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Elon Musk Says, “Go F*** Yourself” 🤬

Elon Musk annoyed with advertiser blackmail, Google's song search feature, and more...

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  • Elon Musk Tells Advertisers To “Go F*** Yourselves”
  • Daily Trivia: Do You Know Your Stuff?
  • Find Songs You Can’t Remember With Humming
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Elon Tells Advertisers To Go F*** Themselves 😳

Elon Mus, the owner of X [aka Twitter], Tesla, & SpaceX, had a message for Disney CEO Bob Iger and other advertisers who have fled the platform: “Go F*** Yourself”

Musk made these comments during an interview at The New York Times DealBook Summit, where he discussed the advertiser boycott, the potential impact on the company, and his feelings on the boycott.

He specifically called out Iger, who had earlier discussed Disney’s decision to pull its advertising from X.

Elon, like many people, isn’t a fan of being blackmailed with money.

Shortly after the clips went viral, the New York Times removed their own video to likely appease their own advertisers.


 
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Thursday Trivia 📰

What is the name of the technology that allows computers to communicate and share information over long distances?

  • A. Telecommunications
  • B. Network Event
  • C. Data Transmission
  • D. Internet Protocol

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Google Can Find Any Song With Humming

Do you know that song that goes, “da na na na nuh da na na na nuh whouh whouhh”? Or the one that starts with the guitar chords going, “reeee ne na naa”?

Yeah… we all know how frustrating it is when you can’t remember the name of a song but the tune is stuck in your head.

You can’t use Shazam.

You can’t ask ChatGPT.

You can’t search for it on Google… or wait – you can!?

Before all the AI hype, the Google app received an update that allows you to whistle, hum, or sing a melody to Google that then uses machine learning find what you’re looking for.

  1. You tap the mic icon in the search bar.
  2. You tap the “Search a song” button.
  3. You let your best humming/singing while Google does the work.

After you’re finished humming, Google’s algorithm helps identify potential song matches with the most likely options.

Then you can select the best match and explore information on the song and artist, view any accompanying music videos or listen to the song on your favorite music app, find the lyrics, read analysis and even check out other recordings of the song when available.

How does it work?

An easy way to explain it is that a song’s melody is like its fingerprint: They each have their own unique identity. They’ve built machine learning models that can match your hum, whistle or singing to the right “fingerprint.”

When you hum a melody into Search, machine learning models transform the audio into a number-based sequence representing the song’s melody.

Google’s models are trained to identify songs based on a variety of sources, including humans singing, whistling or humming, as well as studio recordings.

The algorithms also take away all the other details, like accompanying instruments and the voice’s timbre and tone, and what you’re left with is the song’s number-based sequence, or the fingerprint.

Finally, they compare these sequences to thousands of songs from around the world and identify potential matches in real time.

So next time you can’t remember the name of some catchy song you heard on the radio or that classic jam your parents love, just start humming. You’ll have your answer in less than a minute.
 

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Correct Answer ✔️

The correct answer was C. Natural language processing (NLP)

C. Natural language processing (NLP)

NLP is a field of AI that deals with the interaction between computers and human language. It is concerned with the ability of computers to understand, interpret, and generate human language.

NLP techniques are used in a wide variety of applications, including machine translation, chatbots, and voice assistants.

 

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