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Tesla’s Autopilot mistakes the Moon for a traffic light | Digital Trends Spanish

The owner of a Tesla noted that the vehicle's autopilot mistook the Moon for the yellow light of a traffic light. The user posted a video on Twitter where the failure during assisted driving is clearly seen. "Hey, Elon Musk, you might want your team to deal with how the Moon tricks the autopilot system," Jordan Nelson wrote on Twitter. "The vehicle believes that the Moon is a yellow traffic light and wanted to continue slowing down," he added. Hey @elonmusk you might want to have your team look into the moon tricking the autopilot system. The car thinks the moon is a yellow traffic light and wanted to keep slowing down. 🤦🏼 @Teslarati @teslaownersSV @TeslaJoy pic.twitter.com/6iPEsLAudD & mdash; Jordan Nelson (@JordanTeslaTech) July 23, 2021 The problem is that, according to the reg...
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Simone Biles: the hard moment of the “emoji gymnast” | Digital Trends Spanish

Everything looked promising for Simone Biles in the days before the start of Tokyo 2020. The American gymnast had been recognized by Twitter with an emoji of her own. The platform had chosen a goat that refers to the acronym GOAT, Greatest Of All Time, and that uses the social network to refer to other great athletes, such as Usain Bolt or Roger Federer. Witness greatnessTweet with greatness#SimoneBiles#Simone pic.twitter.com/M6RKzP3KB6 & mdash; Twitter Sports (@TwitterSports) July 21, 2021 The young woman also appeared as one of the main figures of the Olympic Games, especially considering the four gold medals she achieved in Rio 2016. However, a few days before the start of the competition, the athlete faces a hard time. This Tuesday, July 27, Biles had to leave the artistic gymnas...
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How much top tech companies pay marketers in the US

Tech companies like Facebook, Google, Amazon, Uber, and Airbnb have become top destinations for marketers. Insider analyzed public data to get a sense of what the industry is paying. Google paid a product marketer up to $315,000, for example, while Facebook paid about $222,000 for a similar role. LoadingSomething is loading. ...
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Tesla’s solar division asks employees to scour social media for complaints about both the company and Elon Musk, trying to get customers to delete their posts, former employees say

Tesla Energy has a dedicated team to hunt for complaints on social media, two former employees said. In addition to resolving issues, the team tries to get customers to delete their posts, they said. One former employee said nine people hunted for complaints directed specifically at Elon Musk. LoadingSomething is loading. Tesla's solar-power un...
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US stocks close at record highs as investors cheer blockbuster earnings

Xinhua/Wang Ying/ Getty Images US stocks finished the week strong with all three major indexes closing at records Friday as investors cheered blockbuster tech earnings and looked towards next week's Fed meeting.Shares of Snap soared 23% after the social media app exceeded earnings expectations. Twitter also gained after beating estimates, and Bank of America analysts said the stock could rise another 30% as the social media platform stands to see further growth in advertising sales which have been recovering after the onset of the coronavirus pandemic. The good news lifted tech peers Facebook and Google both by more than 3%. Here's where US indexes stood at the 4:oo pm ET close on Friday:The blank-check company backed by billionaire Thomas Barrack withdrew its application for an ...
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Twitter could rise another 30% as ad spending is set to soar, Bank of America says

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey. PRAKASH SINGH/AFP via Getty Images Twitter stock could rise by almost 30% to $90 per share, according to Bank of America analysts. BofA sees Twitter expanding in its advertising growth which took a hit during the COVID-19 pandemic. BofA reiterated its buy rating on the stock. See more stories on Insider's business page. Twitter stock could rise by about 30% as the social media platform stands to see further growth in advertising sales which have been recovering after the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, Bank of America said Friday. Twitter's own outlook for the third quarter points to optimism about its business prospects, the investment bank said in a research note in which it raised its price objective and reiterated its buy rating on the stock. Th...
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Snap soars 17% after a stunning Q2 earnings beat, while Twitter jumps 5%

Snap CEO Evan Spiegel and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey. Steve Jennings/Getty Images for TechCrunch/Lucas Jackson/Reuters Snap and Twitter's shares rose in pre-market trading on Friday after the social media sites reported second-quarter earnings that beat analyst expectations.Snapchat's parent popped more than 17% after posting a jump in daily active users to 293 million in the quarter, which is about 23% higher than the 238 million daily users reported a year earlier. That beat the 290.3 million expectation of analysts polled by StreetAccount.Revenue for the quarter more than doubled to $982 million, compared to the $846 million expectation of analysts polled by Refinitiv.Snap's net loss shrank 53% to $152 million, compared to its $326 million loss a year ago. Twitter also had...
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Twitter is testing a “dislike” button on iOS | Digital Trends Spanish

Twitter is testing an option that could be somewhat controversial: on iOS, they have added a button type dislike, or "I don't like it." Technically, this is a system of upvotes and downvotes similar to the one used on Reddit. Twitter explained that this is being shown only to some users in the iOS version of the application, and that the negative votes are not public but instead, the positive votes are shown as the traditional ones. likes. Some of you on iOS may see different options to up or down vote on replies. We & # 39; re testing this to understand the types of replies you find relevant in a convo, so we can work on ways to show more of them. Your downvotes aren't public, while your upvotes will be shown as likes. pic.twitter.com/hrBfrKQdcY & mdash; Twitter Support (@TwitterS...
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Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey says bitcoin’s’weird as hell’ community inspires him and reminds him of the internet’s early days

Jack Dorsey cited the "weird as hell" bitcoin community as the reason for his support of the digital currency. The Twitter CEO chatted with Elon Musk Wednesday about all things bitcoin-related. Dorsey said bitcoin's "always evolving" network reminds him of the internet's early days. LoadingSomething is loading. Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey said part...
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Twitter redesigns TweetDeck with additional new features | Digital Trends Spanish

TweetDeck, Twitter's post management tool, has undergone a major renovation by the company. Thus, some additional functions have been incorporated as part of a platform test to design a subscription service. For now, this test has been applied to small groups of users in countries such as the United States, Canada and Australia, who have shared a redesigned version of the TweetDeck manager. TwitterKayvon Beykpour, Product Manager of the platform, explained that this redesign includes additional functions such as a complete tweet composer, advanced search functions, new types of columns and a new way to group them more similar to how it looks in the Twitter application. . We're testing new features in TweetDeck for a small group in the US, Canada and Australia. These include a full Twe...