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Self-Driving Cars 'Learn' To Predict Pedestrian Movement

Self-Driving Cars 'Learn' To Predict Pedestrian Movement

Scientists are using humans' gait, body symmetry and foot placement to teach self-driving cars to recognise and predict pedestrian movements with greater precision than current technologies.

Self-Driving Cars 'Learn' To Predict Pedestrian Movement

Workplace By Facebook Has A New Leader: Indian-Origin Executive KARANDEEP ANAND, From Facebook Marketplace

Workplace By Facebook Has A New Leader: Indian-Origin Executive KARANDEEP ANAND, From Facebook Marketplace

We're thrilled that Karandeep is joining Workplace as its new head of Workplace, effectively immediately.

Workplace By Facebook Has A New Leader: Indian-Origin Executive KARANDEEP ANAND, From Facebook Marketplace

Facebook Now Allows Users To Add Songs To Photos, Videos

Facebook Now Allows Users To Add Songs To Photos, Videos

Offering its over two billion monthly users new ways to express themselves, Facebook has introduced new music features, including an option to add a song to photos and videos they share to Facebook Stories.

Facebook Now Allows Users To Add Songs To Photos, Videos

Facebook Hit With Class-Action Lawsuit After Massive Security Breach

Facebook Hit With Class-Action Lawsuit After Massive Security Breach

TORONTO — A class-action lawsuit has been proposed in Canada against Facebook following a security breach that put the accounts of tens of millions of users at risk.

Facebook Hit With Class-Action Lawsuit After Massive Security Breach

How Blue Light Accelerates Blindness

How Blue Light Accelerates Blindness
Are you addicted to your smartphones, laptops and tablets? The blue light emitting from these digital devices can affect your eye's retina and lead to age-related macular degeneration, according to a research led by a professor of Indian-origin.

How Blue Light Accelerates Blindness

Twitter Loses 1 Million Users In Q2, Stock Plummets

Twitter Loses 1 Million Users In Q2, Stock Plummets
As it began to crack down on spammy and inactive accounts, Twitter on Friday reported a drop of 1 million users in the second quarter of 2018 -- with monthly active user count going down from 336 million in the last quarter to 335 million.

Twitter Loses 1 Million Users In Q2, Stock Plummets

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