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AI training and social network content moderation services bring TaskUs a $250 million windfall

TaskUs, the business process outsourcing service that moderates content, annotates information and handles back office customer support for some of the world’s largest tech companies, has raised $ 250 million in an investment from funds managed by the New York-based private equity giant, Blackstone Group. It’s been ten years since TaskUs was founded with a $ 20,000 investment from its two ...

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Television content creation in China

Hugh Harsono Contributor Hugh Harsono is a former financial analyst currently serving as a U.S. Army Officer. More posts by this contributor Bank-based blockchain projects are going to transform the financial services industry How two countries helped drive the recent rise in cryptocurrency prices Content creation has seen immense growth in recent years, with a shift in focus from mainstream ...

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Television content creation in China

Hugh Harsono Contributor Hugh Harsono is a former financial analyst currently serving as a U.S. Army Officer. More posts by this contributor Bank-based blockchain projects are going to transform the financial services industry How two countries helped drive the recent rise in cryptocurrency prices Content creation has seen immense growth in recent years, with a shift in focus from mainstream ...

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Television content creation in China

Hugh Harsono Contributor Hugh Harsono is a former financial analyst currently serving as a U.S. Army Officer. More posts by this contributor Bank-based blockchain projects are going to transform the financial services industry How two countries helped drive the recent rise in cryptocurrency prices Content creation has seen immense growth in recent years, with a shift in focus from mainstream ...

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Television content creation in China

Hugh Harsono Contributor Hugh Harsono is a former financial analyst currently serving as a U.S. Army Officer. More posts by this contributor Bank-based blockchain projects are going to transform the financial services industry How two countries helped drive the recent rise in cryptocurrency prices Content creation has seen immense growth in recent years, with a shift in focus from mainstream ...

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Facebook tests ‘subscription Groups’ that charge for exclusive content

Facebook is starting to let Group admins charge $ 4.99 to $ 29.99 per month for access to special sub-Groups full of exclusive posts. A hand-picked array of parenting, cooking and “organize my home” Groups will be the first to get the chance to spawn a subscription Group open to their members. During the test, Facebook won’t be taking a cut, ...

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Apple and Oprah sign a multi-year partnership on original content

Apple announced today a multi-year content partnership with Oprah Winfrey to produce programs for the tech company’s upcoming video-streaming service. Apple didn’t provide any specific details as to what sort of projects Winfrey would be involved in, but there will be more than one it seems. Apple shared the news of its deal with Winfrey in a brief statement on ...

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Buffalo Wild Wings on Ambien? Company’s Twitter account hacked with racist content

Buffalo Wild Wings has become the latest outlet to fall foul of hackers on Twitter. The sports bar chain’s account was attacked by someone who sent a barrage of racist and inappropriate tweets about child abuse and ejaculation. The breach occurred on Friday night. The unknown hackers sent several tweets in a short period to the account’s 700,000 followers. The ...

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The Obamas team up with Netflix to pump out content

Barack and Michelle Obama have joined forces with Netflix, entering into a multi-year contract to produce films and series with one of the world’s biggest entertainment-on-demand services. The Obamas will use their own company, Higher Ground Productions, to produce “scripted series, unscripted series, docu-series, documentaries and features” on issues that the former president pushed during his eight years in office, ...

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Gfycat starts rolling out 360 degree GIF content

GIFs offer a way to compress a ton of information into a small amount of space, and while Gfycat has positioned itself as more of a short-form video centric platform, it’s going to take a step further to see what a step beyond a standard GIF looks like. The company today said it would be rolling out 360 degree GIF-like ...

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