Tag: Disney

Is Disney on Track to Provide Permissioned Internet Access?

The internet is a great place to find all kinds of information and content. Not all of this information is suitable for all ages, which is why Disney wants to try to block certain aspects. Its device and software are designed to ban all porn content while still letting users surf the Internet without any problems.  The Circle Vision for Abolishing Porn One has to keep in mind the vision …
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Researchers Develop AI That Evaluates Quality and Potential Popularity of Short Stories

Researchers have been trying to get artificial intelligence (AI) to understand and generate narratives for years. A big problem in this line of research has now been seemingly solved, as researchers from Disney and the University of Massachusetts at Boston have developed neural networks that can evaluate short stories and predict how popular they could be with a large audience. AI that can Evaluate Short Stories Though this AI can evaluate stories, …
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Disney Lands in Hot Water Over Child Data Collection

Everyone who has used apps from either Google’s Play Store or Apple’s App Store should know that developers and producers are legally required to obtain consent from users. This is why whenever you download a new app there is a pop-up box outlining the things to which the app is requesting access — including your personal data — and a tickbox to confirm that you understand the Terms of Service associated with the app. …
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Disney’s Wireless Power Source Allows Long-Distance Charging

Disney’s newest technology allows users to charge their mobile phones anywhere in a room with a wireless long-distance charging power source. In a research paper entitled “Quasistatic Cavity Resonance for Ubiquitous Wireless Power Transfer” published with the peer-reviewed journal Plos One, Disney researchers including Matthew Chabalko and Alanson Sample introduced an innovative technological concept that could commercialize long-distance wireless charging in the near future. Over the past few years, various …
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