Here are today’s top trending news from the world of technology….
Virgin Hyperloop transports First-ever Human Passenger
This is a news that we’ve all been probably waiting to hear. Virgin Hyperloop has probably become the first hyperloop company to transport human passengers through its ultra-fast transportation system. The company conducted a successful trail in the outskirts of Les Vegas, Nevada. Virgin Hyperloop’s Chief technology officer Josh Giegel and head of passage experience Sara Luchian were the two passengers who took part in this historic trip. Conceptualized with the aim of revolutionizing transporting humans at a breathtaking speed, Hyperloop has become talk of the town over the past few years. In this respect, Virgin Hyperloop’s latest feet is being hailed as a milestone.
Netflix is testing a new channel in France but it is not a streaming channel
Streaming giant Netflix is testing a new channel in France, which will technically propel Netflix beyond its core streaming business. This new channel is called Netflix Direct and will be operating in linear content format. It simply means that this new channel will be doing pretty much the same thing that normal broadcasting and cable channels do. Although this is a trail operation that is currently restricted to France, Netflix’s interest in broadcasting space is likely to generate humongous interest among its subscribers.
After losing election, Trump will soon lose his Twitter privileges
With Donald Trump now almost becoming an ex-US President, Twitter has announced that his Twitter account will soon lose the special privileges. The Micro-blogging giant has said that from January next year, Trump’s Twitter account will be subjected to same rules & regulations that are applied on any other user. This would include bans for promoting violence and posting false information.
Artificial Intelligence may become a successful pollster in future
Companies that have relied on artificial intelligence and machine learning for predicting the just concluded US election have found to be more accurate in their prediction. On the contrary, companies that had used traditional methods have been found somewhat inaccurate in predicting the close battle between Trump and Biden. This has potentially opened the path for AI and ML to infiltrate in the business of predicting of election results…To find more click here…