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Facebook and YouTube use automation to remove extremist videos, sources say
Video-sharing websites are taking down Isis videos and other violent propaganda with technology used to remove copyright-protected material Some of the web’s biggest destinations for watching videos have quietly started using automation to remove extremist content from their sites, according to (...)
[The Guardian]

The Joy of Six: sports video games we wish would make a comeback
From EA Sports’ NCAA Football to the classic Tecmo Bowl, we run down half a dozen classic sports video game console franchises For football nerds, it was a new Star Wars sequel every July. You cleared your datebook for the day it dropped, and by “cleared,” we mean excavated. A night. A week. A (...)
[The Guardian]

Visual cloud computing methods could help first responders in disaster scenarios
Visual data created by numerous security cameras, personal mobile devices and aerial video provide useful data for first responders and law enforcement. That data can be critical in terms of knowing where to send emergency personnel and resources, tracking suspects in man-made disasters, or (...)
[Science daily]

Artificial intelligence directs music video for Saatchis
Artificial intelligence software is used to create a music video for a French band - but the group is not letting the public see it in full.
[BBC]

Artificial intelligence directs music video for Saatchis
Artificial intelligence software is used to create a music video for a French band - but the group is not letting the public see it in full.
[BBC News]

The month in games: battle by upvote
It’s Call of Duty v Battlefield 1 on YouTube, while classic first person shooter Doom has an awkward return Related: God of War, Spider-Man and Resident Evil 7 star in Sony's busy E3 press event Despite the sophistication of their products, video game publishers are just as susceptible as less (...)
[The Guardian]

Democrats stream gun control sit-in on Periscope after Republicans turn TV cameras off
Lawmakers used live-stream video app Periscope and Facebook Live to broadcast their protest over gun control, in what TV network calls ‘a first’ Lawmakers turned to Periscope and Facebook Live to broadcast a sit-in protest in the House of Representatives on Wednesday after the Speaker’s office (...)
[The Guardian]

Tele-psychiatry reaches rural kids in need
Experts estimate that as many as 1 in 5 children in the United States have behavioral health issues. However, of these children, only 20 percent receive mental health services. Now, a study shows that video-based mental health services are bridging the gap by providing care to underserved (...)
[Science daily]

Nintendo reacts to fans' calls for Christina Grimmie to appear in Zelda
Fans of Christina Grimmie are calling for Nintendo to name a character after the murdered Voice star in new Zelda video game.
[BBC News]

Nintendo reacts to fans' calls for Christina Grimmie to appear in Zelda
Fans of Christina Grimmie are calling for Nintendo to name a character after the murdered Voice star in new Zelda video game.
[BBC]

Food, travel, pets and selfies push Instagram to almost 100m posts a day
The photo-sharing platform, which has more than doubled in size over the past two years, now has more than 500 million monthly active users worldwide The revolution will be #filtered: Instagram’s explosive growth is showing no signs of slowing, with close to one hundred million photos and videos (...)
[The Guardian]

Facebook scraps in-video links to other sites
Facebook withdraws video creators' ability to embed links into their clips to direct viewers to their own sites.
[BBC News]

Facebook scraps in-video links to other sites
Facebook withdraws video creators' ability to embed links into their clips to direct viewers to their own sites.
[BBC]

China sales help Warcraft top list of game-based films
Warcraft becomes the highest grossing film based on a video game.
[BBC News]

China sales help Warcraft top list of game-based films
Warcraft becomes the highest grossing film based on a video game.
[BBC]

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