Euro 2024 Tech Pushes Football Boundaries, Will These Innovations Redefine The Game?

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) is once more changing the way we do things, this time influencing one of the most popular sports in the World – soccer. In fact, for Euro 2024 in Germany, the sport boasts an impressive array of awe-inspiring technologies, from AI-powered limb tracking to a high-tech ball with an embedded chip. These advancements are expected to empower referees with the tools to make the most accurate decisions ever seen in the tournament. Delving deeper, let’s explore these cutting-edge AI-powered technologies transforming Euro 2024. Video assistant referee (VAR)Euro 2024 embrace… Read More “Euro 2024 Tech Pushes Football Boundaries, Will These Innovations Redefine The Game?”

Bill Gates Pledges To ‘Put In Billions More’ To Propel Terrapower’s Nuclear Initiatives: ‘If We Don’t…Country Will Fall Behind The Demand For Electricity’

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Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates has declared a massive financial infusion into TerraPower’s nuclear projects, signaling a robust commitment to advancing this clean energy source. What Happened: During an appearance on CBS’s “Face the Nation,” Gates detailed his deep financial involvement with TerraPower, a company he backs as the principal investor. “I put in over a billion, and I’ll put in billions more,” he said. Gates emphasized the need for new reactor designs that can seamlessly integrate with renewable energy, providing electricity when demand peaks. He underscored the high initial costs… Read More “Bill Gates Pledges To ‘Put In Billions More’ To Propel Terrapower’s Nuclear Initiatives: ‘If We Don’t…Country Will Fall Behind The Demand For Electricity’”

¿Cómo Se Dice? California Loops In AI To Translate Health Care Information

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Tener gripe, tener gripa, engriparse, agriparse, estar agripado, estar griposo, agarrar la gripe, coger la influenza. In Spanish, there are at least a dozen ways to say someone has the flu — depending on the country. Translating “cardiac arrest” into Spanish is also tricky because “arresto” means getting detained by the police. Likewise, “intoxicado” means you have food poisoning, not that you’re drunk. The examples of how translation could go awry in any language are endless: Words take on new meanings, idioms come and go, and communities adopt slang and dialects for everyday life. Human tran… Read More “¿Cómo Se Dice? California Loops In AI To Translate Health Care Information”

JavaScript needs more money

By Matt Asay There isn’t nearly enough money in open source today. We can complain about venture capitalists distorting open source licensing, wring our hands about sustainability, and fret over how much foundation execs like Mozilla’s make, but the real issue isn’t that we have too much money sloshing around GitHub repositories. It’s that there isn’t more. Much, much more. Think about it for a second. How much does the World depend on open source today? Now make that more personal: How much do you or your employer depend on open source? According to the 2024 Open Source Security and Risk Anal… Read More “JavaScript needs more money”

S&P 500 Index Year-End Target Raised To 5,600 By Goldman Sachs On Strong Tech Earnings And Valuation Expansion

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Goldman Sachs Group has revised its year-end target for the S&P 500 Index to 5,600, up from the previous 5,200. The adjustment is attributed to the robust earnings growth of five major U.S. tech companies and an increased fair value price-to-earnings ratio. What Happened: The revised target reflects a 3.1% increase from the index’s most recent close of 5,431.60, reported Reuters. The brokerage firm anticipates a steady real yield by year-end and strong earnings growth to maintain a 15x P/E for the equal-weight S&P 500 Index. Microsoft Corp (NASDAQ:MSFT), NVIDIA Corp (NASDAQ:NVDA), Google’s par… Read More “S&P 500 Index Year-End Target Raised To 5,600 By Goldman Sachs On Strong Tech Earnings And Valuation Expansion”

Apple could release a seriously thin iPhone 17, claims top leaker

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Apple could be working on a “a significantly skinnier phone” for the iPhone 17. Bloomberg’s trusted Apple leaker Mark Gurman made the claim on his latest instalment of his ‘Power On’ newsletter at the weekend. The report comes before the tech giant has released the iPhone 16, which is expected later this year. He further suggested that future iterations of the MacBook Pro and Apple Watch could be thinner and lighter. Meanwhile, Elon Musk recently vowed to ban iPhones at his companies after the firm announced it would bring rival OpenAI’s ChatGPT to the smartphones. At Apple’s annual developer … Read More “Apple could release a seriously thin iPhone 17, claims top leaker”

‘Nvidia Is Sucking The Oxygen Out Of The Room:’ Wealth Manager Says Stocks With ‘Good Fundamental Execution’ Can Still Decline Because Of AI Stalwart

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Tech rally has predominantly fueled the market upside in the current bull run, and a wealth manager said on Saturday that Nvidia Corp. (NASDAQ:NVDA) in particular has drawn investments out of the other sectors and even the rest of the tech stocks. Nvidia’s Far-reaching Impact: “Nvidia is sucking the oxygen out of the room,” said Lumida Wealth co-founder Ram Ahluwalia in a post on X, formerly Twitter. Sharing a chart of the S&P 500 sector indices, he said every sector is hurting except tech. The financial advisor also traced back the declines in other stocks to Nvidia’s strength. “Your [Lululem… Read More “‘Nvidia Is Sucking The Oxygen Out Of The Room:’ Wealth Manager Says Stocks With ‘Good Fundamental Execution’ Can Still Decline Because Of AI Stalwart”

AI presents ‘maximum risk’ for news companies as trust in the global media dips, study finds

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Artificial intelligence (AI) is posing new challenges to the already struggling news industry, a report published on Monday by the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism found. With mass layoffs, closures, and other cuts due to rising costs and falling advertising revenues, society’s trust in media has dipped to around 40 per cent, according to the survey, with AI increasing suspicions. AI may also steer traffic from news websites and apps, the study said, adding that it could lead to “further uncertainty” about how information environments might look in a few years. Of the nearly 10,00… Read More “AI presents ‘maximum risk’ for news companies as trust in the global media dips, study finds”

Goldman Sachs lifts target predictions for S&P 500 in 2024

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Investment banking giant Goldman Sachs has recently raised the S&P 500 index’s end-of -year target to 5,600 points. This is mainly due to robust earnings advancements seen by some of the biggest tech companies on the US stock market, as well as increased price-to-earnings ratios. The S&P 500 closed at 5,431.60 points on Friday evening. The biggest tech companies driving this growth are Nvidia, Microsoft, Amazon, Google and Meta Platforms, which now make up approximately 25% of the S&P 500’s value. Along with Tesla and Apple, these groups make up the Magnificent Seven tech stocks. In a note sen… Read More “Goldman Sachs lifts target predictions for S&P 500 in 2024”

What Are the 2 Highest-Rated Nasdaq-100 Stocks? The Answer Might Surprise You.

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Barchart (UK)

The Nasdaq-100 Index ($IUXX) set new record highs as recently as June 14, peaking at 19,664 last Friday amid ongoing investor enthusiasm regarding artificial intelligence (AI) stocks. While Nvidia (NVDA) has become a standout growth story, and leads the index with a gain of 166.3% on a YTD basis, Big Tech names like Apple (AAPL) and Broadcom (AVGO) helped spark the latest leg higher in the Nasdaq-100’s record-setting uptrend. But while the index might be best known for its tech-heavy slant, there’s much more to the Nasdaq-100 than just AI stocks. Technically, it’s a collection of the 100 large… Read More “What Are the 2 Highest-Rated Nasdaq-100 Stocks? The Answer Might Surprise You.”