Is There Racial Bias In Twitter’s Image Previews?
Posted: September 21 2020 @ 17:01 PM | From: www.adweek.com | Author: Patrick Kulp
Over the weekend, Twitter users began to notice something potentially prejudiced about the way the social network's algorithm crops photos for thumbnails: Post an image containing two headshots--one of a person of color and one of a white person--and the automatic feature seems more likely to zoom in on the latter in the image preview....
Today Posted: October 31 2020 @ 9:45 | From: www.adsoftheworld.com
To kick-off National Cat Day, SHEBA launched their #4AMStories campaign in solidarity with cat owners everywhere who know what it’s like to get woken up in the early morning hours by their feline friends. All cat parents have to cope with that 4AM feline alarm clock at some... Read more
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A Serviceplan Beijing campaign designed to launch Budweiser’s new product ME3 has gone viral in China, making a social buzz within the generation Z target audience. Serviceplan Beijing created digital videos, social media poste... Read more
Today Posted: October 31 2020 @ 9:18 | From: feeds.feedburner.com
As the UK prepares to enter one of the most uncertain Christmases of recent times, John Lewis and Waitrose will aim to harness the spirit and thoughtfulness of the Covid 19 pandemic and create an outpouring of kindness to help Britain's struggling families. Motivated by the plight of so many who ha... Read more