The leaked document in the NBC story reflects the performance of older AI detection tools that hadn’t yet been pretrained using RoBERTa. Still, concern about biases in Facebook’s content moderation algorithms has continued in academic and civil rights communities. Facebook recently completed an independent civil rights audit of its practices, performed by civil rights attorneys Laura Murphy, Megan Cacace, and a supporting team at the civil rights law firm Relman Colfax. Murphy writes in the team’s report: “. . . civil rights advocates contend that not only do Facebook’s policies not go far enough in capturing hateful and harmful content, they also assert that Facebook unevenly enforces or fails to enforce its own policies against prohibited content. Thus harmful content is left on the platform for too long.” The auditors write that these criticisms are especially acute with regard to content targeting African Americans, Jews, and Muslims. … [Read more...] about Facebook’s AI for detecting hate speech is facing its biggest challenge yet
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The pressure cooker of a tournament can be compared to living through a pandemic. “Right now, we are being bombarded with information overload,” she says. “People want certainty. They want to know when they can start seeing people again. When we’ll have a vaccine. The human brain doesn’t like uncertainties, but we don’t know the answers to these questions.” … [Read more...] about What poker can teach you about living through a pandemic
Ask around if people have heard of the app through which you wish to invest. Garg says, “Go through the customer reviews and user ratings on Google play store or Apple App store and understand typical challenges faced by the existing investors. Consider poor reviews with one or two stars from recent dates and see the challenges investors are facing.” This way, you know the shortcomings before signing up and there are no surprises. … [Read more...] about Millennials love investing via apps, but are they aware of the pitfalls?
And it was around that time it was known in the Agarwal family circles that Mahesh had split his ancestral properties worth Rs 1,200 crore in three parts, offering one third each to his son Pratik, sister Manju and Sharad. He had put a stringent condition that no one would be allowed to sell the properties and that the troika must develop the branch of the foods company he created — known as Haldiram Bhujiawala (Pratik Foods) brand — beyond its current turnover of Rs 4,000 crore. … [Read more...] about Bitter fight erupts in Haldiram’s group over property after death of family elder
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) central board has approved the transfer of Rs 57,128 crore in surplus as dividend to the government for the accounting year 2019-20, the central bank said in a release on August 14. The Board also decided to maintain the Contingency Risk Buffer at 5.5 percent. … [Read more...] about RBI Board approves transfer of Rs 57,128 crore dividend to government