Lincoln debuts electric, autonomous Model L100 Concept car

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The Detroit News

Lincoln’s latest concept car is both a nod to the luxury brand’s past and a preview of its electric, technologically-advanced future. Ford Motor Co.’s luxury division on Thursday debuted the Lincoln Model L100 Concept at Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance in California, where Lincoln is the featured marque as part of the brand’s 100th anniversary celebration. The Model L100 — the name of which is a nod to the 1922 Lincoln Model L — is the second concept car the brand has debuted this year. Lincoln in April revealed the all-electric Star Concept vehicle. The Model L100, designers said in an inter… Read More “Lincoln debuts electric, autonomous Model L100 Concept car”

Kobe Bryant’s widow says she fears fatal crash photos will spread

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AFP

Los Angeles (AFP) – Kobe Bryant’s widow told a court Friday she was devastated when she learned first responders had snapped graphic photographs of her dead husband and daughter in the wreckage of the helicopter crash that killed them. A tearful Vanessa Bryant said she lives in fear of the pictures surfacing on the internet, and “constantly being spread.”  “Once it’s spread, you can’t get it back,” she said. US basketball legend Kobe Bryant and his teenage daughter were among nine people who died when their chopper smashed into a hillside near Los Angeles in 2020. Vanessa Bryant alleges she ha… Read More “Kobe Bryant’s widow says she fears fatal crash photos will spread”

Apple’s Stock Could Be On The Verge Of Another 30% Rally

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ValueWalk

While it’s been a good summer for equities in general after a torrid first half of the year, tech titan Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) is having a particularly sunny couple of months. Since the start of June their shares have rallied more than 30%, effectively reversing the 30% drop they’d been experiencing since March. What had initially looked like a bull trap soon became a full-on trend reversal, and as markets trade through these dog days of summer, Apple’s shares are suddenly within a couple of dollars of hitting all time highs. Q2 2022 hedge fund letters, conferences and more Find A Qualified Finan… Read More “Apple’s Stock Could Be On The Verge Of Another 30% Rally”

Former G FUEL Director Deathly joins Fanjoy

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Inven Global

Following a series of controversial firings by G FUEL last month, former-Associate Director of Talent Tyler “Deathly” Chadwick is set to work with Fanjoy. Working off of his previous experience with G FUEL in facilitating the various creators affiliated with the organization, Deathly will be the main face of talent-related initiatives as Fanjoy moves beyond merchandise into additional Consumer Product Goods (CPGs) and organizing brand deals for creators. Founded in 2014, Fanjoy is a leading e-commerce platform for internet creators — primarily creating clothes and other items for their roster … Read More “Former G FUEL Director Deathly joins Fanjoy”

It’s Mitch McConnell’s fault ‘bumbling extremists’ are hurting the GOP: report

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Raw Story

By Bob Brigham GOP Senate candidates are underperforming in multiple states, as the homestretch of the midterms approaches. On Thursday, Senate GOP Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) seemed to admit that the Grand Old Party doesn’t have the highest quality roster of candidates. “I think there’s probably a greater likelihood the House flips than the Senate,” McConnell said. “Senate races are just different, they’re statewide, candidate quality has a lot to do with the outcome.” Writing in Vanity Fair, Eric Lutz reported, “He didn’t mention any of those candidates directly, but he almost certainly co… Read More “It’s Mitch McConnell’s fault ‘bumbling extremists’ are hurting the GOP: report”

How Historic and Marquee Coaching Hires Reshaped College Football for 2022

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Athlon Sports

By Athlon Sports An in-depth look at how the hires of Lincoln Riley, Brian Kelly and Mario Cristobal have reshaped college football going into the 2022 season. In the course of just over a week right after Thanksgiving, the college football coaching landscape exploded and reorganized itself. Sure, we’ve seen massive coaching hires and fires as a practice in this industry, but nothing quite like the sequence of moves that impacted six major Power 5 programs in such a short time. Starting on Nov. 28 and ending on Dec. 6, three of the biggest openings of the 2021 coaching cycle — USC, LSU and Mia… Read More “How Historic and Marquee Coaching Hires Reshaped College Football for 2022”

Google teaches robots to understand human lanuage

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BANG Showbiz English

Google is teaching robots to understand human language. The company is working on adding its new artificial intelligence technology – which is called PaLM – and attaching them onto Every Robots’ machines. This week, it unveiled the PaLM-SayCan technology, which will help a robot understand a vague human command, using a knowledge of the real World to respond with a series of actions. Most robots currently follow a tight set of controlled instructions, such as those involved in a car assembly line. While the research project is ready for a wider audience, Google has been keen to test its techno… Read More “Google teaches robots to understand human lanuage”

‘Amped-up citizen science’ to save the : Q&A with Conservation AI Hub’s Grant Hamilton

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Mongabay

By Abhishyant Kidangoor Conservation apps have emerged in recent years as an efficient and cost-effective way to get citizens to monitor and document wildlife across the World. But an Australian initiative is going one step further. In a bid to detect and save the country’s dwindling koala (Phascolarctos cinereus) population, Conservation AI Hub has, since the beginning of this year, been training volunteers in the state of Queensland to use infrared drones. The goal: to find koalas that are usually found curled high up in the trees. The initiative by the Queensland University of Technology (Q… Read More “‘Amped-up citizen science’ to save the : Q&A with Conservation AI Hub’s Grant Hamilton”

New on Netflix this week

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Tech Hive

Netflix seems to have stemmed its subscriber hemorrhage, announcing during its second-quarter earnings call that it lost only 970 thousand subscribers during the quarter (the service apparently expected to lose many more than that). If you’re sticking with the service, we recommend catching these 30 original Netflix productions. After all, who has the time to sift through everything in search of entertainment that’s truly worth your time? Updated July 22, 2022 to add Jeff’s latest recommendations. Jeff’s earlier picks follow, starting with Apollo 10½: A Space Age Childhood. The Gray ManNetflix… Read More “New on Netflix this week”

V Islamic Solidarity Games – good start of Olympic season for Azerbaijani athletes – minister

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Azer News

By Trend V Islamic Solidarity Games are a good start of Olympic seasonfor Azerbaijani athletes, Minister of Youth and Sports ofAzerbaijan Farid Gayibov told Trend. According to Gayibov, Azerbaijani sports will develop further.He noted that talented athletes are growing up in Azerbaijan, butthere is a shortage of coaching staff, which is due to the lack ofan appropriate training. “Meetings are held with the federations every three months,agendas are discussed. The European experience is also beingstudied. I’m very pleased with the way our federations work, andtheir management. With a little pat… Read More “V Islamic Solidarity Games – good start of Olympic season for Azerbaijani athletes – minister”