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Facebook removes hundreds of political pages for breaking spam rules 11 Oct 5:45pm Facebook removes hundreds of political pages for breaking spam rules
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Some accounts were fake or ad farms pretending to be forums for political debate, company says With less than one month left before the midterm elections, Facebook has
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11 Oct 6:41am Cloud or blockchain: which consumes the most energy?
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Martin is interested in using a decentralised web alternative to Google Docs, but worries about the energy use associated with blockchain
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Weaponised AI is coming. Are algorithmic forever wars our future? | Ben Tarnoff 11 Oct 5:00am Weaponised AI is coming. Are algorithmic forever wars our future? | Ben Tarnoff
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The US military is creating a more automated form of warfare – one that will greatly increase its capacity to wage war everywhere forever. Last month marked the 17th anniversary of 9/11. With it came a new milestone: we’ve been in Afghanistan for so long that someone born after
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Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Tablet review: as good as Surface Pro but with USB-C 11 Oct 2:00am Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Tablet review: as good as Surface Pro but with USB-C
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Great screen, robust design, brilliant keyboard and Thunderbolt 3 make the third-generation ThinkPad X1 Tablet a potent combination Lenovo’s third-generation ThinkPad X1 Tablet aims to be a no-compromise Windows 10 detachable that gives users what Microsoft’s Surface won’t: USB-C and Thunderbolt 3. The form factor is familiar. The actual computer is squeezed into an 8.9mm thick tablet with a kickstand out the back and a magnetically attached keyboard that sits up on an angle for better typing.
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Amazon ditched AI recruiting tool that favored men for technical jobs 10 Oct 7:42pm Amazon ditched AI recruiting tool that favored men for technical jobs
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Specialists had been building computer programs since 2014 to review résumés in an effort to automate the search process Amazon’s machine-learning specialists uncovered a big problem: their new recruiting engine did not like women. The team had been building computer programs since 2014 to review job applicants’ résumés, with the aim of mechanizing the search for top talent, five people familiar with the effort told Reuters.
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