For this week’s dose of divine irony – Meta is building AI that is designed to fact-check a large mass (approx 6.5 million) articles on Wikipedia. The team has started developing building blocks for the next generation of citation tools by training neural networks to pinpoint relevant source material in an internet-size data pool.
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NASA aborted the first flight of its giant Moon rocket on Monday, postponing the launch of an exciting new age of space exploration that aims to return humans to the lunar surface.
Trela is testing whether communities actually need a SoftBank-funded company to help them buy and sell on WhatsApp.
Auto companies are designing ways to build a car’s fuel cells into its frame, making electric rides cheaper, roomier, and able to hit ranges of 620 miles.
Just over two years after its launch, Facebook is shutting down the Facebook Gaming app on October 28, 2022. Now, when you open the app, you’ll see a banner stating that the app will no longer be available on iOS and Android after that date. The app also won’t be available on the Google Play Store or the Apple App Store.