NBA Unveils Next Generation of Fan Engagement

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The Street

By Tony Owusu The NBA, Turner Sports, and Microsoft all collaborated on the league’s latest effort to draw in fans. Live sports is still one of the best things going in the media entertainment World, and the major sports leagues are looking for more ways to engage fans. The National Basketball Association looks to connect more fans to the game as it on Sept. 28 unveiled the updated version of its league mobile app. The app is a collaboration between the NBA, Microsoft (MSFT) – Get Microsoft Corporation Report, and Turner Sports, which has a joint venture with the league. Microsoft, the NBA’s c… Read More “NBA Unveils Next Generation of Fan Engagement”

AWS Announces General Availability of AWS IoT FleetWise

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Cerebral Overload

Amazon Web Services, Inc. (AWS), an Amazon.com, Inc. company (NASDAQ: AMZN), today announced the general availability of AWS IoT FleetWise, a new service that makes it easier for automotive companies to collect, transform, and transfer vehicle data to the cloud in near real time. Automakers, suppliers, fleet operators, and technology solution vendors in the automotive industry can use AWS IoT FleetWise to collect and organize vehicle data more easily, and to store the data in a standardized way for data analysis in the cloud. AWS IoT FleetWise helps automotive companies efficiently transfer da… Read More “AWS Announces General Availability of AWS IoT FleetWise”

NFL Reacts To Mel Kiper Jr’s Controversial Rankings

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The Spun

By Daniel Bates ESPN draft expert Mel Kiper Jr. ruffled some feathers with his latest early-season quarterback rankings for the upcoming draft. Right now, Kiper has Ohio State’s C.J. Stroud over Kentucky’s Will Levis and Heisman Trophy winner Bryce Young. With the longtime analyst going as far as comparing Levis to Lions-Rams QB Matthew Stafford. The NFL World reacted to how Kiper stacked up 2023’s college QB prospects on Wednesday. How would you rank the upcoming quarterback class? Read More “NFL Reacts To Mel Kiper Jr’s Controversial Rankings”

Jeffrey Dahmer’s prosecutor speaks out against Netflix’s characterization of cops in ‘Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story’

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New York Daily News

The prosecutor who obtained the conviction of Jeffrey Dahmer — the notorious serial killer whose chilling crimes are the focus of Netflix’s controversial new series “Monster: The Jeffery Dahmer Story” — is reportedly pushing back at how the real-life drama is portraying Milwaukee police. Former Milwaukee District Attorney Michael McCann said that the idea that MPD officers turned a blind eye to Dahmer’s victims because they were gay or Black is simply not true. McCann, who obtained the conviction of the infamous serial killer and rapist in 1991, told TMZ he knows that “Dahmer” is characterizin… Read More “Jeffrey Dahmer’s prosecutor speaks out against Netflix’s characterization of cops in ‘Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story’”

EU proposes rules to make it easier to sue makers of AI systems and drones

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Euronews (English)

The European Commission on Wednesday unveiled proposals to make it easier for consumers to claim compensation from manufacturers of artificial intelligence (AI) products including robots, drones or smart-home systems if they have caused them harm. The AI Liability Directive aims to provide more legal clarity for manufacturers and consumers as the use of AI grows exponentially, the Commission said. “While considering the huge potential of new technologies, we must always ensure the safety of consumers,” Commissioner for Justice Didier Reynders said in a statement. “Proper standards of protectio… Read More “EU proposes rules to make it easier to sue makers of AI systems and drones”

Change Up Your Food Routine With These Fun Techniques

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Calendar.com

Need a little more spice in your life? Are you tired of the same-old? That’s a common feeling people experience. But, especially after the pandemic, people realize they want more out of their lives. Your life doesn’t have to be as exciting as a dramatic soap opera. But, doing things differently or trying new things can help bring back some excitement if you’re feeling bored. Most people tend to like at least some bit of change — a change in scenery, workplace, and, most commonly, food. Trying new food can be an adventure in itself, but it’s not constantly changing what you eat that can make a … Read More “Change Up Your Food Routine With These Fun Techniques”

IT enters the era of intelligent automation

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CIO

Since the outset of the pandemic, organizations have been increasingly launching initiatives aimed at automating business processes, turning to technologies such as robotic process automation (RPA) in efforts to reduce costs, speed up tasks, and improve accuracy of core business operations. Some leading organizations, however, are not stopping there. Seeking to push their automation agendas forward, they are embracing a move toward broader “intelligent automation” (IA), a strategy that weaves capabilities such as artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) into standard RPA to enhan… Read More “IT enters the era of intelligent automation”

Hell behind the scenes: French senators present a damning report on the porn industry

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Euronews (English)

A French Senate report unveiled on Tuesday 27 September denounces the terrible conditions to which some actresses in pornographic films are subjected. It also makes several recommendations to prevent minors from accessing Internet sites that broadcast pornography. After more than six months of work, four senators – Annick Billon, Alexandra Borchio-Fontimp, Laurence Cohen and Laurence Rossignol – have presented a damning report on the porn industry, entitled “L’Enfer du Décor“ (“Hell behind the scenes”, a spin on the expression “L’envers du décors”, meaning “behind the scenes”). The 150-page re… Read More “Hell behind the scenes: French senators present a damning report on the porn industry”

Door slams on Fed ‘put’ as market pain takes back seat to inflation fight

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Reuters

By Howard Schneider WASHINGTON (Reuters) – In the month since Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell laid down a hard line on inflation, stocks have suffered double-digit losses, chasms have opened in global currency markets, and yields on the safest U.S. government debt have surged to their highest levels since the dark days of the financial crisis nearly a decade and a half ago. U.S. central bank officials have been clear, however, just as Powell was in his remarks at the Jackson Hole economic conference in Wyoming and following the central bank’s policy meeting last week: There’s no rescue com… Read More “Door slams on Fed ‘put’ as market pain takes back seat to inflation fight”

Azerbaijani media captains attending News Media Congress in Spain

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By Vugar Khalilov Azerbaijani media captains, Ilgar Huseynov, Trend News AgencyDirector-General, as well as MP Sevil Mikayilova,Azerxeber-Azernews newspaper editor-in-chief, are attending theWorld News Media Congress in Zaragoza, Spain, Azernews reports. His Majesty, King Felipe VI of Spain, is also expected to make aremark during the Golden Pen of Freedom 2022 event at WAN-WorldIFRA’s News Media Congress in Zaragoza this week. The annual congress is organized by WAN-IFRA (the WorldAssociation of News Publishers), whose mission is to promote therights of journalists and publishers worldwide to… Read More “Azerbaijani media captains attending News Media Congress in Spain”