UN General Assembly: World must prevent new Cold War, Guterres warns
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Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionTrump, Xi Jinping and Guterres address the UN General AssemblyTensions between the US and China came to the fore of the annual UN General Assembly in New York, with US President Donald Trump blaming China for the spread of coronavirus.He called for China to be held “accountable”…

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Free Webinar | Sept 29: How to Develop a Winning Go-To Market Strategy
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Join Henry Schuck, ZoomInfo co-founder/CEO, as he discusses how his company became the global leader in go-to market intelligence solutions and practical leadership advice. Free Book Preview Ultimate Guide to Social Media Marketing This book takes readers through a 360-degree perspective of social media marketing in businesses. September 15, 2020 2 min read Opinions expressed…

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In the Future, Propaganda Will Be Computer-Generated
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Disinformation campaigns used to require a lot of human effort, but artificial intelligence will take them to a whole new level. September 20, 2020 Technical research manager at the Stanford Internet Observatory John Phillips/Life Magazine via Getty / Arsh Raziuddin / The AtlanticSomeday soon, the reading public will miss the days when a bit of…

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Twitter to investigate apparent racial bias in photo previews
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Just because an algorithm’s decisions aren’t intentionally racist doesn’t mean it isn’t racially biased in practice. Image: bob al-greene / mashable By Rachel Kraus2020-09-20 19:15:32 UTC The first look a Twitter user gets at a tweet might be an unintentionally racially biased one. Twitter said Sunday that it would investigate whether the neural network that…

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As the Western US burns, a forest carbon capture monitoring service nabs cash from Amazon & Bill Gates backed fund
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Pachama, the forest carbon sequestration monitoring service that tracks how much carbon dioxide is actually captured in forestry offset projects, has raised $5 million in fresh funding from a clutch of high-profile investors, including Amazon and Breakthrough Energy Ventures. The investment is one of several deals that Amazon has announced today through its Climate Pledge…

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Drive predictable B2B revenue growth with insights from big data and CDPs
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Let your AI feast on data to generate more accurate predictions Latané Conant Contributor Latané Conant is the Chief Market Officer of 6sense and author of “No Forms. No Spam. No Cold Calls.” As the world reopens and revenue teams are unleashed to meet growth targets, many B2B sellers and marketers are wondering how they…

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