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Wednesday September 28, 2022. 06:32 PM
Cassie, a robot that looks disturbingly like a person without an upper body, ran 100 meters in 24.73 seconds at the Whyte Track and Field Center in Corvallis, Oregon yesterday, breaking the Guinness World Record for the fastest 100 meters by a bipedal robot. — Read the rest
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Someone going by 'Thrax' claims responsibility for 'incredibly easy' breach Apple News shut down Fast Company's news channel after 'an incredibly offensive alert' was sent to subscribers following a hack of the business publication on Tuesday evening.…
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A Florida CEO of a company located in Clearwater, which declared a state of emergency Tuesday due to Hurricane Ian, asked employees to show up at the office and keep working. 'Obviously you feeling safe and comfortable is of the utmost importance, but I honestly want to...
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Analyst says challenges remain in attracting partners to roll out products Oracle's NetSuite has kicked off its Las Vegas conference with a smorgasbord of news aimed at accounts payable, warehouse management, and people management.…
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It took me a while to figure out which person was wearing the high heels in this photo. I'm glad I'm not the only one who was confused. @laughswithsel #greenscreen #jokes #laughs #canadiangirl #memes #humour #funny #funnyvideos #confusing #mindgames ♬ original sound –...
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Unnecessary meetings are a $100 million mistake at big companies, according to a new survey that shows workers probably don't need to be in nearly a third of the appointments they attend. From a report: The survey, conducted over the summer by Steven Rogelberg, a professor...
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Artificial Intelligence (AI) remains hard to define. When it comes to a definition of 'intelligence', context is vital and it starts with what we want the AI system to do. It is specific to the application. For example, intelligence for a search engine shouldn’t be the...
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The social media platform’s process for moderating spam, including bots, has been mired in secrecy—until now.
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IT production environments are an essential part of any modern business organization. Today, it’s virtually impossible for an enterprise to function effectively without a defined set of IT solutions. The amount of data managed and needed to run business is growing...
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Andor's fourth installment continues the series' fantastic beat of showing the dark side of the Star Wars universe. What does 'Mon' mean in Star Wars? Andor episode four puts Mon Mothma center stage. Not a people like the Mon Calamari, or a planet like Mon Cala, Mon Mothma...
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Along with revealing authors, IARPA also wants bot to disguise scribes The US intelligence community has launched a program to develop artificial intelligence that can determine authorship of anonymous writing while also disguising an author's identity by subtly altering...
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The announcers in this NFC championship football game didn't know whether to focus on the players on the field or the bizarre incident in the stands, where a man in a burning snowman suit was wildly running through the crowd. You can watch the video here. — Read the rest
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Because there isn't enough scandal in the chess world right now, grandmaster Ilya Smirin uttered sexist remarks while commentating the FIDE Womens' Grand Prix on Tuesday—among them an admission he thinks chess is 'maybe not for women'—and was promptly fired. — Read the re
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An anonymous reader shares a report:Since the research lab OpenAI debuted the latest version of DALL-E in April, the AI has dazzled the public, attracting digital artists, graphic designers, early adopters, and anyone in search of online distraction. The ability to create...
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US campaign group forms as customers complain of lock-in, unclear terms, problems using wares in cloud Campaign group the Coalition for Fair Software Licensing (CFSL) has launched in the US to tackle the 'restrictive terms' and anticompetitive business practices that...
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Life can be hectic, which is why so much of our day-to-day activities have shifted to online services. But, one thing that's been difficult to move to the online world is keeping track of your health. While you used to have to account for all the time you'd sit in traffic on ...
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With inflation rising, you might need to finally sell your massive collection of Garfield items. Fortunately, you can refer to this 2012 video created by Cathy and Robert Kothe who apparently have the largest Garfield collection in the world. From the Kothes' website,...
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Rarer than a four-leaf clover, a turtle watch volunteer in Thailand found a two-headed hatchling. Even more unusual, they were still alive. 'We encounter this very rarely. This is my first time encountering a two-headed turtle that is still alive,' said a member of Lang...
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Intel’s Arc graphics cards are finally here, or at least they will be in a bit. The company announced that its flagship model, the $329 Arc A770, will be hitting the market next month, quite a while after the low-end A380 made it over here from China. But if even $140 for a...
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Apple has removed the iOS apps belonging to VK, the technology conglomerate behind Russia's version of Facebook called VKontakte, from its App Store globally. From a report: In a translated statement on its website, VK said that its apps 'are blocked by Apple' but that it...
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