Facebook's civil rights task force, MacBook Air faults and mysterious space signals
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Facebook has revealed it will make an internal civil rights task force permanent according to a blog post by COO Sheryl Sandberg on Sunday.
The task force will be chaired by Sandberg and will focus on Facebook's content policies, the famous of its artificial intelligence and privacy issues.
The news via Facebook's second progress report on its civil rights audit, published Sunday.
Apple has identified a power issue with a very small number of MacBook Air models, according to a report by 9to5Mac.
The internal memo obtained by 9to5Mac notes that the main logic board in 2018 13-inch Retina Display models may be faulty and should be replaced at no fee.
Apple will email customers with machines affected by default, but customers with the faulty model can also drop into an apple store to get them Apple checked out
And finally, aliens Yes, aliens.
It's been a big week for astronomers listening to the Universe with the detection of a handful of new mysterious radio bursts coming from deep space.
The bursts were find in archive data from 2012 to 2018 and were reported by Russia's [inaudible] Astronomy Observatory on Friday.
Scientists aren't sure what causes these signals which means yes, it could be aliens.
Don't get your hopes up just yet.
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