Facebook Tackles Offensive Memes & India Now Has World's Largest Mobile Experience Centre: 4 Things to Know Today

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1. Offensive memes on Facebook got you worried? Zuckerberg has got a solution. The social media giant has built an AI system called Rosetta to identify and extract derogatory text in images and videos posted on the platform.

2. India becomes home to world’s largest mobile experience centre. Samsung has opened an experience centre in Bengaluru’s Opera House to showcase transformative technologies to customers.

3. India might have more demi-billionaires than France, Russia and the UK soon. The Wealth Report by Knight Frank has predicted that Indians worth more than USD 500 million will increase by 2022.

4. Using Amazon Pay for payments? Beware! According to reports, Amazon might share your payment details with the government authorities as mentioned in its privacy policy.

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