For the lyrics, it chose the most common word pairs in past Eurovision songs, such as "my heart" and "the sun" and used these as the basis for the AI to create the lyrics. The team described the results as a "good balance between grammatically correct sentences and room for poetic interpretation". … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: What is the sound of music during a pandemic?
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'They have contacted their team leader who is doing their best to try and sort it, but to be honest from the Government side of things it's a bit of a shambles. I know everything has teething problems, but to be honest I thought they would have been ironed out by the time we went live.' … [Read more...] about Civil liberty campaigners hit out at ‘draconian intrusion of privacy’ after Matt Hancock’s threat to issue fines for people not obeying 14-day test and trace isolation orders
As a further instrument for controlling the media, the government has been implementing an Internet shutdown in parts of the Rakhine and Chin states since mid-2019. In the region, the military repeatedly fights violent battles with the Arakan Army (AA). On May 2, 2020, the internet was reopened in some parts of Rakhine State, but several communities are still cut off from information. The military attributed the blocking of the Internet to the increase in propaganda and inflammatory speech and to the use of the internet by informants of the AA, which endangers the security of the military. … [Read more...] about Press freedom in Myanmar regresses
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