• April 15, 2024

Pressure Mounts On Google And Facebook To Stop Anti-Vax Conspiracy Theories

As a measles outburst carries on to spread in state of Washington, Facebook is “exploring extra measures” to battle false anti-vaccine material on the platform, media claimed. The news follows on the heels of disparagement from Representative Adam Schiff, who sent Mark Zuckerberg (Facebook CEO) a letter about vaccine fake data on Instagram and Facebook.…

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Farmers Paid $7.7bn By USDA To Save From Trump’s Tariffs

Addressing a press conference William Northey told the press that the Agricultural department of United State has already paid $7.7 billion to farmers. William Northey who holds the position of undersecretary at Farm Production and Conservation, further told the reporters that the steps have been taken to protect the interest of farmers. Earlier president Donald…

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The Annual Online Survey For Physicians Begins

An online survey, US News Physician Survey, has begun which would ask for the opinions of experts on the high quality of service and referral care provided by hospitals. Invitations were sent to randomly selected 10% physicians who have been using Doximity. Several other Doximity users have not received mails yet but will get them…

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Elon Musk’s AI Company Has Developed A Fake News Generator

Elon Musk’s company has created an Artificial Intelligence system that can make considerable fake news. According to new OpenAI blog, the model, GPT-2, is trained to forecast the next word in 40GB of Internet text. The blog further reads that due to the worries about malicious applications, the company is not revealing its model publicly…

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Nissan Offers EV Batteries One More Chance By Using Them To Power Trailers

Once the batteries in electric vehicles are worn down further than the point of being helpful to the vehicle, something needs to be done. Nissan has a new solution that will assist expand the battery life by repurposing it into a fuel source for camping Opus’ trailers. The battery recycling solution by Nissan is made…

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Amazon Needs 50% Of Its Shipments To Be Carbon-Neutral By 2030

Amazon does not have a genuine environmental record, but it is making some efforts. The Internet behemoth has issued a Shipment Zero program that plans for net zero emissions of carbon for deliveries. While it does not have a pipeline for attaining ideally carbon-neutral shipping, it hopes 50% of shipments to be net zero by…

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Hugely Successful Chinese Govt App Designed By Alibaba

Alibaba, a multi-million dollar company headed by Jack Ma, who is considered as one of the biggest entrepreneurs of the present generation, recently came into the news as the company responsible for developing an application aimed at spreading the propaganda of the Chinese government. This revelation was done by two employees of the company itself…

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Facebook To Increase Fact-Checking Before Elections In India

Reportedly, Facebook has bolted five new affiliations in India to expand its fact-checking program before the country’s general election, which is scheduled in May. In recent time, the tech giant declared it had associated with Vishvas.news, India Today Group, Newsmobile, Factly, and Fact Crescendo, which were all approved through a global fact-checking network. The collaborators…

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Chinese Continue To Invest Billions In Thai Real Estate

Investors from China have been pouring unlimited capital in Thailand’s property in spite of the fact that the nation is proceeding towards a national election wrapped with uncertainty. People from the most economically stable countries in Asia have always viewed Thailand as a great holiday spot. Chinese real estate website Juwai.com mentioned Thailand had been…

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Study Finds Gut May Help Diagnose Parkinson’s Much Sooner

National Institute of Health found that nearly 50,000 people living in US are diagnosed with Parkinson’s every year. And people suffering from Parkinson’s are numbered at 500,000 at the moment. Unfortunately, when the disease gets diagnosed, the affected brain cells have already died. This makes it even more difficult to reduce the rate of progression…

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China’s Satellite Takes Rare Pictures Of Moon’s Far Side

LongJiang-2, the Chinese satellite has been successful in taking a spectacular picture of the faraway side of the Moon where our Earth is appearing like a small dot besides it. The small blue marble like presence of the Earth behind the Moon is a sight which will definitely makes us as humans feel very small…

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Climatic Impact Is Rather Difficult To Counterbalance The Plant Growth

The most falsified fact is that carbon dioxide is plant food. As per the photosynthetic process, only increasing its levels in the atmosphere can help the plants boost its growth. There are even some variants that the plants are starved of carbon dioxide whereas some suggest the plants consume carbon for their fast growth and…

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