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Twitter To Label Political Ads, China Fights Pollution, Meet Shelley

Richard Bradbury | Jeff Sandhu | Majidah Hashim

25-Oct-17 12:00

Twitter To Label Political Ads, China Fights Pollution, Meet Shelley

On today’s edition of Enterprise Biz Bytes, Richard Bradbury, Jeff Sandhu and Majidah Hashim spoke about:



1:01 - These Sustainably Produced Cleaning Wipes Herald A Manufacturing Revolution

5:30 - Meet Shelley, The AI Horror Writer That Collaborates With Humans To Create Hair-raising Tales

10:40 - Twitter Will Now Label Political Ads, Including Who Bought Them And How Much They Are Spending.

19:19 - Is China Building A Voice Database To Identify Its Citizens?

26:57 - China Just Shut Down Thousands Of Factories To Fight Pollution

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