Category: Social Media

Facebook AI cuts by more than half the error rate of unsupervised speech recognition

By: Tiernan Ray

Speech recognition, meaning, programs that are able to detect spoken phonemes, is a fairly well established discipline in computer science that has been greatly advanced in the past twenty years by artificial intelligence. 

The field has depended heavily on libraries of samples of speakers with each phoneme explicitly indicated, or “labeled.” That has …

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Facebook Gaming Expands Cloud-Streaming Platform to More Users

By: Brandy Shaul

Facebook Gaming debuted its cloud gaming platform last October, allowing users in a few U.S. states to play cloud-streamed mobile games on Android devices and the web without downloading the games to their devices.

Facebook vice president of play Jason Rubin said Thursday that Facebook’s cloud streaming platform is available “to over 98% of people in …

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Facebook launches its Clubhouse clone and podcast streaming

By: Karissa Bell

Facebook is launching its social audio features. The company is rolling out its Clubhouse-like audio rooms, as well as a handful of podcasts.

Audio rooms are similar to Clubhouse or Twitter Spaces. Conversations stream live in the app, and room hosts can invite others up to speak with them. In a sign of just how important …

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Will streaming kill broadcast & cable news?

By: Joe Ferullo

The end is near for television news as we know it.

That’s the clear signal coming from an important set of Nielsen company viewership data that seems like good (or at least not-so-bad) news for cable and broadcast — until you take a closer look at the numbers and trends.

The ratings research …

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RIP Netflix On Nintendo Consoles

By: Zack Zwiezen

On June 30, Nintendo quietly pulled the plug on the Wii U and 3DS Netflix apps. Not only does this mean anybody still using these older consoles to watch Netflix are now screwed, but it also officially means that in the year 2021 there is no way to watch Netflix on a Nintendo …

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Steven Spielberg’s production company signs a deal with Netflix

By: Frank Pallotta

Steven Spielberg is partnering with Netflix. Getting Hollywood’s premiere director represents a major coup for the streaming service.

Amblin Partners, the film and TV production studio led by the blockbuster director, announced a partnership with the streaming company Monday that will include multiple new feature films per year for the service, according to …

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Tubi Will Become a Billion-Dollar Business: Fox’s Lachlan Murdoch Says

By: Jon Lafayette

Tubi, the streaming service acquired last year by Fox for $440 million, will grow to be a billion dollar business, according to Fox CEO Lachlan Murdoch.

Speaking on Fox’s fiscal second-quarter earnings call Tuesday, Murdoch called Tubi “an exciting growth engine for the company and a key strategic platform not only for …

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A new YouTube feature will make its connected TV ads more shoppable

By: Sarah Perez

YouTube today gave advertisers a sneak peek at its plans to make its video platform more shoppable. The company will soon be introducing a new interactive feature aimed at advertisers, called brand extensions, which will allow YouTube viewers to learn more about a product they see on the screen with a click …

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YouTube Shorts

Building YouTube Shorts, a new way to watch & create on YouTube.

By: Chris Jaffe

YouTube has always been a place to be entertained — from your favorite dance trends, like Evolution of Dance, Roller Skate Dances, or the Jerusalema Challenge — to highly replayable short videos, like Charlie Bit My Finger, Good morning yall or even Lockdown Trick Shots. Over the …

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Top Three Benefits of Youtube

Top Three Benefits of Youtube

YouTube has dozens of benefits for businesses, including these top three (in no specific order), which we consider to be the most significant.

First, YouTube drives traffic to your website. The content you are creating is original and creative and when viewers search for anything related to your business—they …

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