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Facebook dehnt Faktenprüfung aus
„Facebook adding part-time fact-checking contractors – Facebook is creating a new pilot program in the U.S. that will leverage part-time contracted ‚community reviewers‘ to expedite its fact-checking process. … The community reviewers will help to corroborate or debunk stories that Facebook’s machine learning tools flag as potential misinformation. … Facebook will hire the ‚community reviewers‘ through a third-party contractor called Appen, which sources, vets, selects and qualifies community reviewers. – Appen will provide Facebook with a large, diverse and distributed pool of reviewers that reflects the diversity of age, gender, ethnicity and geography of Facebook users in the U.S. … The reviewers are meant to be representative of everyday Facebook users, so they don’t have any sort of particular expertise in fact-checking.“Axios
Google Cloud soll wachsen
„Google reportedly set a goal of being a top-two cloud player by 2023 – Top Alphabet executives including then-CEO Larry Page, CFO Ruth Porat, and then-Google CEO Sundar Pichai talked about whether the company should exit the public cloud market, where it’s behind Amazon and Microsoft, according to a new report. – Google now wants to be No. 1 or No. 2 in cloud by 2023. – Google later called the report “not accurate” and said it did not debate leaving the cloud market in 2018.“CNBC
The Tech Decade
„When the decade began, tech meant promise — cars that could drive themselves, social networks that could take down dictators. It connected us in ways we could barely imagine. But somewhere along the way, the flaws of technology became abundantly clear. What happened? – The people who brought us this decade explain: Mark Zuckerberg, Edward Snowden, Ellen Pao, Phil Schiller, Kevin Systrom, Brianna Wu, Tyler ‚Ninja‘ Blevins, Mike Judge, Jonah Peretti, Diane von Furstenberg, Alex From Target – and many more. (People’s titles in the interviews below, which have been edited for clarity, reflect the roles they had at the time.)“NYT