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Privacy regulations may increase data sharing by websites, Warwick study shows
Sat, 18th Nov 2023
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Warwick study suggests privacy regulations like GDPR might inadvertently lead to increased data sharing by websites.
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Warwick study reveals sentiment shifts in text rewritten by AI
Fri, 27th Oct 2023
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Warwick Business School study reveals Large Language Models (LLMs) unintentionally neutralise sentiments in original text.
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From fake cures to 5G conspiracies: Fake news explodes during COVID-19 pandemic
Tue, 21st Apr 2020
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Fake news websites can be identified by their video streaming and advertising partners, according to research from Warwick Business School.
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Could robots learn to recognise human emotions? Study says yes.
Fri, 11th Oct 2019
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Robots could learn to recognise human emotions using movements, poses, and facial expressions, according to new research.
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New study uncovers some interesting Google results
Mon, 4th Apr 2016
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Warwick researchers unearth search habits linking birth rates to pregnancy queries and infant mortality to credit searches on Google.
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Is Apple saving mobile payments?
Tue, 9th Feb 2016
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The rise of the sharing economy is driving the use of mobile payments, according to research from Warwick Business School.
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Premier League struggles to clamp down on illegal online highlights
Thu, 21st Aug 2014
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Premier League faces uphill battle to curb illegal online goal sharing, too vast for current copyright laws, experts predict.
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Is Wiki the ticket to predicting the stock market?
Thu, 9th May 2013
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Wikipedia could have been used as early warning signs of stock market movements, according to a new study published today in Scientific Reports.