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Monday, 6 November 2017

You will not believe what emoji is the favorite of iPhone users

The emoticons arrived a long time ago and they did it to stay. Apple has revealed that the one who represents the face with tears of joy is the most popular emoji among English speakers in the United States.

The face topped Apple's list of the top 10 emojis , in front of a red heart, face screaming, face of heart, face throwing a kiss, face with blank eyes, skull, smiling face with smiling eyes, tired face and Pensive face

Apple's list of the top 10 emojis is largely consistent with public data available from Emojipedia and EmojiTracker , with the skull as an exception, according to Unicode Subcommittee Vice President Jeremy Burge.

Apple shared the table in a publication recently published in the general description of its differential privacy technology in macOS Sierra and iOS 10 and later, which allows the company to collect and aggregate anonymous data from a large number of users , preserving the privacy of users. individual users.

The differential privacy technology used by Apple is based on the idea that statistical noise that is slightly biased can mask a user's individual data before it is shared with Apple . If many people send the same data, the noise that has been added can average more than a large number of data points, and Apple can see it as a significant emerging information.

Apple says it uses local differential privacy to help protect the privacy of user activity over a certain period of time , while still obtaining information that improves the intelligence and usability of iOS and macOS features, such as:

• Quick suggestions.

• Suggestions of emoji.

• Search tips.

• Safari Domains power drain.

• Safari Autoplay Intent Detection (macOS High Sierra).

• Safari Crashing Domains (iOS 11).

• Use of Health Types (iOS 10.2).

Apple has specifically developed a technique known in the academic world as "local differential privacy".

" Local differential privacy ensures that it is difficult to determine if a particular user contributed to the calculation of an aggregate by adding slightly biased noise to the data that is shared with Apple. But before adding this noise, it is necessary to define a data structure that captures a sketch of the user input with a small number of bits. Apple currently makes use of two specific techniques . "

In iOS, the information that is shared with Apple for the data categories that are protected by differential Privacy can be seen in Settings> Privacy> Analysis> Analysis data , in entries that start with "Differential privacy".

Apple's differential privacy description provides many more technical details about the technology, including information on the Count Min Sketch technique that allows Apple to determine the most popular emojis .

You know, Apple can control our habits through things as innocent as an emoji. Is not something austere? What is your opinion?

Via | macrumors 

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