Facebook removed post by ex-manager who said site ‘failed’ black people

In interview, Mark S Luckie describes irony of letter’s removal for violating ‘community standards’ before it was reinstated

Facebook removed a post from a former employee who accused the company of “failing its black employees and its black users”, saying the memo about racial discrimination violated its “community standards”.

Mark S Luckie, who recently stepped down as strategic partner manager, published the piece on Facebook last week detailing his experiences as a black employee at a tech corporation that largely excludes African Americans, saying the company has also unfairly censored black people on the platform.

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How different music streaming platforms use AI

The music industry continues to integrate new technologies and streaming music services are no exception. The collective goal is to make further progress in the customization of music, achieved largely by some platforms thanks to the implementation of artificial intelligence.

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The RX 590 is a solid mid-range GPU, but won’t move the needle for AMD

AMD’s latest entry in the RX 500-series hopes to steal the spotlight back from away from Nvidia, at least when it comes to mid-range budgets. While RX 590 is the most powerful graphics card you can get for under $300, it won’t win over many Nvidia fans.

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Five tech startups to watch out for in 2019

The TechCrunch Disrupt 2018 conference took place in Berlin last week and AndroidPIT was there to catch up with some of the latest tech startups to find out what they are working on. Here are our top 5 to look out for in 2019!

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