Today’s top tech news, April 16: YouTube confuses Notre Dame with 9/11 and Byton’s Co-Founder leaves out of boredom

Also, Grab is adopting GrabFood into its app and Monk’s Hill has its first ever female Partner YouTube accidentally fans the flame by sharing 9/11 info on Notre Dame fire livestream — [CNET] While Notre Dame was burning on Monday, YouTube accidentally released a 9/11 related entry from the Encyclopedia Britannica to its live coverage […] The post Today’s top tech news, April 16: YouTube confuses Notre Dame with 9/11 and Byton’s Co-Founder leaves out of boredom appeared first on e27.


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Also, Grab is adopting GrabFood into its app and Monk’s Hill has its first ever female Partner

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YouTube accidentally fans the flame by sharing 9/11 info on Notre Dame fire livestream — [CNET]

While Notre Dame was burning on Monday, YouTube accidentally released a 9/11 related entry from the Encyclopedia Britannica to its live coverage of the tragedy. Netizens were quick to voice their criticism on YouTube’s loose algorithms and the company said that the algorithm, “made the wrong call”....

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