Meet the scientist teaching AI to police human speech
Alexis Conneau’s work has helped Facebook and Google build artificial intelligence systems that can understand dozens of languages with startling accuracy. But researchers like him also stand at the center of a battle over the technology’s risk of prejudice, censorship and abuse.washingtonpost.com
Fleetwood Mac’s ‘Dreams’ is gaining popularity, thanks to that hilarious now-viral TikTok
Fleetwood Mac’s classic hit “Dreams,” sung by the witchy Stevie Nicks, is having a breath of new life, thanks to a TikTok that recently went viral. He’s just enjoying life and jamming out to some Fleetwood Mac. The TikTok blew up on social media, and even Fleetwood Mac’s Twitter account took notice, and tweeted “We love this!” to all of its followers. As if this story couldn’t get any better, Fleetwood Mac’s drummer, Mick Fleetwood, recently joined TikTok so he could recreate the now famous video. Now twirl, Stevie Nicks, twirl!
Back-to-School help for students without internet
If your family is struggling to get broadband access, there are resources that can help you bridge the gap. In Philadelphia, CARE money will help provide computers and free internet access to 35,000 low-income families. "Our American Experiences Survey from earlier this year showed that it costs an average of $66 a month for broadband internet service," says CR's Schwantes. Internet ProvidersMany internet service providers offer their own assistance programs, so it's worth reaching out to those in your area to review your options. Comcast: The Internet Essentials program provides internet speeds of 25 Mbps, plus WiFi, for $10 a month.
Internet for all? How the FCC could change the way we go online
Internet for all? How the FCC could change the way we go online CNET senior news writer Maggie Reardon explains proposal by the agency to regulate the Internet as a public utility -- and how that could change the way we use itcbsnews.com
Should the Internet be regulated like a public utility?
Should the Internet be regulated like a public utility? The debate over net neutrality is heating up. The FCC is expected to propose regulating the Internet like a public utility. CNET's Bridget Carey joins CBSN with more on what this means for consumers.cbsnews.com
Steps not strides expanding freedom in Iran
Steps not strides expanding freedom in Iran President Rouhani pledged to release prominent political prisoners and expand press and Internet freedoms. He has made steps not strides. Steve Kroft asks Dr. Mohammad Nahavandian, Rouhani's chief of staff, why?cbsnews.com