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ResearchBuzzMay 28, 2023
Google Chrome, Apple, Revitalizing Old PCs, More: Sunday ResearchBuzz, May 28, 2023
TWEAKS AND UPDATES Google Blog: New ways to customize Chrome on your desktop. "Looking for more ways to make Chrome your own? With the latest updates to Chrome on desktop, it's easier […]

Nebraska Cultural Heritage, Scotland Endangered Archives, Google Chrome, More: Saturday ResearchBuzz, May 27, 2023 (ResearchBuzz)

EngadgetMay 27, 2023
Twitter pulls out of EU's voluntary Code of Practice against disinformation
Twitter has withdrawn from a voluntary European Union agreement to combat online disinformation. In a tweet spotted by TechCrunch, Thierry Breton, the bloc's internal market commissioner, said Twitter had pulled out of the EU's "Code of Practice" against disinformation. "You can run but you can't hide. Our teams are ready for enforcement," Breton said, referring to the EU's Digital Services Act. As of August 25th, the DSA will require "very large online platforms" like Twitter to be more proactive with content moderation.

PC World Latest NewsMay 24, 2023
Learn up to 14 languages with help from Babbel, just $189.97 for Memorial Day

Babbel's impressive track record is evident through its expansive user base of over ten million learners worldwide. It holds high ratings of 4.5/5 stars on the Google Play Store and 4.6/5 stars on the App Store. Recognized as a prominent player in the online language-learning industry, Babbel has also been praised by The Next Web as one of the enduring leaders in this field.

With Babbel, you'll get lifetime access to expert-developed, bite-sized lessons for 14 languages, including Spanish, French, Italian, German, and more. Fit a session into your busy schedule, and in as little as one month, you could be speaking confidently about useful topics like travel, family, business, food, and more. There are even personalized review sessions to reinforce yo

ComputerWorldMay 04, 2023
Q&A: Google's Geoffrey Hinton — humanity just a 'passing phase' in the evolution of intelligence
Geoffrey Hinton, a professor and former Google engineering fellow, is known as "godfather of artificial intelligence" because of his  contributions to the development of the technology. A cognitive psychologist and computer scientist, he pioneered work on developing artificial neural networks and deep learning techniques, such as back propagation — the algorithm that allows computers to learn. 

Hinton, 75, is also a 2018 winner of the Turning Award, colloquially referred to as the Nobel Prize of computer science.

With that background, Hinton made waves recently when he announced his resignation from Google and wrote a statement to The New York Times warning of the dire consequences of AI and of his regret over having been involved in its development.

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