers with free MacBook keyboard repairs
The Guardian
Company’s admission over faulty keyboards follows litany of complaints Apple has admitted that its MacBook and MacBook Pro laptop keyboards made since 2015 are susceptible to becoming stuck or breaking, and is promising to repair them for free.
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6h Uber begins appeal over London licence denial
BBC
A court will decide if the taxi app firm is "fit and proper" to hold a licence to operate in the capital.
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Robots roll around San Francisco6h Robots roll around San Francisco
BBC
Robots are rolling around San Francisco, but as robots get smarter what does their future in the technology hub hold?
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7h Bitcoin price - latest updates: Cryptocurrency falls to eight-month low
The Independent
The value of the digital currency has shifted wildly over recent weeks. This article is being regularly updated with the latest changes
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Uber to begin appeal over London licence denial7h Updated Uber to begin appeal over London licence denial
BBC
A court will decide if the taxi app firm is "fit and proper" to hold a licence to operate in the capital.
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Worlds Adrift: can its billion-dollar tech make it the next Fortnite?8h Worlds Adrift: can its billion-dollar tech make it the next Fortnite?
The Guardian
The massively multiplayer fantasy could be a huge hit due to groundbreaking SpatialOS As tens of millions of gamers log on every day to play games such as Fortnite, developers are hoping their creation will become the next megahit. Worlds Adrift has elements of Fortnite - a “bright, brash multiplayer shooter” game - combined with World of Warcraft and has been spawned by a developer already used to turning simple ideas into viral smashes.
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UK singles chart to include videos watched on YouTube15h UK singles chart to include videos watched on YouTube
BBC
Music played on YouTube will finally be included in the Top 40, the Official Charts Company says.
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Child of a commune16h Child of a commune
BBC
Stewart Butterfield's life as a Silicon Valley heavyweight is a world removed from his upbringing on a commune in remove Canada.
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Facebook’s Grow magazine – for the business leader who wants to be cool as well as rich24h Facebook’s Grow magazine – for the business leader who wants to be cool as well as rich
The Guardian
The semi-evil social network has launched its latest venture, a lifestyle magazine for the elite. Just don’t call it a publisher ...
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Live F1 stream site hosting French Grand Prix 2018 for free sees Formula One enter BeoutQ piracy row29h Live F1 stream site hosting French Grand Prix 2018 for free sees Formula One enter BeoutQ piracy row
The Independent
F1 streaming through a pirate service broadcasting the race in France is 'multi-million dollar operation'
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