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Record Fine for Google?
European Union antitrust regulators are likely to hit Google with a fine topping €1 billion for manipulating search results to favor its own comparison shopping service, the Wall Street Journal reports. It would be the largest EU fine to date.
Another Move Against Extremist Content
Meanwhile, in an op-ed piece in the Financial Times, Google laid out four steps it would take to limit extremist content on its platform, including amping up the use of artificial intelligence to recognize extremist and terrorism-related videos.
Making Paper Out of Stone
Bloomberg profiles a Japanese entrepreneur whose company makes paper from limestone. World demand for paper will double by 2030, according to Nobuyoshi Yamasaki, head of the venture. We're not sure what this has to do with digital but paper made from stone seems irresistible.
Cars 3, which opened this weekend, is the first Pixar film to be distributed in 4DX, the motion-based “immersive” film format, reports the Verge. 4DX is one of a handful of formats to amplify the sight/sound experience of movies with physical experience: seats that shake, tilt, and pivot, plus environmental effects like air blasts, scents and sprays of water or fog.
Using data collected from sensors, infrastructure and networked devices, smart-city projects are helping municipalities improve efficiency, boost sustainability and encourage economic development. They are also creating more collaborative environments among cities and their businesses and residents.
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