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Adobe, Twitter and the New York Times team up to fight digital fakes

By adobe, adobe max, adobe max 2019, Attribution, content authenticity initiative, copyright, deepfake, engadget, fake, fake news, gear, Internet, new york times, standard, Twitter

Adobe, Twitter and the New York Times are tired of seeing fake media propagate, and they’re teaming up to do something about it. The trio has launched a Content Authenticity Initiative that aims to create a standard for digital media attribution. I…

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Smellable VR is coming whether you want it or not

By 3d-printing, av, bosley crowther, Chanel, engadget, haptic technology, huffington post, john waters, nanyang technological university, national university of singapore, new york times, pc world, polyester, realdoll, scent of mystery, Singapore, smell-o-vision, stanford university, the great wall, tomorrow

Modern virtual reality is a treat for the senses. Well, two of them at least. “Sight and sound have been the staple of VR environments,” Benjy Li, a postdoctoral researcher with Stanford’s Virtual Human Interaction Lab, told Engadget. Haptic feedback…

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Smellable VR is coming whether you want it or not

By 3d-printing, av, bosley crowther, Chanel, engadget, haptic technology, huffington post, john waters, nanyang technological university, national university of singapore, new york times, pc world, polyester, realdoll, scent of mystery, Singapore, smell-o-vision, stanford university, the great wall, tomorrow

Modern virtual reality is a treat for the senses. Well, two of them at least. “Sight and sound have been the staple of VR environments,” Benjy Li, a postdoctoral researcher with Stanford’s Virtual Human Interaction Lab, told Engadget. Haptic feedback…

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US intelligence wants to make a key foreign surveillance law permanent

By 4thamendment, andrewmccabe, applenews, dan coats, danielcoats, engadget, fbi director, FISA, fisc, foreign intelligence surveillance act, gear, google, michaelrogers, new york times, politics, rodrosenstein, section702, tom bossert, united states, united states foreign intelligence surveillance court, united states senate select committee on intelligence

The directors of America’s federal intelligence agencies appeared before the Senate Intelligence Committee on Wednesday in an effort to convince the governing body to permanently extend Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, a law…

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New York Times picks an AI moderator over a Public Editor

By applenews, arthur ochs sulzberger, jr., atgoogletalks, Business, byron calame, changes, clark hoyt, daniel okrent, engadget, entertainment, huffingtonpost, jayson blair, jaysonblair, lizspayd, new york times, newyorktimes, the times

In a surprising move, the New York Times announced to its staff on Wednesday that it will immediately eliminate the position of Public Editor at its publication. The role will instead be filled by an expanded comments section — one that is mo…

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