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Uber may be looking to acquire grubhub according to reports from the Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg on Tuesday.
Not many details were immediately available, but according to The Wall Street Journal, the deal would be an all stock combination.
Bloomberg says the companies are in talks with a possibility that an agreement on a deal could potentially come this month.
beyond its traditional ride sharing offering.
Uber operates its Uber Eats food delivery service, which would see a boost from acquiring rival Grubhub which also owns seamless
Facebook has been doubling down on artificial intelligence to detect Corona Virus misinformation and hate speech, but the social network is finding machines can have a tough time identifying offensive content.
Facebook uses a mix of human reviewers and technology to detect content that violates its rules before users report it.
Well AI has made progress, misinformation and hate speech keep resurfacing on Facebook and other social networks.
And finally, Quibi a star studded mobile streaming service for short form video will add support this week for Apple iPhones to cast the televisions, so subscribers can stream Quibi shows on the biggest screen in their home.
According to a report from the New York Times, support for Android phones will come in the next few weeks, launched in April as a big bet on mobile only streaming.
Kwibi is also slowing down its release schedule of new programming, so it will have new big budget shows to watch into next year.
Previously, it said it had already shot enough material to keep releasing new series through late November.
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