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How Facebook can cut down on fake news without relying on thousands of humans to decide what is true
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This question originally appeared on Quora: What was Steve Jobs wrong about? Answer by Jonathan Brill, Steve Jobs amateur historian, on Quora Every business leader should feel better after learning two
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