Facebook rating your trustworthiness, Tinder's college-only service
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In an effort to battle misinformation Facebook is reportedly rating it's user's trustworthiness on a scale from zero to one.
The rating will be used to understand where problematic content comes from.
Along with factors like behavioral clues and other measurements, Tinder has introduced a new service called Tinder U, a dating program designed strictly for college students.
You'll need a .edu email address and be located on a campus just to sign up.
To start, Tinder U is only rolling out on iOS devices.
Within four years accredited schools.
And finally Google assistant will now tell you uplifting news stories when asked because it does seem that good news is really tough to find these days.
Simply saying,tell me something good, [UNKNOWN] deliver a recent feel good news story going on in the US?
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