This is what IPRS has been doing over the years but more actively since 2017. In fact, after being re-registered as a copyright society in 2017, it sent letters to all media platforms, asking them to ensure that artistes are paid 50 percent of the royalty, as required by the Act. … [Read more...] about How IPRS is upping the royalty game with its Facebook-Instagram tie-up
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How is the Post Office caught up in all this? Democrats want substantial funding for the U.S. Postal Service, which Pelosi says was recommended by the bipartisan USPS board of governors. The Post Office is necessary to handle the surge in November election mail-in ballots. On Thursday, Trump was using USPS funding as a bargaining chip: “If we don’t make a deal, that means they don’t get the money . . . All they have to do is make a deal. If they make a deal, the Postal Service is taken care of, the money they need for the mail-in ballots would be taken care of.” We’ll keep you posted. … [Read more...] about Unemployment extension update: Is the extra benefit $400 or $300? What’s taking so long?
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In 2019, Facebook built upon BERT’s approach with its RoBERTa model, which uses even more training data. “The system has to represent the meaning of the words that it sees, the structure of the sentence, the context,” says Facebook chief AI scientist Yann LeCun, a legend in the AI field who’s been tackling some of its biggest challenges since the 1980s. “As a result, it kind of learns what language is all about, which is weird, because it doesn’t know anything about the physical reality of the world. It doesn’t have vision, it doesn’t have hearing, it doesn’t have anything.” But even if a computer doesn’t learn about the world directly, self-supervised learning can help it learn something about the meanings of words, and the relationships between meanings, while processing the data. … [Read more...] about Facebook’s AI for detecting hate speech is facing its biggest challenge yet