‘Ted Lasso’ Star Brett Goldstein Responds to Online Theory That He’s CGI

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The man you see above is named Brett Goldstein, British actor, writer, and comedian. He’s appeared in numerous films and television shows in the United Kingdom, and he’s gotten a major boost in profile from his work on Apple’s Ted Lasso, where he plays lovably gruff football star Roy Kent. Goldstein is also a member of the Ted Lasso writing staff; in fact, he wrote last week’s episode, “The Signal.” Or did he? According to one of the stranger conspiracy theories spreading on the internet this summer — and that’s really saying something — Goldstein is not a real person at all. Instead, he is a … Read More “‘Ted Lasso’ Star Brett Goldstein Responds to Online Theory That He’s CGI”

Newly launched Black Film Archive provides history and context to more than 200 Black films made from 1915-1979 and currently streaming

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If you saw the most recent incarnation of “Candyman” from director Nia DaCosta — all of it shot in Chicago, some of which takes place amid the remaining Cabrini row houses — you might be compelled to go back and compare how other films have captured the same neighborhood. Namely 1975′s “Cooley High,” about a group of Black teenagers in the ‘60s, bonded by camaraderie, good times and (by the film’s end) rising tensions as they stare down the final weeks of their senior year of high school. The script is from “Good Times” and “What’s Happening!!” creator Eric Monte, and the story is loosely auto… Read More “Newly launched Black Film Archive provides history and context to more than 200 Black films made from 1915-1979 and currently streaming”

Miami Dolphins Affirm Belief In Tua Tagovailoa

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The Miami Dolphins have recently been rumored to be involved in a trade for Houston Texans star quarterback Deshaun Watson. On Monday, head coach Brian Flores attempted to change the narrative. During a team meeting, Flores told his players and staff that Tua Tagovailoa is “our quarterback” in a brief but poignant message, sources told ESPN. Flores was not overly expansive in his comments, and he didn’t get into any specifics with the team as it pertains to the background of its involvement in talks with the Texans for Watson. Instead, less than two weeks before the start of the season, Flores… Read More “Miami Dolphins Affirm Belief In Tua Tagovailoa”

Singapore’s Aicadium acquires BasisAI for global AI ambitions

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By Celine Chen SINGAPORE, NNA – Launched only over two weeks ago, Aicadium, a global technology company founded by Singapore’s Temasek Holdings Ltd, has acquired BasisAI, a local artificial intelligence startup that it has backed. Known as a provider of scalable and responsible artificial intelligence (AI) solutions to some global companies, BasisAI has merged with Aicadium in a deal of undisclosed amount. The enlarged Aicadium will expand operations to serve a global enterprise customer base as the global AI market is poised to jump from $29.86 billion in 2020 to $299.64 billion by 2026 at a … Read More “Singapore’s Aicadium acquires BasisAI for global AI ambitions”

Steve Hummer: ‘Patty Ice’ Cantlay emerges as man to catch at Tour Championship

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The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

ATLANTA — First thing to know about Patrick Cantlay, your Tour Championship front-runner at East Lake this week, is that he is a man of the people. This year, the PGA Tour began something called the Player Impact Program (PIP), in which the top 10 most popular players (ranked in terms of various social media, internet search and branding metrics) would get a share of a $40 million bonus. Because if there is one thing popular professional golfers need, it’s more money. Cantlay’s not likely to cash in on any kind of popularity contest. After all, he seems to go into an emotional deep freeze on t… Read More “Steve Hummer: ‘Patty Ice’ Cantlay emerges as man to catch at Tour Championship”