Tech giants team up to fight terrorist propaganda: YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, and Microsoft will share 'digital fingerprints' of removed posts

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Tech giants unveil plan to fight terrorist propaganda: YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, and Microsoft will share'digital fingerprints' of removed posts The new program would create a database of unique digital'fingerprints' This could help firms identify videos or images the companies could remove Expected to begin in early 2017, and may involve additional companies in future The new program would create a database of unique digital'fingerprints' Could this be the answer to Facebook's fake news problem?... Would you let a robot perform surgery on your EYE? Axsis... Try the brain training game that could boost your vision:... Fault near Kathmandu could produce magnitude 8 or greater... Could this be the answer to Facebook's fake news problem?... Would you let a robot perform surgery on your EYE? Axsis... Try the brain training game that could boost your vision:... Fault near Kathmandu could produce magnitude 8 or greater... Social media has become a tool for recruiting and radicalization by the Islamic State group and others. Its use by terror groups and supporters has added to the threat from so-called lone-wolf attacks and decreased the time from'flash to bang' -- or radicalization to violence MPS SAYS SITES ARE'THE LIFEBLOOD OF ISIS' When such content is shared internally, the other participating companies will be notified and can use the digital fingerprints to quickly identify the same content on their own services to judge whether it violates their rules. Man punches kangaroo in the face to save dog being strangled CCTV shows woman hit by a CAR as thieves dodge paying for petrol Mob storm police station and lynch suspected paedophile Watch the original 1972 trailer for'Last Tango in Paris' Moment judge gets slapped in the face at 2016 IFBB Diamond Cup Christmas advert so touching it's being shared around the world Heart-stopping moment child climbs on tracks in front of train Adorable baby'sings' along with Dutch champion beatboxer B-Art Which body types do women like best? Christmas advert so touching it's being shared around the world Adorable baby'sings' along with Dutch champion beatboxer B-Art Which body types do women like best? 'Don't believe a thing you hear, unless it comes from me':... EXCLUSIVE: Man who punched out kangaroo is a ZOOKEEPER:... EXCLUSIVE: The'arrogant' man behind illegal artist enclave... EXCLUSIVE: Ex-American Idol contestant Corey Clark describes... Pictured: Twelve victims identified as firefighters recover... Is Europe's Brexit revolution over?


Women prefer a BIGGER penis for a one-night-stand than for a long-term relationship, study reveals (...but both are bigger than average)

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Are you brave enough to try VAMPIRE therapy? We reveal the... Secrets of an A-list body: We reveal how YOU can get Sharon... Are you brave enough to try VAMPIRE therapy? We reveal the... Secrets of an A-list body: We reveal how YOU can get Sharon... Dr Nicole Prause, a neuroscientist at UCLA who specialises in sex drive, created 100 possible dimensions for an erect penis. She whittled that down to 33 options, which were then 3D-printed in blue rubber. Man punches kangaroo in the face to save dog being strangled CCTV shows woman hit by a CAR as thieves dodge paying for petrol Mob storm police station and lynch suspected paedophile Watch the original 1972 trailer for'Last Tango in Paris' Moment judge gets slapped in the face at 2016 IFBB Diamond Cup Christmas advert so touching it's being shared around the world Heart-stopping moment child climbs on tracks in front of train Adorable baby'sings' along with Dutch champion beatboxer B-Art Which body types do women like best?


Google Brain 'translates between languages that it doesn't even know'

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Google says its artificial intelligence has taught itself to'translate between languages that it doesn't even know' 'Zero-shot translation' can translate between languages it doesn't know Deep-learning researchers developed Google Neural Machine Translation GNMT developed algorithm that'self-teaches' it to translate languages'Zero-shot translation' can translate between languages it doesn't know GNMT developed algorithm that'self-teaches' it to translate languages Google headquarters in Menlo Park, California is seen in the above stock photo. Google says it has built an algorithm that allows its Google Translate service to translate languages it doesn't even know Google says that its artificial intelligence uses a'token' at the beginning of the input sentence to specify the required target language to translate to Skating on thin ice: Wife of Vladimir Putin's spokesman... 'This had nothing to do with Donald': Rosie O'Donnell... Liberty University President Jerry Falwell Jr. says he... New Orleans violence'out of control' says mayor after one... Skating on thin ice: Wife of Vladimir Putin's spokesman... 'This had nothing to do with Donald': Rosie O'Donnell... Liberty University President Jerry Falwell Jr. says he... New Orleans violence'out of control' says mayor after one... Man punches kangaroo in the face to save dog being strangled CCTV shows woman hit by a CAR as thieves dodge paying for petrol Mob storm police station and lynch suspected paedophile Moment judge gets slapped in the face at 2016 IFBB Diamond Cup Watch the original 1972 trailer for'Last Tango in Paris' Heart-stopping moment child climbs on tracks in front of train Christmas advert so touching it's being shared around the world Adorable baby'sings' along with Dutch champion beatboxer B-Art Which body types do women like best? Christmas advert so touching it's being shared around the world Adorable baby'sings' along with Dutch champion beatboxer B-Art Which body types do women like best? 'Don't believe a thing you hear, unless it comes from me':... EXCLUSIVE: Man who punched out kangaroo is a ZOOKEEPER:... EXCLUSIVE: The'arrogant' man behind illegal artist enclave... EXCLUSIVE: Ex-American Idol contestant Corey Clark describes... Pictured: Twelve victims identified as firefighters recover... Is Europe's Brexit revolution over? Gloating left-wing... High school algebra teacher calls off her wedding after she... 'Roo want a piece of me?


Would you let a robot perform surgery on your EYE? Axsis robot uses flexible arms just 1.8 millimeters wide to carry out delicate procedures

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Axsis robot uses flexible robotic arms, each just 1.8 millimetres in diameter Movements are controlled by cables roughly the width of a human hair To operate system, surgeon uses two haptic joysticks, which provide feedback It's also equipped with sensing algorithms minimize the risk of human error. Axsis robot uses flexible robotic arms, each just 1.8 millimetres in diameter It's also equipped with sensing algorithms minimize the risk of human error. A robot equipped with tiny, tentacle-like instruments could soon be used to perform surgery on human eyes. Try the brain training game that could boost your vision:... Fault near Kathmandu could produce magnitude 8 or greater... BMW employees use remote locking technology to trap car... The REAL paleo diet: More than 9,000 plant remains reveal... Try the brain training game that could boost your vision:... Fault near Kathmandu could produce magnitude 8 or greater... BMW employees use remote locking technology to trap car...


Charge your phone in SECONDS: New material could make batteries up to 10,000 times more powerful

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Researchers have developed a new material that could revolutionise the capabilities of batteries. A new finding could lead to high energy density super-capacitors, making it possible to recharge mobile phones, laptops, and tablets in a few seconds. Image: superconductors' relative charge means that they strongly repel magnets Super-capacitors have long been hailed as a powerful alternative power source to batteries. They can charge and discharge at rapid speeds, and store significantly more power than regular batteries. They deliver energy quickly unlike conventional batteries, which do so in a much slower and more sustained way.