YouTube: ‘We don’t take you down the rabbit hole’ (BBC)

BBC: YouTube: ‘We don’t take you down the rabbit hole’. “On Thursday, a BBC report explored how YouTube had helped the Flat Earth conspiracy theory spread. But the company’s new managing director for the UK, Ben McOwen Wilson, said YouTube ‘does the opposite of taking you down the rabbit hole’.”

VICE: Researchers Easily Trick Cylance’s AI-Based Antivirus Into Thinking Malware Is ‘Goodware’

VICE: Researchers Easily Trick Cylance’s AI-Based Antivirus Into Thinking Malware Is ‘Goodware’. “By taking strings from an online gaming program and appending them to malicious files, researchers were able to trick Cylance’s AI-based antivirus engine into thinking programs like WannaCry and other malware are benign.”

Crux: Site records religious sounds, such as bells, birds and U2

Crux: Site records religious sounds, such as bells, birds and U2. “The jaunty sound of a puja bell rings during an offering at the Jain Center of Central Ohio in southern Delaware County. Birds chirp in the background of a Druid ritual at ComFest in downtown Columbus. And the rhythmic harmony made by musicians at St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church performing a U2 song flows during worship at the Dublin Irish Festival. All of these sounds are part of the American Religious Sounds Project, a website and database of audio files from local religious experiences.”

Digital Trends: A.I. cameras could help stomp out wildfires before they become disastrous

Digital Trends: A.I. cameras could help stomp out wildfires before they become disastrous. “This summer marks one year since California’s deadliest and most destructive wildfire season ever. And while not for a second diminishing the devastation caused by that disaster, it’s not an isolated event. Many countries around the world are experiencing unprecedented heat waves, which pose similar fire risks. Could cutting-edge technology help?”

Cayman Compass: Colours Cayman launches ‘Allies’ network

Cayman Compass: Colours Cayman launches ‘Allies’ network. “Rainbow turtles have begun appearing in the doorways of some Cayman Islands businesses. The decals represent efforts by Colours Cayman to identify LGBT-friendly organisations on island and create safe spaces for all residents, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity.”

China Daily: Palace Museum unveils digital products for cultural promotion

China Daily: Palace Museum unveils digital products for cultural promotion. “The Palace Museum has unveiled a number of upgraded and newly developed digital products to promote the rich history and culture it represents. In the museum’s upgraded ‘digital cultural relic storage’, a large number of high-resolution images of cultural relics were added to its database, which already contained detailed information on 1.86 million cultural relics from the museum’s collection.”