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Latest News 2020: Machine Learning in Communication Market by Coronavirus-COVID19 Impact Analysis With Top Manufacturers Analysis | Top Players: Amazon, IBM, Microsoft, Google, Nextiva, etc.

The latest Machine Learning in Communication market report estimates the opportunities and current market scenario, providing insights and updates about the corresponding segments involved in the global Machine Learning in Communication market for the forecast period of 2020-2026. The report provides detailed assessment of key market dynamics and comprehensive information about the structure of the Machine Learning in Communication industry. This market study contains exclusive insights into how the global Machine Learning in Communication market is predicted to grow during the forecast period.

The primary objective of the Machine Learning in Communication market report is to provide insights regarding opportunities

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How The Epoch Times Created a Giant Influence Machine

In a statement, The Epoch Times said it had “no business relationship” with America Daily.

Many of the Facebook pages operated by The Epoch Times and its affiliates followed a similar trajectory. They began by posting viral videos and uplifting news articles aggregated from other sites. They grew quickly, sometimes adding hundreds of thousands of followers a week. Then, they were used to steer people to buy Epoch Times subscriptions and promote more partisan content.

Several of the pages gained significant followings “seemingly overnight,” said Renee DiResta, a disinformation researcher with the Stanford Internet Observatory. Many posts were shared thousands

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Corporate execs are being more upbeat

Would you talk differently if you knew a machine was listening to you and grading you based on what you were saying, or based on whether you were using positive or negative words, or even if the sound of your voice was optimistic or pessimistic?

Apparently, Wall Street executives are talking differently. They are trying to game machine algorithms on earnings calls.

You’ve heard of George Carlin’s “7 words you can’t say on TV?” We may now have “words you can’t say on an earnings report.”

A recent study found that executives on earnings calls are increasingly avoiding using negative

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Nudges combined with machine learning triples advanced care conversations among patients with cancer

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An electronic nudge to clinicians—triggered by an algorithm that used machine learning methods to flag patients with cancer who would most benefit from a conversation around end-of-life goals—tripled the rate of those discussions, according to a new prospective, randomized study of nearly 15,000 patients from Penn Medicine and published today in JAMA Oncology.

Early and frequent conversations with patients suffering from serious illness, particularly cancer, have been shown to increase satisfaction, quality of life, and care that’s consistent with their values and goals. However, today many do not get the opportunity to have those discussions

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Machine learning helps to predict new violence hot spots

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Violence reduction strategies, which have traditionally focused on pubs and nightclubs, need to be broadened to include places where alcohol is not served if they are to be effective, a new study has suggested.

Researchers from Cardiff University’s Violence Research Group gathered data from 10 city centers across England and Wales and used machine learning to map the distribution of reported incidents of violent crime against alcohol outlets and, crucially, locations where alcohol is not sold.

When they compared their analysis to a model mapping only places where alcohol is sold, the researchers discovered their new

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