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Study suggests the manosphere is becoming more toxic

A team of researchers from EPFL, Binghamton University, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, University College London, Boston University and the Max Planck Institute for Informatics has found evidence showing ...

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Background-swap technology suitable for mobile phones announced

Video creators: Want to swap backgrounds? Knock yourselves out. Google researchers have been working on a way to let you swap out your video backgrounds using a neural network—no green screen required. It's rolling out ...

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Music tempo carries hidden information

Who could even dream of thinking, period, when in a small dance club where the pulsating floodgates of club music are being let loose. Here's a thought, though. What if you could hide messages in the tempo of that pounding ...

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Facebook still shows muscle in drawing in young and old

Yes, old news. We know. Facebook demographics is believed to be caught up in a troublesome shift and Facebook had better brace itself. Fandom does not last forever. Younger users are fleeing for the likes of Twitter, Instagram, ...

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Facebook-checking technique may show pals' sleep times

A developer had an idea to see how one might use Facebook to see when friends are awake. Søren Louv-Jansen discussed his thoughts and technique on Medium. "Like most of my friends, I use Facebook on a daily level," he wrote. ...

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YouTube tool allows creators to blur moving objects

There are instances where you might look at a picture and say "Yuck it came out blurry." In this day of moving images and privacy battles, however, people caught in documentary or man in the street stints are not pleased; ...

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