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Chris Cillizza's Twitter Ratio is so bad, we're not sure his account can survive

Mashable

They call it the Ratio, and it's coming for CNN political pundit Chris Cillizza. For a long time, Cillizza, a pundit who has mastered the art of the bad take, was accused of having one of the highest Ratios on the political internet and some of the least popular tweets. Previously, Fast Forward discovered that Paul Ryan had the highest Twitter Ratio of the seven major politicians they studied--a fact that brought tears of joy to some tired #Resistance eyes. We had the lab analyze Chris Cillizza's tweets and compare them to pundits with similarly sized followings across the political spectrum: Joy Reid, David Frum, Meghan McCain, Matthew Yglesias, Ana Navarro, Judge Jeanine Pirro, and Jonathan Chait.


Selfie Data Tells You How Facebook Uses AI To Track Its Users Activities

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A software named Data selfie revealed how Facebook Artificial Intelligence uses your social media activity to track all your personal details in order to keep feeding you with alluring content. This open-source Google chrome extension is available for free and tells you how Social media platforms such as Facebook uses the machine learning and Artificial Intelligence to know your personality. The extension first tracks all your Facebook activity to gather all the required information and crunches the collected data into an analytical report. Data Selfie keeps a record of all your Facebook browsing activities including what you watch, how long you watched, what you look more than once, what you type, with whom you have interacted and much more.


Developers are building better software, faster, using AI

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Without any human guidance, the system had learned how to detect cats, people, and over 3,000 other objects just by ingesting 10 million images from YouTube videos. It proved that machines could learn without labored assistance from humans, and reach new levels of accuracy to boot.


Graphic Design Is About to Be Upended By AI

WIRED

Today, we're on the verge of another revolution, as artificial intelligence and machine learning turn the graphic design field on its head again. These kinds of automated tools will arrive on the web first, but print design will change, too, as design-software makers inject machine learning into their layout tools and apps. Wix, another popular website builder, also offers an AI solution: Wix ADI (Artificial Design Intelligence). These web design tools might offer assistance using artificial intelligence, machine learning, and algorithms, but on the whole, they still require hands-on use.


These Startups Want to Be Tinder for Your Rolodex

WIRED

The brainchild of Ludovic Huraux, a French entrepreneur best known for building a popular French dating site, Attractive World, Shapr is an app that helps you meet new professional connections. Every day Shapr pairs each of its users with 15 new connections, selected via algorithm through matching interests or career success. Shapr adapted its algorithm to include interests (both personal and professional) as added by a user, and career level as determined by a combination of human moderators and a machine learning algorithm. Though many networking groups, such as Meetup, have succeeded by siloing users by interest, Huraux believes deeply that connecting with people outside of your normal interest groups is the key to professional success.


Facebook and Google need humans, not just algorithms, to filter out hate speech

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The fields of machine learning and natural language processing have made leaps and bounds in recent years, but it remains incredibly difficult for a computer to recognize whether a given phrase contains hate speech. "But at the same time, if somebody had something in their profile like, 'Proud Jew, haters gonna hate,' that may be OK. Until machines can learn the difference between "Jew hater" and "Proud Jew, haters gonna hate," though, the problem of identifying and flagging hate speech can only be solved by humans–with smart machines assisting them. "Our goal is to prevent our keyword suggestions tool from making offensive suggestions, and to stop any offensive ads appearing.


Why IBM Security

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How It Works Mobile Security

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How It Works IBM Commerce Insights

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How It Works Mobile Security

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