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Facebook’s Safety Check will integrate fundraisers, among other upgrades
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 Facebook today announced a series of improvements for its Safety Check feature – the service that allows Facebook users to communicate about their safety to friends and family during a crisis. Most notably, people [...]
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Facebook requests input on hard questions about censorship and terrorism
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 How should Facebook decide what’s allowed on its social network, and how to balance safety and truth with diverse opinions and cultural norms? Facebook wants your feedback on the toughest issues it’s grappli [...]
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Facebook teaches machines to negotiate with humans
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 Though Facebook is rarely mentioned alongside Apple, Microsoft and Amazon in discussions about conversational AI, the company has published a hoard of papers that underscore a deep interest in dialog systems. As has bec [...]
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Facebook’s Safety Check is a stress-inducing flip of social norms
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 Facebook’s Safety Check feature was activated today, following news that a fire had engulfed a 24-storey block of flats in West London, with reports of several fatalities. Clearly this is a tragedy. But should Fac [...]
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Facebook rolls out the GIF button for comments to all users
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 Reply threads on Facebook are about to get a lot more animated. To mark the 30th anniversary of the GIF format, all users will get the new GIF comment button that Facebook began testing three months ago. Facebook also a [...]
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Facebook’s AI crosses language barrier to assist in Spanish
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 Any technology that only works in English neglects 75% of the world. That problem is especially severe for Facebook with its global userbase. Yet most languages are being left out by the advances in artificial intellige [...]
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Man in Pakistan sentenced to death for blasphemous Facebook comments
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 There’s disturbing news from Pakistan, where a man has been handed the death sentence for allegedly making blasphemous comments on Facebook. The Guardian reports that Taimoor Raza was founded guilty of insulting [...]
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Publishers using Facebook’s Instant Articles can now show more ads
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 Earlier this year, Facebook announced it would allow publishers to include more ads in their “Instant Articles.” In March, Facebook began testing ad units at the bottom of Instant Article pages — in th [...]
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Facebook inserts itself into politics with new tools that help elected officials reach constituents
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 Facebook this year has launched a number of features that make it easier for people to reach their government representatives on its social network, including “Town Hall,” and related integrations with News [...]
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