Weekend Digital Media Round-Up: Meta Launches New FACET Dataset to Address Cultural Bias in AI Tools, Snapchat Makes New Entry into the World of Generative AI With Its Dreams Feature, Reddit launches AI-powered keyword research tool & More…

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  • September 2, 2023,

1.Meta Launches New FACET Dataset to Address Cultural Bias in AI Tools

Meta launched a new human-labeled dataset of 32k images, which will help to ensure that more types of attributes are recognized and accounted for within AI processes. [Source: Social Media Today]

2. Snapchat Makes New Entry into The World of Generative AI With Its Dreams Feature

Snapchat’s making another foray into generative AI, with a new element called “Dreams” that will enable you to place yourself into imagined dreamscapes. [Source: Digital Information World]

3. Reddit launches AI-powered keyword research tool

Keyword Suggestions is a new feature in Reddit Ads Manager that aims to help advertisers boost the reach and efficiency of campaigns. [Source: Search Engine Land]

4. YouTube’s new feature can identify songs if you hum

YouTube’s new feature improves song-identifying algorithm. It can recognize songs users have hummed, and recorded, to provide results of the music videos and UGC of that song. [Source: Social Samosa]

5. Google Translate Adopts New Face-to-Face Upgrade To Ease Communication Across Borders

The tech giant tests innovative Face-to-Face mode that allows users to take part in seamless chats with family members and strangers from all around the globe. [Source: Digital Information World]

6. YouTube Expands Access to Monetization Features, Adds New Comparative Analytics Options

YouTube will now let thousands more creators access its monetization elements, while it’s also rolling out a new update to channel analytics, in order to help channel managers better contextualize their results. [Source: Social Media Today]

7. Google now blurs explicit imagery in Search results by default

Google is finished rolling out its new SafeSearch feature that blurs explicit imagery, such as violent or sexual photos, by default. The filter is designed to help people protect themselves and their families from inadvertently encountering explicit imagery on Search. [Source: TechCrunch]

8. YouTube Launches New Education-Based Approach to Policy Violations

YouTube has implemented a new approach to its policy enforcement actions, by launching training courses for creators that violate specific platform policies, as opposed to applying a strike to their channel. [Source: Social Media Today]

9. OpenAI launches new ChatGPT version for enterprises and businesses

OpenAI’s new ChatGPT version will provide multiple features like faster responses, better data security, unlimited access to GPT-4, and stronger data analysis to attract enterprises and businesses. [Source: Social Samosa]

10. Meta launches new WhatsApp app for Mac users

Meta Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg has launched a new WhatsApp application for Mac users with a group calling feature which will connect with up to eight people on video calls and 32 people on audio calls. [Source: Economic Times]


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