No catch-up learning plan from DepEd

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Philippine Star

BIZLINKS – Rey Gamboa – The Philippine Star January 27, 2022 | 12:00am While ensuring the safety of students and teachers during this pandemic is important, much more attention should be given to addressing learning gaps exacerbated by the new-normal hybrid classes. Other countries are already coming up with new programs recognizing the huge disruptions on learning that occurred, especially during the first year under strict lockdowns. The proposed or ongoing measures can be extreme – like having students repeat the entire academic year or radical like reducing the curriculum to just a few key… Read More “No catch-up learning plan from DepEd”

How AI Will Play An Integral Part In The Metaverse

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ValueWalk

EqualOcean NY team is planning EqualOcean Monthly Webinar Program in 2022 with 12 different themes and the first one will be Industry Projections for the Metaverse in 2022 and Beyond, for which we invited Louis Rosenberg, CEO and Founder of Unanimous AI. Q4 2021 hedge fund letters, conferences and more In the information age, data is treasured as it can help with customer tracking, company growth forecast, generate leads, and many more. However, data is useless without analytics. With the vast amount of data, utilizing the data is an insurmountable task without artificial intelligence. Accordi… Read More “How AI Will Play An Integral Part In The Metaverse”

Here’s How AI Is Changing International Communications

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Grit Daily Newswire

Technology has a long history of erasing all sorts of boundaries in quantum leaps. Firstly, it has made travelling fast and easy. Secondly, it has developed a variety of means of communication that enable humanity to connect and feel close even while being thousands of miles apart. Now tech is ready to tear down the language barrier in the most seamless and convenient way. How is it going to work? Let’s dive deeper into the topic. The Problem with TranslationToday humanity is globalised like never before. We can make friends with people from all over the World, find the love of our lives in fo… Read More “Here’s How AI Is Changing International Communications”

Telecom Italia open to network spinoff as CEO weighs options

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Reuters UK

By Elvira Pollina MILAN (Reuters) -Telecom Italia (TIM) on Wednesday opened the door to a spin-off of its prized infrastructure assets, saying its newly appointed chief executive would explore options to create value for shareholders. Italy’s embattled former phone monopoly will also continue to study a takeover approach by U.S. fund KKR and compare it with possible strategic alternatives. TIM, which is wrestling with shrinking revenues in its hyper-competitive domestic market, on Friday named General Manager Pietro Labriola as CEO https://www.reuters.com/business/media-telecom/kkrs-bid-target… Read More “Telecom Italia open to network spinoff as CEO weighs options”

N.J. public worker pension fund’s growth slowed in 2nd half of 2021

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NJ.com

New Jersey’s pension fund added about $2.3 billion in the first half of the fiscal year, closing out 2021 with a market value of roughly $98 billion, according to a Division of Investment report. That amounted to a 3.66% gain on investments. But that was less than what the fund expects to earn. It fell short of the fund’s benchmark and was more than three percentage points lower than its long-term assumed rate of return. It was a relatively meager gain when compared with the roughly $6.6 billion the fund added during the same period in fiscal year 2021. The pension fund’s 28.63% return that ye… Read More “N.J. public worker pension fund’s growth slowed in 2nd half of 2021”

Goldman Sachs: More Stock Declines Mean Buying Opportunity

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The Street

By Dan Weil Goldman Sachs analysts cite Amazon, Tesla, Starbucks, FedEx, Salesforce, AMD and Chipotle as stocks to consider. If stocks continue their decline, should investors buy or sell? Goldman Sachs strategists, led by Peter Oppenheimer, take the bullish approach. “Any further significant weakness at the index level should be seen as a buying opportunity, … albeit with moderate upside through the year as a whole,” they wrote in a commentary Wednesday. “We believe we are in a correction within a bull market cycle,” the strategists said. “We remain in the early part of the growth phase. Retu… Read More “Goldman Sachs: More Stock Declines Mean Buying Opportunity”

GM Could Very Soon Pull The Plug On Its Tesla Killer

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The Street

By Luc Olinga The car manufacturer hasn’t produced a single unit of the Bolt for months and there’s no sign the production will resume soon. General Motors (GM) – Get General Motors Company Report finds itself in a hot seat. The Detroit giant is presented by President Joe Biden as leading the World in electric vehicles. But it hasn’t really produced a fully electric car in the United States for several months. And above all, GM could very soon pull the plug on the Chevrolet Bolt, its mass-market electric car aimed to kill and compete with Tesla (TSLA) – Get Tesla Inc Report Model 3. That’s not… Read More “GM Could Very Soon Pull The Plug On Its Tesla Killer”

Analysis-Will the games stop? SEC mulls crackdown on trading apps

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Reuters

By Katanga Johnson WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A year after the “meme stock” rally humbled hedge funds and roiled Wall Street, U.S. regulators are studying ways to crack down on psychological prompts used by Robinhood Inc and other commission-free brokers to promote frequent stock trading on smartphone apps. The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) started scrutinizing commission-free brokers like Robinhood, Webull Financial LLC and SoFi Inc last year after retail investors drove GameStop and other “meme stocks” sky high in Jan. 2021. The furious rally pushed GameStop shares up more than 1,500%… Read More “Analysis-Will the games stop? SEC mulls crackdown on trading apps”

Azerbaijani carpets to be shown in New York

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Azer News

By Laman Ismayilova Azerbaijan’s cultural heritage will be presented in New York on January 27. The virtual exhibition will feature nine art pieces which brilliantly combine artificial intelligence and art. The project is co-organized by Orkhan Mammadov and Lara Binnet originally from Ganja. Using the latest technological algorithms, Mammadov recreated traditional Azerbaijani carpets and kilims. Orkhan Mammadov, who has a high level of knowledge in artificial intelligence, is one of the only ones who was able to combine the technology of algorithms with Azerbaijan’s culture. He actively partic… Read More “Azerbaijani carpets to be shown in New York”

Shikenso Analytics: Making esports data collection smarter

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Esports Insider

As the common refrain goes, data is the new oil. With data collection being an integral part of esports, the vast majority of business decisions made in the industry are driven by numbers. To measure the validity of specific engagements, brands typically use data-based performance indicators that can ultimately help to establish long-lasting and sustainable partnerships. RELATED: Bayes: Esports data value degradation Despite being around since 2017, it wasn’t until the end of 2020 that news stories concerning ShikensoAnalytics started making headlines. Freaks4U Gaming, FATE Esports, BLAST, OG … Read More “Shikenso Analytics: Making esports data collection smarter”