Clubhouse on Russia-Ukraine war information
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A room on the Clubhouse App, called ‘Ukraine Sitrep’, is helping hundreds of thousands of people - including many Russians - access objective information about the war. We spoke to Nina Gregory from Clubhouse to find out more. Whatsapp may soon stop working for millions of iPhone users. Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg is being personally sued over the Cambridge Analytica data breach scandal. How the technology behind the gene-edited tomatoes could one day help food shortages. The AI-driven system to improve the value of recycling. Plus, how jackdaws use noise to make ‘democratic’ decisions and if you’ve ever fancied time travelling, why it might now be possible via your smartphone. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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