Global Plastic Watch: using satellite technology in the fight against pollution

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Global Plastic Watch is a digital platform featuring an interactive map that provides access to information intended to help associations, NGOs and governments in the fight against plastic pollution. This tool allows actors in the domain to identify areas of plastic pollution around the World through the use of satellite images and artificial intelligence. Taking a few (giant) steps back in order to accelerate and optimize the fight against plastic pollution. This is the idea behind the Global Plastic Watch (GPW) Global Plastic Watch (GPW) platform, which maps areas of the World “in near real-… Read More “Global Plastic Watch: using satellite technology in the fight against pollution”

Crypto Giants Solidus Ai Tech Are Rumoured To Soon Release Their Top Secret NFT Project,“3D Ai Meta Battlebots”

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Newstrail

Although there is no official confirmation on the launch date, there is a strong possibility that “3D Ai Meta Battlebots,” which is a top-secret NFT project by the crypto giant Solidus Ai Tech will be launching this July. The announcement surrounding the launch of their 3D Ai Meta Battlebots NFTs is widely anticipated across the industry. Solidus Ai Tech Limited was founded in January 2021 as the Ai division of parent company Solidus Technologies founded in 2017. Solidus Ai Tech is an artificial intelligence cryptocurrency company based in Dubai that operates under crypto currency licenses. So… Read More “Crypto Giants Solidus Ai Tech Are Rumoured To Soon Release Their Top Secret NFT Project,“3D Ai Meta Battlebots””

How multisearch will boost the range of what you can do with Google and Lens

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At its annual developer conference, Google revealed how multisearch, which consists of combining searches in both text and images, is about to change the habits of mobile users. In concrete terms, it will soon make it possible to broaden the scope of searches on Google and Lens, starting with a simple photo or screenshot. Currently the Google application already makes it possible to simultaneously search with images and text. Soon it will be possible to find additional, local information about your searches. This means that it will be possible to use any photo and add the query “near me” to di… Read More “How multisearch will boost the range of what you can do with Google and Lens”

People Share The Jaw-Dropping Childhood Mysteries They Finally Solved Years Later

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Factinate

Ah, the innocence of childhood; a time of simultaneous wonder and confusion. Kids interpret things differently than adults because they don’t fully understand how the World works yet. As a result, people end up with memories from their youths that they can’t make sense of until they’re older. Does this ring any bells? Then read on as Redditors share their most interesting childhood mysteries that finally got solved years later. 1. Sometimes Parents Run Out Of PatientsI met my wife in college. When we were dating, she often mentioned that when she was a kid, she had a play doctor’s kit that som… Read More “People Share The Jaw-Dropping Childhood Mysteries They Finally Solved Years Later”

Problems Always Abound, But The. U.S. Remains The ’s Oasis

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For weekend reading, senior writer from Navellier & Associates, Gary Alexander, offers the following commentary: “The farther backward you can look, the farther forward you are likely to see.” – Winston Churchill Q1 2022 hedge fund letters, conferences and more May CrashesYou seldom hear about “May crashes,” but the two worst crashes of the 19th century began in early May: May 8-12 unleashed the Panic of 1837 with the failure of several major banks. It was the most devastating economic Depression in American history to that date, and it was caused mostly by departing President Andrew Jackson’s… Read More “Problems Always Abound, But The. U.S. Remains The ’s Oasis”

Lebanon to vote in first election since economic collapse

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Lebanese vote on Sunday in the first election since their country’s economic collapse, a test of whether Iran-backed Hezbollah and its allies can preserve their parliamentary majority amidst soaring poverty and anger at ruling parties. Expectations are however low for a big shake-up of Lebanon’s sectarian politics and government, despite the severity of a crisis which the World Bank says was orchestrated by the ruling class, and fury over the devastating Beirut port blast of 2020. The meltdown marks Lebanon’s most destabilising crisis since the 1975-90 civil war. It has seen the currency sink … Read More “Lebanon to vote in first election since economic collapse”

Seventh Russian Oligarch Dies, This Time Via Possible Toad Venom

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By Riley Gutiérrez McDermid A number of the victims had strong links to the energy sector, and four were executives at state-owned Gazprom. It used to be easy being an oligarch. One of the wealthiest people in the World, you had entree to some of the most exclusive places, people and things. Everyone clamored for your time, attention and, most of all, money. But now the tide has turned. Since Russia invaded Ukraine in March, the Russian oligarch class has seen itself backed into a variety of hazards and inconveniences. Several hundred of them have been sanctioned by global authorities, althoug… Read More “Seventh Russian Oligarch Dies, This Time Via Possible Toad Venom”

iiTzTimmy has gained over 50k subs in under one month to begin his year-long subathon

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On April 19, Apex Legends Streamer Timmy “iiTzTimmy” An celebrated his 22nd birthday by announcing a subathon with a “year-long” cap and has eclipsed 50,000 Subscribers in under a month. Subathons have become a popular trend for both big and small streamers on Twitch where each new subscription adds an additional amount of time to the stream. Currently, EmilyCC’s concurrent 178-day subathon is the longest ever. Though, iiTzTimmy’s “year-long” cap could be on track to break that record given its quick success. Prior to the announcement of his subathon, iiTzTimmy had just over 6k subscribers, wi… Read More “iiTzTimmy has gained over 50k subs in under one month to begin his year-long subathon”

Algae Might Be an Energy Solution We Really Need

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By Kirk Miller We’ve got a battery issue — due to supply chain issues, rare materials shortages, the ongoing pandemic and higher demand. One novel solution? Turn to algae. Per New Scientist, Christopher Howe at the University of Cambridge and his colleagues placed a colony of blue-green algae inside a small aluminum / clear plastic container roughly the size of an AA battery. The device was placed on a windowsill during a 2021 Covid lockdown. In a six-month trial period, this cyanobacteria-powered device ran an Arm microprocessor that ran 45-minute cycles of calculating sums of consecutive int… Read More “Algae Might Be an Energy Solution We Really Need”

7 Promising Stocks to Buy in May

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Typically, it’s not a good idea to trade on aphorisms like sell in May and go away. Though some phenomena does seem to carry statistical merit, it’s best to rely largely on the contextual fundamentals of the moment. That said, the aforementioned aphorism is starting to look mighty prescient. Still, it may not be time to give up on great growth stocks to buy in May. To be clear, acquiring equities at this juncture is fraught with risk. Driving the volatility are two key factors: global instability concerns and rising recession fears. Obviously, Russia’s decision to invade Ukraine worries WorldRead More “7 Promising Stocks to Buy in May”