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Brave offers bold alternative to Search without Bias

Brave is about to give Google Search, Bing, and other browsers a run for their money with the beta release of the company’s new search engine, which will become the default for the Brave browser by the end of the year. The search engine runs off community-curated open ranking models to avoid algorithmic bias and censorship and does not rely on other search engines or providers. It will also allow a community, or a single user, to set their own rules and filters, which the company evocatively calls “Goggles,” to define the space which a search engine can pull results from.

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Ping Identity digital wallet verifies and secures sensitive data

June 29, 2021

The new personal identity solution, PingOne for Individuals, allows consumers to better manage their personal data via a digital wallet. The system allows credit bureaus, universities, pharmacies, and other trusted entities to add verified credentials to a user’s PingOne ShoCard digital wallet via a link or when owners scan a QR code. This keeps sensitive data within the person’s control since it is only stored in the digital wallet.

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Zeta Global and Dun & Bradstreet Offer Combined B2B and B2C Database

June 28, 2021

Zeta Global and Dun & Bradstreet are combining their data to enable business marketers to target business contacts based on consumer data including purchase intent, behaviors, transactions, and location.   Audiences combining D&B business information with Zeta Global consumer data will be sold by both companies, with a special focus on giving small businesses easy access to advanced marketing capabilities.

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Grammarly Raises $200 Million to Help People Write Better

November 24, 2021

If robots wrote the news, would they write about other robots?  I ask because there’s been a suspicious burst of items about AI-powered writing tools, just when live journalists might have set things on autopilot so they could sneak out early for the holiday.  Top of the list: writing-suggestion platform Grammarly just raised $200 million at a $13 billion valuation, doubling total funding to $400 million.

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