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IBM and CLS debut LedgerConnect, a blockchain platform for financial services firms, nine of which are using the proof of concept, including Barclays…

Ian Allison / Bankless Times : IBM and CLS debut LedgerConnect, a blockchain platform for financial services firms, nine of which are using the proof of concept, including Barclays and Citi   —  This aggregated story was originally published on this site.  Follow the link in the word Story at left to read the full article.

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Prediction markets that let users bet on assassinations of public figures or the number of days before the next mass shooting, start to appear on…

David Floyd / CoinDesk : Prediction markets that let users bet on assassinations of public figures or the number of days before the next mass shooting, start to appear on Augur   —  “Killed, not die of natural causes or accidents.”  —  Pretty much everyone saw them coming, but it was no less disturbing …

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Facebook, with 5x Stories users across its apps than Snapchat, needs to make the unskippable Stories ad format work to keep revenues growing (Josh…

Josh Constine / TechCrunch : Facebook, with 5x Stories users across its apps than Snapchat, needs to make the unskippable Stories ad format work to keep revenues growing   —  Commercials for the TV of tomorrow  —  Prepare for the invasion of the unskippables.  If the Stories social media slideshow format is the future of mobile TV …

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AI coverage has been misinformed and sensationalized for decades, leading to unrealistic expectations and distracting from the actual consequences of…

Oscar Schwartz / The Guardian : AI coverage has been misinformed and sensationalized for decades, leading to unrealistic expectations and distracting from the actual consequences of AI   —  Social media has allowed self-proclaimed ‘AI influencers’ who do nothing more than paraphrase Elon Musk to cash in on this hype with low-quality, pieces.

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Facebook and YouTube, with rules like the "three strikes policy" that assume good faith users, are unprepared for actors like Infowars that…

Casey Newton / The Verge : Facebook and YouTube, with rules like the “three strikes policy” that assume good faith users, are unprepared for actors like Infowars that exploit loopholes   —  Facebook and YouTube never anticipated a site like Infowars  —  Two weeks ago, CNN's Oliver Darcy put a question …

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