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1st Global Events Hub that aggregates the best events worldwide. More than 70 ticketing sites, + Eventbrite, Meetup, Eventful, Facebook and Wordpress. Robby cross a wide scale of categories: Sporting events, Concert, Festivals, Art Expo, Museum, Theatre plays, Business, Meetings or Fooding happenings.
Regulus Email Enrichment is a service, which allows you to supplement client database with company details. The search is made by email address or domain of the company website. Values that are available from the search: Company Name, Industry, Number of Employees (approximate), Annual Revenu (approximate), Year Founded, HQ Country, HQ State, HQ City, HQ Postal Code/zip, Language, Website, Facebook Company Profile, LinkedIn Company Profile, Twitter Company Profile. All data is provided by the public sources and does not violate confidentiality laws.
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Hoaxy visualizes the spread of claims and related fact checking online. A claim may be a fake news article, hoax, rumor, conspiracy theory, satire, or even an accurate report. Anyone can use Hoaxy to explore how claims spread across social media. You can select any matching fact-checking articles to observe how those spread as well.
A better Face detection service! Provides coordinates for all faces detected and associated facial features such as eyes, nose, mouth, skin tone, and hair color. This API also returns several biometric features still in development to include gender, race, and age estimation.
Facebook, Inc. is an American online social media and social networking service company based in Menlo Park, California. It was founded by Mark Zuckerberg, along with fellow Harvard College students and roommates Eduardo Saverin, Andrew McCollum, Dustin Moskovitz and Chris Hughes. The founders initially limited the website's membership to Harvard students and subsequently Columbia, Stanford, and Yale students. Criticized for its role in vaccine hesitancy, Facebook announced in March 2019 that it would provide users with "authoritative information" on the topic of vaccines. Initially, the News Feed caused dissatisfaction among Facebook users; some complained it was too cluttered and full of undesired information, others were concerned that it made it too easy for others to track individual activities (such as relationship status changes, events, and conversations with other users). In March 2019, Facebook confirmed a password compromise of millions of Facebook lite application users, however in April the company further stated that it was not just limited to Facebook but had also affected millions of Instagram users. On August 13, 2019, it was revealed that Facebook had enlisted hundreds of contractors to create and obtain transcripts of the audio messages of users.
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If you are at @NeurIPSConf, visit the PyTorch team at East Exhibition Hall A Booth 509. At 4:45 PM PT today, we’ll be walking through a demo of PyTorch running fast neural style transfer on a Cloud TPU. If you can’t join us in-person, check out: https://t.co/kcacrhoDZb https://t.co/25smCNudUO
Learn more about LIGHT, a new large-scale fantasy text adventure game that enable researchers to study language and actions jointly in a game world. We’ve open-sourced the setup here: https://t.co/O2BBqnN59v. Watch the video research in brief: https://t.co/exwujCZPVU
@AvantisRegtech @facebook We recommend running it through the Facebook Debugger to identify errors and learn what needs to be fixed: https://t.co/ubzpg4u3kw From there, open a support ticket with the Facebook Developers here: https://t.co/Fv9YRLdeLM (this option may not be available for all websites).