This piece was originally published on The Indiependent She’s met President Obama and been featured in WIRED magazine, but who is Kate Reed and how does her work fuse man, machine and nature? As we all know, technology influences our behaviour and actions nearly every second of the day. Many believe that because of Moore’s … Continue reading Meet Kate Reed: the 22-Year-Old Designer Creating Biomimetic Wearable Computers
Warner Bros. deal with Cinelytic could change the future of cinema In Q3 2019 Warner Bros. revenues were $3.3 billion, down 10.4% YOY due to declines in theatrical and television revenues. The AT&T Q3 2019 Investor Briefing suggested this decrease was primarily due to a mix of releases, as the same quarter the year before included The Meg, The … Continue reading Could Machine Learning Guarantee Box Office Success?
If you want to stand out as a writer, you should learn too I have an English Literature degree from Oxford University, and I am an NCTJ-accredited journalist. I am a fundamentally word-oriented individual, and it’s fair to say that maths bamboozles me. And yet, I am teaching myself to code using the excellent online tutorials … Continue reading I Suck At Maths But I’m Learning To Code
Around 55,000 children have a gambling problem in the UK — it’s time the games industry started acting The UK’s National Health Service (NHS) Mental Health Director, Claire Murdoch, has spoken out against the use of loot boxes in video games aimed at children. What is a loot box? A loot box is a virtual … Continue reading NHS Mental Health Director calls for clampdown on gaming loot boxes
Is the streaming service barking mad? Spotify has given users a tool that allows them to make a playlist based on answers to a few questions about their pet(s). First, you have to input your type of pet, before using sliders to add specific details about their personality. You then upload a photo and add … Continue reading Spotify Launches Personalised Playlists For Pets
This clever use of AI serves as a great writing prompt Artificial intelligence could transform the way writers think about character workshopping. If you’ve ever used a random name generator to give you inspiration for a character name, then you should consider using an AI-powered photo generator such as thispersondoesnotexist.com as a character-writing exercise. Writing Prompt … Continue reading Could Artificial Intelligence Help You Write Better Characters?
Even though he really wants one Published with OneZero on Medium When my partner asked for an Alexa device for Christmas, I refused to buy him one. I explained that while I ordinarily would welcome suggestions of what to get him, this year I would be ignoring his less-than-subtle hints about smart speakers, and he … Continue reading I Will Never Buy My Partner an Alexa
Simple tips to make sure people don’t scroll right past Planning is a vitally important stage of creating an advertisement. To launch a successful ad campaign, you need to know who your target audience is. The ad you produce needs to be tailored towards the needs and motivations of this select group of individuals. You need … Continue reading How To Create the Perfect Mobile Ad
But now journalists must lobby Facebook to follow suit On Wednesday, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey announced that the social media platform will no longer accept cash for political or advocacy advertising. The specifics of the policy will be published by Twitter on 15 November, and will be effective from 22 November. It’s a significant move … Continue reading Twitter Takes Accountability for Its Role in Maintaining Democracy
The streaming service has launched a Spotify Kids app that could takeover the role of Mum or Dad Kids whose parents have the Spotify Premium Family Plan are able to beta test a new Spotify Kids app from today. The service will initially be available in Ireland, but will be rolled out to all markets … Continue reading Spotify Wants to Read Your Child Their Bedtime Story