Facebook’s A.I. chatbots came up with their own way of communicating – by accident. The Atlantic recently reported on a fascinating line buried within a report released by Facebook’s Artificial
Charles Lee Mudd Jr. will be participating in a panel called “The Social Media Takeover” for The Masters Conference on May 23rd from 8:30AM – 9:30AM in Chicago, Illinois. The
This week Facebook and Snapchat both made announcements about exciting new augmented reality technology. Most people may be familiar with augmented reality when they think about playing Pokémon Go, as the game
Internet users interested in 360-degree video content should be pleased to learn that Facebook now supports live streaming in the exciting new media format. According to Techcrunch, users just need to
Following the successful launch of safety features that allow friends to help each other and check in during a crisis, Facebook has announced a new tool to help prevent suicide.
Twitter has announced three new changes to its service designed to make it a safe place for its users. The first of these changes is aimed at stopping the creation of new
NASA meets Bennu! Learn how @NASA will learn about the asteoid #Bennu!. https://www.space.com/osiris-rex-asteroid-bennu-sample-collection-explained
Observatories allow scientists to conduct important planetary research, and we must ensure their survival amidst natural disasters such as the deadly wildfires in California. We stand with @LickObservatory and hope that it makes a quick recovery!
This year's Small Satellite Conference begins today! On Wednesday 8/5, Mudd Law will present a side meeting on the future of space debris mitigation under upcoming FCC guidelines. 🛰️Will you be tuning in?
Register for free at https://smallsat.org/conference/registration