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Feb 24, 2016

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Christina

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Facebook Reactions, the Totally Redesigned Like Button, Is Here

YOUR NEWS FEED is about to get a lot more expressive. After months of user testing in a handful of countries, Facebook today is releasing “Reactions” to the rest of the world. The feature isn’t so much a new tool as it is an extension of an existing one; by long-pressing—or, on a computer, hovering...

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Nov 25, 2015

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Emily S

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7 awesome (and awful) applications of facial recognition tech

Face it – your privacy is kaput. And the latest contributor to the end of anonymity? Facial recognition software. Once the stuff of sci-fi, facial recognition tech is showing up everywhere from American churches to Kenyan savannahs. Here are some of the strangest, coolest, and most concerning...

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Computers That Know How You Feel Will Soon Be Everywhere

Sometime next summer, you’ll be able to watch a horror series that is exactly as scary as you want it to be—no more, no less. You’ll pull up the show, which relies on software from the artificial intelligence startup Affectiva, and tap a button to opt in. Then, while you stare at your iPad, its...

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