The Symbiotic Web: Michael Koch on Achieving AI Web 4.0

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Newstrail

The internet has undergone three broad iterations which have been named web 1.0, web 2.0 and web 3.0. Each iteration of the internet has been brought about by an ever increasing level of technological advancement which has enabled greater functionality. Web 1.0 was defined by the first ecommerce businesses, desktop internet browsers and infrastructure which was dedicated to hosting websites. Web 2.0 was defined by the advent of social networking, the integration of mobile devices into the web and cloud-based services and computing. Web 3.0 is an ongoing project and it is defined by AI driving … Read More “The Symbiotic Web: Michael Koch on Achieving AI Web 4.0”

Q&A With Darren Waller: AFC West’s Wild Offseason, Early Thoughts On Josh McDaniels, Inspiring The Youth, Partnership With Icy Hot

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The Spun

By Chris Rosvoglou Over the past three seasons, Raiders star Darren Waller has terrorized opposing defenses. During that span, the Pro Bowl tight end has 252 catches for 3,006 yards and 14 touchdowns. Not only is Waller emerging as a force to be reckoned with in the NFL, he’s making an impact off the field. This past season, he was nominated for the Walter Payton Man of the Year Award. Earlier this month, Waller’s dedication to the community was recognized. He was selected to receive Pop Warner’s 2022 Inspiration to Youth Award, which is given to an individual who has “inspired the youth of to… Read More “Q&A With Darren Waller: AFC West’s Wild Offseason, Early Thoughts On Josh McDaniels, Inspiring The Youth, Partnership With Icy Hot”

Rapid7: Could Be Profitable In FY 2022 Despite Bear Market

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ValueWalk

Rapid7, Inc. (NASDAQ:RPD), unlike most of its competitors in the cloud security space, has the very real possibility of turning a profit this year, which probably comes as a great surprise to many investors given the macro backdrop. The business has high APR growth a surging top line, and quality recurring revenues. Rapid7 Business OverviewRapid7 had a solid quarter last year. This business recorded a 38% YoY growth, with 92% of its revenues coming from existing customers. A major positive for the stock is the fact that security threats will always be a persistent problem for organizations of … Read More “Rapid7: Could Be Profitable In FY 2022 Despite Bear Market”

UK retail sales jump unexpectedly, but big picture bleak

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Reuters UK

By Andy Bruce LONDON (Reuters) – British retail sales jumped unexpectedly in April as shoppers loaded up on alcohol and tobacco, likely a blip in an otherwise bleak trend that has driven consumer confidence to all-time lows amid a worsening cost-of-living crunch. Retail sales volumes rose 1.4% month on month after a 1.2% drop in March, the Office for National Statistics said. Economists polled by Reuters had expected a 0.2% monthly fall. The wider picture remains disconcerting. Retail sales in the three months to April fell 0.3%, after a 0.7% drop in March. Compared with a year ago, sales volu… Read More “UK retail sales jump unexpectedly, but big picture bleak”

Lululemon Making Big Bets On Tennis And Golf

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The Street

By Veronika Bondarenko The athleisure chain’s latest collections are tailored for those who play tennis and golf. With summer almost here, at least one clothing retailer is counting on customers getting out to hit some tee shots or play some tennis. Lululemon (LULU) – Get Lululemon Athletica Inc Report is betting on large numbers of people playing them, or at least wearing the clothes. The athleisure chain’s latest collections are made specifically for use on the courts and links. On The CourtLaunched earlier, Lululemon’s Spring 2022 Tennis Collection features bright tennis dresses, high-waist… Read More “Lululemon Making Big Bets On Tennis And Golf”

End of quarantine for unvaccinated foreign arrivals

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The Bangkok Post

End of quarantine for unvaccinated foreign arrivals Thailand Pass scrapped for Thais, faster approval for foreigners There will be no mandatory quarantine for unvaccinated or only partially vaccinated tourists from June 1, but they will still have to pass an antigen test for Covid-19 at the airport on arrival, under changes announced on Friday. Other measures include the end of the Thailand Pass requirement for Thai returnees, but not for foreigners – who are however promised an immediate decision on their application for the pass. Spokesman Taweesilp Visaniyothin said after a meeting of the C… Read More “End of quarantine for unvaccinated foreign arrivals”

These Are The Ten Worst-Performing IPOs In 2022 So Far

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ValueWalk

After record IPO activities in 2021, the volatile market scenario has significantly slowed IPO activities this year. Rising inflation and fuel prices, as well as certain global events, have resulted in volatile market conditions. Moreover, most companies that already went public this year, aren’t performing very well. All such factors have pushed many companies to re-think their IPO plans. Let’s take a look at the ten worst-performing IPOs in 2022 so far. Q1 2022 hedge fund letters, conferences and more Ten worst-performing IPOs in 2022 so farFounded in 2003 and headquartered in Texas, this co… Read More “These Are The Ten Worst-Performing IPOs In 2022 So Far”

Is it time for smart cities to show a little love?

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Relaxnews

In an article published on the connection of the Hey/Hamburg mobility festival, taking place June 15 to 17, 2022, in Germany, the organizers ponder the future of the city, suggesting it should perhaps be more about people-friendliness than artificial intelligence alone, as advocated by more and more prominent architects. After the smart city, and the 15-minute city, the latest approach to rethinking urban centers comes in the form of the “love city.” This term is used to describe cities at human scale, cities which are not cold, clinical and governed solely by algorithms. To achieve this objectiv… Read More “Is it time for smart cities to show a little love?”

First stop Samsung: Biden touts cooperation with S.Korean chipmaker on Asia trip

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Reuters UK

By Trevor Hunnicutt PYEONGTAEK, South Korea (Reuters) – Joe Biden’s first stop on his inaugural trip to Asia as U.S. president on Friday was a massive Samsung Electronics semiconductor plant, underscoring a message of economic security with an eye on China. Biden landed at the U.S. air base in Osan, south of Seoul, and immediately drove to Samsung’s nearby factory, the largest semiconductor plant in the World. There he greeted South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol, a relative newcomer to politics, for the first time in person. In remarks at the plant, Biden said the future would be written in t… Read More “First stop Samsung: Biden touts cooperation with S.Korean chipmaker on Asia trip”

First stop Samsung: Biden touts S.Korean role in securing global supply chains

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Reuters

By Trevor Hunnicutt and Josh Smith PYEONGTAEK, South Korea (Reuters) -Joe Biden’s first stop on his inaugural trip to Asia as U.S. president on Friday was a massive Samsung Electronics semiconductor plant, underscoring a message of economic security with an eye on China and the war in Ukraine. Biden landed at the U.S. military’s Osan Air Base in Pyeongtaek, south of Seoul, and immediately drove to Samsung’s nearby factory, the largest semiconductor plant in the World. There he greeted South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol, a relative newcomer to politics, for the first time in person. Advanced … Read More “First stop Samsung: Biden touts S.Korean role in securing global supply chains”