These Are The Ten Biggest IoT Cryptocurrencies

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ValueWalk

The internet of things (IoT) is a booming market with many applications, including making homes and cities smarter. Although this segment has made significant advances in recent years, it has its limits, and this is where blockchain and cryptocurrencies can help. Over the years, many tokens have been created to help the IoT overcome the issues preventing its rapid growth, including the issue of paying for products or services. Let’s take a look at the 10 biggest IoT cryptocurrencies. The 10 Biggest IoT CryptocurrenciesQ1 2022 hedge fund letters, conferences and more Launched in January 2020, S… Read More “These Are The Ten Biggest IoT Cryptocurrencies”

College Football National Championship Odds: Top 20 Powerhouses

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Athlon Sports

By Athlon Sports + OddsTrader Georgia is the reigning national CFP champion but last year’s runner-up, Alabama, is the favorite to win the crown this season. OddsTrader previews the Top 20 teams in the nation entering the 2022 college football season, and shares what to expect of each team’s chance in the NCAAF Championship Futures market. Georgia is the reigning national CFP champion but last year’s runner-up, Alabama, is the favorite to win the crown this season. OddsTrader previews the Top 20 teams in the nation entering the 2022 college football season, and shares what to expect of each te… Read More “College Football National Championship Odds: Top 20 Powerhouses”

‘Good Luck to You, Leo Grande’ review: Sex positive comedy scores

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The Detroit News

A mature comedy about sex, intimacy and aging, “Good Luck to You, Leo Grande” strikes a delicate note in its handling of subjects that are often mishandled by the movies, when they’re even dealt with at all. Emma Thompson gives a brave, vulnerable and emotionally resonant performance as Nancy Stokes, a widow who hires a sex worker to help her experience the type of sexual fulfillment she never was able to over the course of her long marriage. “Leo Grande” becomes an exploration of pleasure, consent, boundaries and trust, as well as a study of human relationships and the connection, both physic… Read More “‘Good Luck to You, Leo Grande’ review: Sex positive comedy scores”

Investors dump shares on growth fears as Swiss, UK hike rates

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Reuters UK

By Koh Gui Qing NEW YORK (Reuters) -World stocks plummeted again on Thursday and government bonds hovered near multi-year highs after a series of rate rises from global central banks rekindled fears that aggressive policy tightening could drag economies into recession. Following a relief rally on Wednesday when investors welcomed the U.S. Federal Reserve’s aggressive move to raise rates by 75 basis points – its biggest rate hike since 1994 – by buying shares, two other spates of policy tightening in Britain and Switzerland seemed to have sobered investors into focusing on the chance that econo… Read More “Investors dump shares on growth fears as Swiss, UK hike rates”

Investors dump shares on growth fears as Swiss, UK hike rates

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Reuters

By Koh Gui Qing NEW YORK (Reuters) -World stocks plummeted again on Thursday and government bonds hovered near multi-year highs after a series of rate rises from global central banks rekindled fears that aggressive policy tightening could drag economies into recession. Following a relief rally on Wednesday when investors welcomed the U.S. Federal Reserve’s aggressive move to raise rates by 75 basis points – its biggest rate hike since 1994 – by buying shares, two other spates of policy tightening in Britain and Switzerland seemed to have sobered investors into focusing on the chance that econo… Read More “Investors dump shares on growth fears as Swiss, UK hike rates”

Jeffrey Gundlach: The Economy Isn’t As Strong As People Say

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Following are excerpts from the unofficial transcript of a CNBC interview with DoubleLine Capital CEO, CIO and Co-Founder Jeffrey Gundlach on CNBC’s “Closing Bell: Overtime” (M-F, 4PM-5PM ET) today, Wednesday, June 15. Following are links to video on CNBC.com: Powell Has Become Very Short-Termist, Says DoubleLine CEO Jeffrey GundlachThe Economy Isn’t As Strong As People Say, Warns DoubleLine CEO Jeffrey GundlachGundlach On Fed Decision TodayJEFFREY GUNDLACH: So by September, it looks like we’re gonna be at around that range will be 2.50 to 2.75. And I don’t really know what the difference is b… Read More “Jeffrey Gundlach: The Economy Isn’t As Strong As People Say”

Microsoft-Developed Covid Tech Can Now Detect Lyme Disease

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The Street

By Maxx Chatsko Adaptive Biotech’s T-Detect Lyme was created by combining Azure cloud computing and sequencing of the immune system. The coronavirus pandemic will unleash a wave of innovation this decade. Investors are already familiar with some major developments, such as mRNA as a therapeutic modality and at-home diagnostics that have been significantly improved. Other developments are a little nerdier, but no less important. For example, Pfizer (PFE) – Get Pfizer Inc. Report used artificial intelligence and computational modeling to speed the time to develop Paxlovid, an oral antiviral that… Read More “Microsoft-Developed Covid Tech Can Now Detect Lyme Disease”

Musk to address Twitter staff amid buyout turmoil

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AFP

San Francisco (AFP) – Elon Musk is set to field questions Thursday from wary Twitter workers eager to know if he intends to complete his turbulent $44 billion buyout bid and roll back limits for what people can say on the platform. In his first meeting with staffers roiled by his move to buy the company, he is slated to answer pre-submitted queries for about an hour that will run the gamut from remote work policies to financial strategy. The billionaire Tesla owner has already made comments on how he’d run the platform — including lifting Donald Trump’s ban — but his words will this time be … Read More “Musk to address Twitter staff amid buyout turmoil”

EU may fall behind Digital Decade goals, report warns

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Reuters UK

By Supantha Mukherjee STOCKHOLM (Reuters) – The European Union risks falling behind its Digital Decade goals by 10 years unless the governments focus on bridging the skills gap, according to a report by strategic consultancy Public First. Last year the European Commission presented a 2030 vision that aims to transform the region with 80% of the population acquiring basic digital skills, 5G connectivity everywhere, full online public services and 75% of EU companies using cloud services. However, at the current rate of progress, it would take until 2040 for meet all the targets, according to th… Read More “EU may fall behind Digital Decade goals, report warns”

Editorial: Does a chatbot have a soul?

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The Philadelphia Inquirer

Don’t unplug your computer! Don’t throw away that smartphone! Just because a Google software engineer whose conclusions have been questioned says a computer program is sentient, meaning it can think and has feelings, doesn’t mean an attack of the cyborgs through your devices is imminent. However, Blake Lemoine’s analysis should make us consider how little we have planned for a future where advances in robotics will increasingly change how we live. Already, automation has put thousands of Americans who lack higher-level skills out of a job. But let’s get back to Lemoine, who was put on leave by… Read More “Editorial: Does a chatbot have a soul?”