Étiquette : statistics (Page 2 of 4)

“We’re committed to making Facebook a place that’s open and authentic, while safeguarding people’s private data and keeping our platform safe for everyone. We publish regular reports to give our community visibility into how we enforce policies, respond to data requests and protect intellectual property, while monitoring dynamics that limit access to Facebook products”.

Source : Transparency

“Teens’ preference for face-to-face communication with friends has declined substantially, and their perception of social media’s interference with personal interactions has increased”.

via Common Sense

Facebook - Fake

«In its first quarterly Community Standards Enforcement Report, Facebook said the overwhelming majority of moderation action was against spam posts and fake accounts: it took action on 837m pieces of spam, and shut down a further 583m fake accounts on the site in the three months. But Facebook also moderated 2.5m pieces of hate speech, 1.9m pieces of terrorist propaganda, 3.4m pieces of graphic violence and 21m pieces of content featuring adult nudity and sexual activity».

Source : Facebook closed 583m fake accounts in first three months of 2018 | Technology | The Guardian

«Jusqu’à mardi dernier, l’iPhone X était un smartphone en sursis, un échec ambulant. Les analystes lui promettaient mille morts, mille descentes aux enfers. La lente agonie du produit raté qu’on attendait au firmament.Puis Apple a annoncé ses résultats financiers et le flop est devenu une bête de compétition, un tueur de marché, l’alpha dominant. Selon Apple, il a en effet survolé les ventes hebdomadaires de tout le premier trimestre 2018. Mieux, il est non seulement l’iPhone le plus vendu… mais aussi le smartphone le plus vendu».

Source : Apple écrase le marché des smartphones… mais c’est un triomphe en demi-teinte

«You can’t kill email. Attempting to do so is a decades-long tradition of the tech industry, a cliché right up there with « Uber, but for » and « the Netflix of X. » AOL Instant Messenger tried to kill email. So did MySpace. Then Facebook took up the mantle, followed by Slack and Symphony and WhatsApp and HipChat. Through it all, email persists—always dying, never dead. Except email isn’t dying. There are 3.7 billion users worldwide who collectively send 269 billion emails every day, according to a report by the Radicati Group. Email is bigger than Facebook».

Source : Email Is Broken. Can Anyone Fix It? | WIRED

Differential privacy and Emoji

«The differential privacy technology used by Apple is rooted in the idea that statistical noise that is slightly biased can mask a user’s individual data before it is shared with Apple. If many people are submitting the same data, the noise that has been added can average out over large numbers of data points, and Apple can see meaningful information emerge».

Source : Apple Says ‘Face With Tears of Joy’ is Most Popular Emoji in United States Among English Speakers – Mac Rumors


«L’explosion récente de Steam en Chine, associée à la réception positive du jeu et au réservoir démographique sans commune mesure de joueurs a ainsi permis à PUBG de battre de nombreux records et de s’attirer une couverture médiatique exceptionnelle – quitte à occulter que dans de nombreux pays occidentaux, dont la France, il n’est pas le titre le plus pratiqué sur ordinateurs».

Source : Jeux vidéo : « PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds », un phénomène très asiatique

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