With its advanced AI technologies, iDazzle Media is the latest addition to the digital production industry.

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Newstrail

Launched on January 18, 2022, iDazzle is an integrated media network providing entertaining videos that have gained massive viewership. iDazzle Media is an integrated media network that offers expertly produced entertainment videos in various areas. iDazzle Media is interested in short videos and media in various sectors, but not how the audiences are used to seeing them. iDazzle Media is an Artificial Intelligence-based project that creates entertaining material for social media by offering new content, such as future tech news and short movies in many categories. The World has been concentra… Read More “With its advanced AI technologies, iDazzle Media is the latest addition to the digital production industry.”

Taylor vs. Serrano Was the Fight of the Year—Full Stop

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Sports Illustrated

By Chris Mannix This wasn’t a significant women’s fight. This was a significant *fight*. NEW YORK — Your winner, boomed the voice of David Diamante and from a few feet away Katie Taylor gazed straight ahead, expressionless. Six years after turning pro, five since she won her first World title, three since she became the undisputed champion at 135 pounds and here was Taylor, battered and bloodied after a hellacious, Fight of the Year–caliber war with Amanda Serrano, awaiting the judges’ decision. Next to her. Serrano, the rugged, Puerto Rico–born, Brooklyn-raised seven-division World champion. … Read More “Taylor vs. Serrano Was the Fight of the Year—Full Stop”

The New Jet Set: How the COVID-driven boom in private jets is still flying high

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Reuters

By Allison Lampert and Rajesh Kumar Singh (Reuters) -Guy Stockbridge runs multiple businesses from his headquarters in central California, including landscape companies that ripple across his home state and a utility solar business with operations in 17 states. Flying is a way of life for Stockbridge and others at his company, Elite Team Offices, based in Clovis. For years they flew both privately and on commercial flights out of Fresno, roughly 10 miles from Clovis. Then the COVID-19 pandemic hit, and private jet ownership became more and more attractive. “Buying a jet has been on my mind for… Read More “The New Jet Set: How the COVID-driven boom in private jets is still flying high”

NIL, ‘Booster Banks’ and Recruiting Wars: For Some, It Doesn’t Add Up

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Sports Illustrated

By Ross Dellenger Less than a year into the NIL Era, officials say the college sports landscape is dramatically shifting back into the booster-driven World that plagued it decades ago. What Tommy Bowden remembers most are the alligator-skin boots and the shiny new cars, the pricey Rolexes and diamond-studded chains. One by one, SMU players funneled into the room for individual interviews with dozens of college coaches from across the country, all of them descending upon Dallas to survey the best stock of players money could buy. “It was like a meat market,” says Bowden, then an assistant coach… Read More “NIL, ‘Booster Banks’ and Recruiting Wars: For Some, It Doesn’t Add Up”

Musk’s Bid May Scare Talent and Advertisers, Twitter Says

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The Street

By Riley Gutiérrez McDermid New filing outlines litany of risk related to its ongoing acquisition by Elon Musk. The ongoing saga of Elon Musk’s attempt to buy social media platform Twitter has added another chapter. Musk, the capricious chief executive of electric car company Tesla (TSLA) – Get Tesla Inc Report, has spent weeks courting, trolling, doubling back and playing hard to get with the company. Finally he offered $44 billion for it lock, stock and barrel — and Twitter accepted that deal, with some contingencies. Musk can’t disparage Twitter (TWTR) – Get Twitter, Inc. Report and he had … Read More “Musk’s Bid May Scare Talent and Advertisers, Twitter Says”

It’s Bulls Vs Bears On The Market As Sentiment Over Robo-Advisors Are Standing Averse

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ValueWalk

Experts and novice traders are standing with opposing opinions on the use of electronic investment advice platforms which have now started to dominate the market since its inception back in 2008. While both sides of the aisle represent either strong support or lack thereof for the use of robo-advisors or an investing app to make algorithmic investment decisions, the recent explosion of new online users and daily subscribers has set predictions to be worth more than $1.2 trillion by 2024. Q1 2022 hedge fund letters, conferences and more The use of popular trading platforms such as Robinhood at … Read More “It’s Bulls Vs Bears On The Market As Sentiment Over Robo-Advisors Are Standing Averse”

California’s seniors lost an estimated $10.9 billion to fraud in 2020

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The Mercury News

The relationship started on an online dating site. Katsumi Iwasaki was enthralled by a person who claimed to be a US soldier stationed in Damascus, Syria. They quickly fell to emailing “sweet things,” Iwasaki said. The 81-year-old San Francisco man had been living alone after his partner of 22 years died of lung cancer, and the budding relationship “made me feel like I had a bright future.” After a few months of corresponding in late 2016, the person, who said his name was “James Lopez,” mentioned the gold — $1 million worth. Lopez needed money to ship a cache from Syria to San Francisco for s… Read More “California’s seniors lost an estimated $10.9 billion to fraud in 2020”

AI can smell a whiskey and it’s working on sniffing out disease

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DPA

Artificial intelligence (AI) is already being deployed in many settings from driverless cars to smart home devices, and researchers around the World are racing to expand its uses further and further. One German scientist has built AI into a giant plastic nose that gives you a big smile when it works out what it has found. Researcher Horst Hellbrück holds the nose over a glass of Irish whiskey to demonstrate its skills. Seconds later, a green smiley face lights up on the back. The AI in the computer has identified the smell as whiskey, saying it is 99% certain this is what’s in the glass. “We a… Read More “AI can smell a whiskey and it’s working on sniffing out disease”

‘Right to be forgotten’: Israel firm promises to purge digital footprint

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Relaxnews

Three young Israelis formerly serving in military cyber units have figured out how to locate your digital footprint — and give you the tools to delete it. The company Mine, co-founded by Gal Ringel, Gal Golan and Kobi Nissan, says it uses artificial intelligence to show users where their information is being stored — like whether an online shoe store kept your data after a sneaker purchase three years ago. Ringel said Mine’s technology has already been used by one million people worldwide, with over 10 million “right to be forgotten” requests sent to companies using the firm’s platform. Mine… Read More “‘Right to be forgotten’: Israel firm promises to purge digital footprint”

Accenture 2022 Technology Outlook report; WiMi Hologram Cloud (NASDAQ:WIMI) accelerates metaverse in the forefront of the industry

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Newstrail

Recently, Accenture announced the launch of the metaverse service platform: Metaverse Continuum–Providing customers with a variety of virtual World, virtual content. And it offers virtual office, group building, training, interaction, social interaction, and other scenarios. Currently, 40 customers have reached a Metaverse business partnership with Accenture to digital the supply chain through digital twin technology. Accenture sees the consumer, industrial and enterprise markets, penetrating all aspects of the business, and integrating virtual and reality, 2D and 3D nature. In addition, it be… Read More “Accenture 2022 Technology Outlook report; WiMi Hologram Cloud (NASDAQ:WIMI) accelerates metaverse in the forefront of the industry”