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    HTC’s 4.three Inch Touch Display screen Telephone

    Android is an operating system developed by the Open Handset Alliance controlled by Google, for cell devices equivalent to tablet computer systems and smartphones. If you have an iPhone and it’s locked, you can rest assured that so long as no one knows your Apple device’s password, your privacy is guaranteed. The IOS software program has a really advanced sandboxing characteristic that’s built from the bottom up to be secure by design. It contains sandbox encryption, which isolates each app and means that you can run an app whereas preventing it from taking benefit over some permissions you do not … Read More

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    Research shows natural language benchmarks don’t measure AI models’ general knowledge well

    Open-domain question-answering models — models theoretically capable of responding to novel questions with novel answers — often simply memorize answers found in the data on which they’re trained, depending on the data set. That’s the assertion of a team of researchers affiliated with Facebook and the University College London, who in a preprint paper present evidence that 60{69439eabc38bbe67fb47fc503d1b0f790fcef507f9cafca8a4ef4fbfe163a7c5}-70{69439eabc38bbe67fb47fc503d1b0f790fcef507f9cafca8a4ef4fbfe163a7c5} of answers given by models tested on open-domain benchmarks are embedded somewhere in the training sets. Open-domain question-answering has received attention in the AI community for its practical applications, and more recently as a method to analyze language models’ grasp of factual … Read More

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    How China’s ACRCloud detects copyrighted music in short videos – TechCrunch

    Music is front and center in the rise of TikTok and other short-video apps. It’s not just the video platforms that are harvesting the fruit of their surging popularity. Music rights holders are also prepared to extract money from the millions of songs found in snappy user-generated videos. To detect copyrighted content, record labels and publishers summon a technology called audio fingerprinting, a tool pioneered by now Apple-owned Shazam. ACRCloud, a five-year-old startup based in Beijing and Düsseldorf, competes with the likes of Audible Magic and Nielsen-owned Gracenote to provide that service. It can quickly match a target … Read More

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