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MEDIAEATER DIGEST, TUESDAY 20 NOVEMBER, MMXVIII
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NTIA Publishes Stakeholder Comments on Consumer Privacy Proposal  [natlawreview]

SpaceX, we have a problem: lift-off is delayed for rocket carrying art.  The anticipated launch date has changed It is now between Thursday, November 22 and Sunday, November 25. The satellite will deploy into orbit roughly an hour and 32 minutes after liftoff.  The launch will be webcast 

Deep learning pioneer Yoshua Bengio is worried about AI’s future (technologyreview.com) Q: What do you make of the idea that there’s an AI race between different countries? A: I don’t like it. I don’t think it’s the right way to do it. We could collectively participate in a race, but as a scientist and somebody who wants to think about the common good,…

Life inside MPEG This document tries to make the picture more complete by looking at the current main activities and deliveries in the next few months/years.

Music for the brain (brain.fm) “The most advanced AI music composer on the planet Invented to have the brain of a neuroscientist and the heart of a musician. Our AI (or extended human intelligence) creates all the music in brain.fm.”

Beyond 800 Words: News Formats for Personalising and Understanding [BBC] A project exploring what online news might look like if it wasn’t a legacy of the 800-word newspaper article. Our small team spent one year brainstorming new journalism formats and testing prototypes with members of the BBC’s least engaged audiences: Generation Z and women between the ages of 28 and 45.

 

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