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The Loebner Prize, one of the few real-life Turing Tests, comes to Swansea this weekend. Details...Facebook removes altered Conservative advertisement
The Tories "misused" the platform when they changed the headline on a BBC News story, the company says. Details...Instagram fact-check: Can a new flagging tool stop fake news?
Users can now flag false Instagram content to fact-checkers but experts believe there is more to do to fight disinformation. Details...YouTube advertises big brands alongside fake cancer cure videos
The video site's algorithm promotes medical misinformation in a number of languages, the BBC finds. Details...Instagram apologises after censoring London fishmonger
A video of the shop display, showing dead fish, was flagged as containing offensive material. Details...PewDiePie cancels $50,000 donation to anti-hate group: 'I messed up'
The YouTuber says he chose to donate to the Anti Defamation League because he was advised to. Details...Google to remind staff they can complain about work
Workers at the search giant are being reminded about their rights to complain and protest about conditions. Details...'Ban kids from loot box gambling in games'
In-game spending should be regulated by gambling laws and loot boxes banned for children, they say. Details...Climate change: Arctic glaciers 'shrinking by 300m each year'
Scottish scientists find that glaciers west of Svalbard are retreating by up to 300m a year. Details...Huawei chief offers to share 5G know-how for a fee
Ren Zhengfei offers to share its 5G know-how with a Western firm in return for a one-off fee. Details...Colour-changing ink allows objects to swap designs
BBC Click's Nick Kwek looks at some of the week's best technology stories. Details...How virtual reality is helping people with dementia
Virtual reality is being used to help people with dementia revisit their past. Details...How tiny satellites could transform weather forecasting
CubeSats can provide a more affordable alternative to conventional satellites. Details...iPhone 11 Pro: Hands-on with Apple's new devices
The BBC's Dave Lee tries out a slow-motion selfie on the iPhone 11. Details...What happens if you fall asleep in a self-driving car?
If you fall asleep in a self-driving car, it will try to wake you - then stop, which could be in the fast lane. Thatcham Research wants regulation to prevent this danger. Details...Fake cancer cures: Debunking myths found in videos on YouTube
Professor Justin Stebbing, a cancer expert at Imperial College London, debunks some of the unproven “cures” for cancer. Details...Little Mix's Jesy Nelson doc: Online bullying and what to do about it
What can you do if you're being cyber-bullied? Hannah Adams, from Jesy Nelson's new doc, tells us. Details...Why your smart meter may not be so smart after all
Nearly a third of all energy companies fitting smart meters are still installing old technology. Details...High-tech ways to keep employees happy
Companies offer gym deals and cycle schemes - but how do they know if these are what staff want? Details...iPhone 11: Will Apple's latest phones capture India's growing market?
The iPhone 11 is likely to help Apple consolidate in one of the world's only growing smartphone markets. Details...The bizarre fabrics that fashion is betting on
Amid a growing backlash against fast fashion, firms are looking at new fabrics from mushrooms and pineapples. Details...Apps, AI, & sweeper keepers - big data hits the football big time
How big data arrived in football's big time and why it is changing the sport forever. Details...
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