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Say hello to Yats: Why investors are paying thousands to 'own' emoji

Mashable 22 Jul 2021
The emoji gold rush is on ... You are the ~only~ one on earth who owns these emojis." ... Credit ... Tari Labs prices Yats based on when they were created (referred to as its Generation) and a hidden algorithm dubbed a Rhythm Score. At the time of this writing, all Yats are Generation Zero ... As of the time of this writing, the Yat marketplace is still invite only.
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Greta Van Fleet are being mocked relentlessly on TikTok

Guitar.com 22 Jul 2021
Hundreds of videos have been uploaded, some with hundreds of thousands of views, all light-heartedly mocking the group. READ MORE ... “You’re not safe here” ... Pitchfork gave their first full-length 1.6 out of 10, writing that “the poor kids from Frankenmuth, Michigan don’t even realize they’re more of an algorithmic fever dream than an actual rock band.”.
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Too old for online dating , only four queer people: Busting myths about dating apps

The Times of India 20 Jul 2021
If there's one thing the pandemic taught us, it's trying out new things ... ‘I’m too old for dating apps’ ... Remember, age is just a number ... It’s about you and who you want, so let your bio do the talking! Write about your interests, likes, dislikes or even your dance playlist and let the algorithm (and the universe, if you believe in it) work its magic ... .
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Dennis Desmond: Override the algorithms

Daily Hampshire Gazette 19 Jul 2021
... systems, we would often write code that enforced algorithms.
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The dawn of Quantum computing

The Telegraph India 19 Jul 2021
It is very easy for someone with basic understanding of linear algebra and Python skills to get started on quantum computing, now accessible via Cloud, and write algorithms in Python and run them on an actual quantum computer.
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Paintings, projections, VR starry nights: Can we ever know Van Gogh?

Indian Express 19 Jul 2021
Of course there’s no way to resurrect the artist, not through the Vesey van Gogh re-creation of his world, nor the Pier 36 exhibition, which also offers an artificial-intelligence van Gogh who will write you a letter (specifically, an algorithm recycles words and phrases from his real-life letters and delivers them in his own handwriting).
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Growth marketing roundup: SEO for 2021, pitch tactics, reviews and more

Crunch 17 Jul 2021
How can you stand out in the right search results, as algorithms continue to change?. Growth marketing expert Mark Spera writes that AI-driven content generators, careful trend tracking, great UX/UI and graphics and inspiration from your competitors’ ads can all give you an edge ... Marketer. Maya Moufarek, Marketing Cube. Recommended by ... Testimonial ... .
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Opinion | What the White House Doesn't Get About Disinformation

Politico 17 Jul 2021
Whatever strategies the White House ends up promoting to marginalize fake news—banning, “prebunking,” suspending, blocking, labelling, nudging, tweaking the algorithms—we’ve got to accept that there will always be a contingent who delight in writing, reading and sharing blatantly untrue material.
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Review: 'The Startup Wife,' by Tahmima Anam

The Polk County Standard Journal 14 Jul 2021
FICTION ... ———. A Bangladeshi American woman drops out of her MIT doctoral program to become a coding wiz, and then writes an algorithm powering an innovative new social networking app ... Until it's not ... ———. Jenny Bhatt is a writer, literary translator, book critic and instructor at Writing Workshops Dallas, and the podcast host of "Desi Books." ....
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Extra Crunch roundup: Crucial API metrics, US startup funding, advanced SEO tactics

Crunch 13 Jul 2021
Construction tech might be appealing to investors, Ward writes, but it must be “easy to use, easy to deploy or access while on a job site, and improve productivity almost immediately.” ... He writes in a guest column that Google’s algorithm “errs on the side of caution,” which leads the search engine to favor larger, more established websites.
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Mbappé to star on FIFA 22 cover as new technology looks to make game more realistic

Inside The Games 12 Jul 2021
Paris Saint-Germain and France forward Kylian Mbappé is set to feature on the cover of FIFA 22, with the game showing off new features in its official reveal trailer ... EA's algorithm will "write new animations in real time" based on match capture, the organisation claims. #FIFA22, Powered by Football ... football gameplay. 🎮⚽ ... .
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EA SPORTS Introduces FIFA 22 With Next-Gen HyperMotion Technology, Bringing Football’s Most Realistic and Immersive ...

The Marshall News Messenger 11 Jul 2021
REDWOOD CITY, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jul 11, 2021--. Electronic Arts Inc. (NASDAQ ... Business Wire) ... Additionally, EA’s proprietary machine learning algorithm learns from more than 8.7 million frames of advanced match capture, then writes new animations in real time to create organic football movement across a variety of interactions on the pitch ... PUB.
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Let's Make Google a public good

Gulf News 10 Jul 2021
As Ohio's attorney general, I went to court last month asking for a judicial declaration that Google has evolved into such an entity ... Google is ubiquitous ... Should Ohio prevail in its lawsuit, there will be no heavy-handed "Mother May I?" antitrust regulation in which the government tells Google how to run its business or how to write its algorithms ... .
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TikTok admits ‘significant’ error in algorithm after user highlighted ‘racial bias’ in video

The Independent 08 Jul 2021
The TikTok algorithm seems to have a racial bias in terms of which phrases the platform allows users to upload ... It’s potentially lucrative for both brands and influencers — but considering Tyler’s discovery, its algorithm could be detrimental for creators of colour ... First, Tyler writes “supporting white supremacy,” and the request goes through.
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I played a computer game in the 1960s. Now we are the game

The Irish Times 08 Jul 2021
I just could not understand how to write a programme ... The algorithms we do not understand ... It’s the structure of our daily digital relationships now, built around so many services – our social media, our apps, the free games, the online productivity tools such as email and writing programmes and calendars.

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