How artificial intelligence can help forecast and track climate-related disasters

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By Courtesy of Google As the World’s population faces more and more natural disasters, largely due to climate change, Google has announced that artificial intelligence could soon help forecast and monitor floods, for example, or detect forest fires in real time. As the World’s population faces more and more natural disasters, largely due to climate change, Google has announced that artificial intelligence could soon help forecast and monitor floods, for example, or detect forest fires in real time. At the end of a conference on artificial intelligence, Google gave an overview of the areas in w… Read More “How artificial intelligence can help forecast and track climate-related disasters”

How Two Story Is Taking Over Workplace Performance Analytics

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ValueWalk

When you run a business, you want as many high performers as you can get. The problem is, absent performance analytics, it can be hard to determine the exact attributes that make some employees stand out. Sure, you can see that one person comes in early and stays late. And you know that another person has fantastic sales conversions. Yet you can’t quite pinpoint all their contributions. And you know if you could, you’d be able to hire others like them, help your current employees reach their fullest potential, and get a competitive edge in your industry. Q3 2022 hedge fund letters, conferences… Read More “How Two Story Is Taking Over Workplace Performance Analytics”

The Next High-Tech Tool for the Auto Aftermarket? Voice Assistants

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In the early 1980s, we were first introduced to KITT (short for “Knight Industries Two Thousand”), an artificially-intelligent persona living inside an 1982 Pontiac Trans Am on the iconic American TV Show Knight Rider. While KITT was outfitted with a dizzying array of sensors and weapons, its most powerful capability was being able to speak to humans. KITT was not just the trusty sidekick for David Hasselhoff, who played the series hero, but a vision of what’s possible at the intersection of the most advanced automotive and conversational AI technologies. Q3 2022 hedge fund letters, conference… Read More “The Next High-Tech Tool for the Auto Aftermarket? Voice Assistants”

The Top 10 College Football Matchups to Track in Week 10

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Sports Illustrated

By Richard Johnson After initially looking uneventful, this weekend could make it—or break it—for several top teams, including Georgia and Tennessee. Remember, remember the 5th of November. Nov. 5 wasn’t circled on many calendars before the college season started, but it’s here now—and it is a whopper. Week 10 has the biggest game of the season in one timeslot, and it’s followed by a trap game for one Playoff hopeful and a roadtrip to Louisiana for another. All times ET. Watch college football with fuboTV: Start a free trial today. NoonMaryland at Wisconsin (-5) The Terps are quietly putting t… Read More “The Top 10 College Football Matchups to Track in Week 10”

Mixed Results Actually Bring More Optimism Than Risk For AMD

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Revenue and net income are upProjected growth of more than 40% year-over-yearEarnings are currently but in line with overall industryAMD shows more promise in several factors over peersSemiconductor company Advanced Micro Devices (NASDAQ:AMD) just reported their fiscal Q3 earnings on November 1, 2022, with mixed results, but a few key points give them an edge. For one, revenue is up 29% YOY, to $5.57 billion. Q3 2022 hedge fund letters, conferences and more Find A Qualified Financial AdvisorEach advisor has been vetted by SmartAsset and is held to a fiduciary standard to act in your best inter… Read More “Mixed Results Actually Bring More Optimism Than Risk For AMD”

Datadog Doesn’t Belong In The Doghouse

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Datadog’s Q3 results bode well for cyber security stocks.The analysts are in support and have a target well above the recent price action.The price may be bottoming but it’s too soon to go all-in.Datadog (NASDAQ:DDOG) shares are down more than 50% from their all-time high but it doesn’t deserve to be in the doghouse. The company’s valuation may have gotten out of hand back at the end of 2022 but now, with shares down at more reasonable levels, it’s more in line with reality and the reality is quite good. Q3 2022 hedge fund letters, conferences and more Find A Qualified Financial AdvisorEach ad… Read More “Datadog Doesn’t Belong In The Doghouse”

CBDCs need kicking into the long grass to allow Bitcoin’s potential to flourish

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City AM

By Darren Parkin The week in reviewwith Jason Deane The Guardian’s rather sensationalist headline yesterday “Bank of England warns of longest recession in 100 years” summarised the current situation very nicely as it reported on the effects of the interest rate rise from 2.25% to 3%. Of course, there are a host of other factors in play but even so, many of us have been talking about the coming storm for the last couple of years. Not because we’re savants, you understand, but because we can simply add numbers up. Or more precisely, are able to see that the numbers don’t add up. They haven’t for… Read More “CBDCs need kicking into the long grass to allow Bitcoin’s potential to flourish”