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A “bat-sense” algorithm that generates images from sounds could be used to catch burglars and monitor patients without using CCTV, the technique’s inventors say. The machine-learning algorithm developed at Glasgow University uses reflected echoes to produce 3D pictures of the surrounding environment. The researchers say smartphones and laptops running the algorithm could detect intruders and monitor care home patients. [Read: 3 new technologies ecommerce brands can use to connect better with customers] Study lead author Dr Alex Turpin said two things set the tech apart from other systems: Firstly, it requires data from just a single input — the microphone or…This story continues at The Next Web

How to Create TikTok Videos the Algorithm Loves

Want more exposure on TikTok? Wondering how to get your TikTok videos onto the For You page? In this article, you’ll discover how to optimize your videos to achieve mass organic exposure on TikTok. To learn how to optimize the structure of your TikTok videos, read the article below for an easy-to-follow walkthrough or watch this […]
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Bumble’s algorithm will now report you for body-shaming

Bumble has stepped up its efforts to provide a safe dating space for users by banning body-shaming on the app. The app will use an algorithm to flag derogatory comments about someone’s appearance. “This includes language that can be deemed fat-phobic, ableist, racist, colorist, homophobic or transphobic,” the company said in a statement. Human moderators will then review the offending account. People who’ve use the language in their profile or on Bumble’s chat function will first receive a warning for their behavior. Repeated incidents or particularly harmful comments will result in a permanent ban. If the derogatory language has slipped through… This story continues at The Next Web

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