29 Aug

“I used to lead tours at a plantation. You won’t believe the questions I got about slavery.”

“Up until about a year ago, I worked at a historic site in the South that included an old house and a nearby plantation. My job was to lead tours and tell guests about the people who made plantations possible: the slaves.”

Read: I used to lead tours at a plantation. You won’t believe the questions I got about slavery.

29 Aug

“I used to lead tours at a plantation. You won’t believe the questions I got about slavery.”

“Up until about a year ago, I worked at a historic site in the South that included an old house and a nearby plantation. My job was to lead tours and tell guests about the people who made plantations possible: the slaves.”

Read: I used to lead tours at a plantation. You won’t believe the questions I got about slavery.

29 Aug

“A Survey of 3,000 Executives Reveals How Businesses Succeed with AI”

“The buzz over artificial intelligence (AI) has grown loud enough to penetrate the C-suites of organizations around the world, and for good reason. Investment in AI is growing and is increasingly coming from organizations outside the tech space.”

Read: A Survey of 3,000 Executives Reveals How Businesses Succeed with AI

28 Aug

“Companies are using AI to screen candidates now”

“Human job recruiters can only physically juggle so many candidates at once. HireVue, a company with a “video interview intelligence platform,” wants to make that easier by using artificial intelligence to do the heavy lifting for you and screen multiple candidates at once.”

Read: Companies are using AI to screen candidates now

22 Aug

“Transgender YouTubers had their videos grabbed to train facial recognition software”

“About five or six years ago, one of Karl Ricanek’s students showed him a video on YouTube. It was a time lapse of a person undergoing hormone replacement therapy, or HRT, in order to transition genders.”

Read: Transgender YouTubers had their videos grabbed to train facial recognition software

15 Aug

“This anti-Nazi film went viral after Charlottesville. It may be less effective than it seems.”

“In the hours following the Unite the Right white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, over the weekend, a short 1943 propaganda film called Don’t Be a Sucker, produced by the US Department of Defense, went viral on the internet.”

Read: This anti-Nazi film went viral after Charlottesville. It may be less effective than it seems.

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