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The company publicly claims its AI is amazing at removing harmful content, but internal documents suggest they know the algorithm is ineffective.
The Microsoft subsidiary had agreed in 2014 to censor content in China, but that apparently wasn’t enough for tougher government regulators.
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These small, affordable buds make me feel bad about recommending any other workout headphones.
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In the new scientific (and literal) field of agrivoltaics, researchers are showing how panels can increase yields and reduce water use on a warming planet.
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