Instagram has a new feature to filter out hateful comments. The tool uses a type of artificial intelligence called machine learning. A group of about 20 people is now teaching the program what are considered mean or inappropriate posts. CBS News contributor and Wired editor-in-chief Nicholas Thompson sat down with Instagram co-founder and CEO Kevin Systrom for "CBSN: On Assignment." From CBS This Morning.
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Social videos are formulaic. Follow these five steps Diply’s says you’re sure to succeed on social. From Cheddar.
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On today's special holiday edition of Honorable Mentions, we're looking at the 5 worst social media fails in sports history. Let's reminisce about some of the biggest bonehead Twitter DM slides ever. From The Fumble.
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Business Insider UK spoke to Australian personal trainer Kayla Itsines, who has over 7 million followers on Instagram, about how the platform has helped her boost her online community worldwide. From Business Insider UK.
New York University professor Adam Alter, author of "Irresistible: The Rise of Addictive Technology and the Business of Keeping Us Hooked" explains what happens to your brain when someone likes your post on Instagram or any other social media platform. From Business Insider.
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