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Column: The media in the age of the Internet - attacked but necessary

Column: The media in the age of the Internet – attacked but necessary

Llewellyn King Ginnie Graham and Bob Doucette talk about the Club Q tragedy, which included a victim with local ties. Can the latest mass shooting change people’s minds about gun control laws? Trying to predict the future of the internet or even see how it will become a reliable source of facts, like old-fashioned newspapers …

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Facebook will use age confirmation AI to check if you're old enough to date

Facebook will use age confirmation AI to check if you’re old enough to date

Facebook dating debuted in 2019, but three years later he’s seek to ensure that people using the service are real adults using third-party AI systems.Photo: Boom Iapetus (Shutterstock) Meta may ask you to send the company a video of your face before letting you meet other people looking for love on facebook datingif only to …

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‘It’s discrimination’: Millions of Britons are frozen in the digital age

Mno one in Britain can live without their smartphone and use it to manage all aspects of their life, from banking to shopping and socialising. But what if the opposite is true, and this clever technology erects invisible barriers that prevent you from doing basic things like paying online, contacting your GP or even parking. …

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Older people live longer in counties with greater age bias – Neuroscience News

Summary: Contrary to expectations, the researchers found that older people who live in countries with a higher age bias had better health outcomes than those who lived in countries with less age bias. The study found that older people tend to live longer in countries with more negative attitudes towards the aging population. Source: UMasse …

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