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This month, Twitter began using an automated labelling technology to identify and mark Corona virus misinformation relating to 5G technology.
However, the automation is starting to make mistakes.
With accurate reporting and information starting to get flagged incorrectly, the errors raise concerns about the company's reliance on artificial technology to review content.
Twitter declined to say how many 5G Coronavirus tweets have been mislabeled or provide an estimated error rate.
Richard Branson's Virgin one has delayed the demonstration of its launcher one rocket, pushing it to next week following a minor issue with a sensor.
The launcher one operates on the concept of attaching a small rocket to the belly of a modified 747 flying it above 75% of Earth's atmosphere and launching it from there.
The company had planned to hold the demonstration on May 24.
But the team cited an abundance of caution led to delaying the launch until all systems are working perfectly.
And finally, Elon Musk and Grimes have changed the name of their new baby but if you thought it would be to something a little easier to pronounce, you'd be wrong.
The name which must pronounced on Joe Rogan's podcast, as X#A12 has been given an amended spelling now using Roman numerals to signify the A 12 instead of standard numerals, which musk stated is in honor of Archangel 12 the precursor to the SRS 71 coolest plane ever.
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