Instagram rolls out AI-powered moderation, White House summit may exclude Facebook
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Instagram will begin rolling out an AI-powered feature that will let you know if you're about to post a hurtful comment, presenting you with a are you sure you wanna post this warning.
The company is also testing a new tool called restrict, that will prevent you and others from seeing comments from bullies.
The White House hasn't extended invitations To Facebook and Twitter for a social media summit set for Thursday, according to CNN.
The choice to exclude two of the biggest social media companies from a social media summit could stem from the President's allegations that some sites are politically biased.
And finally Researchers from the International Computer Science Institute have discovered more than a thousand Android apps that have skirted data collection restrictions, including access to geolocation data and phone identifiers.
Of course, it raises security issues about Google's operating system, which the company says, it will address An Android Q
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