NATO rests hopes on new technologies to tackle the war in Ukraine, cybersecurity and climate change

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Euronews (English)

NATO has shown its robust determination to help Ukraine defend itself against Russia’s invasion but ensuring it has the latest technologies to tackle climate change presents another challenge for to the 30-nation alliance. “We’re now confronted with a Russian invasion of Ukraine, so a large-scale conflict on European soil that many would have thought unthinkable a few years ago,” David van Weel, NATO’s Assistant Secretary-General for Emerging Security Challenges, told Euronews Next. “It just goes to show that we need to prepare for everything”. One of the big immediate threats is cyberattacks,… Read More “NATO rests hopes on new technologies to tackle the war in Ukraine, cybersecurity and climate change”

How Future-Minded Leaders Harness Cloud Technologies to Create a Sustainable Future

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CIO

In a World where sustainability has become the new norm, technology is a key driving force for innovative businesses. Today, companies are looking for sustainable ways to reinvent the entire ecosystem of customers, suppliers, contract manufacturers, logistics service providers, and partners to support their supply chains from product design to operation. Let’s look at last year’s SAP Innovation Awards (SIA2022) winner cases to see how future-minded companies are harnessing cloud technologies to create economic, social, and environmental impacts to improve people’s lives. Improve decision-makin… Read More “How Future-Minded Leaders Harness Cloud Technologies to Create a Sustainable Future”

How to Launch Your AI Projects from Pilot to Production – and Ensure Success

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CIO

This post is brought to you by NVIDIA and CIO. The views and opinions expressed herein are those of the author and do not necessarily represent the views and opinions of NVIDIA. CIOs seeking big wins in high business-impacting areas where there’s significant room to improve performance should review their data science, machine learning (ML), and AI projects. A recent IDC report on AI projects in India reported that 30-49% of AI projects failed for about one-third of organizations, and another study from Deloitte casts 50% of respondents’ organizational performance in AI as starters or underach… Read More “How to Launch Your AI Projects from Pilot to Production – and Ensure Success”

‘RHOBH’ Season 13 Cast NOT Decided Despite Rumors That Dorit’s Demoted, Crystal’s On Chopping Block & Rinna’s Contract Is Up In Air

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Radar Online

Not everything is hunky dory for the cast and crew ofThe Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. Despite rumors that bombshell selections have been made about who will return for Season 13, RadarOnline.comcan exclusively reveal that no decision about casting has happened because everyone involved with the show’s production “needed a break” after possibly the most dramatic season in Housewives’ history. Sources with direct knowledge tell RadarOnline.com that about two weeks ago, the cast’s teams were informed no conversations had started about the next season. However, we’re hearing whispers that pro… Read More “‘RHOBH’ Season 13 Cast NOT Decided Despite Rumors That Dorit’s Demoted, Crystal’s On Chopping Block & Rinna’s Contract Is Up In Air”

17 One-Hit Wonders From the ’90s: Where Are They Now?

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Ultimate Classic Rock

The last decade of the 20th century brought with it some broad changes in rock music, most notably the grunge explosion and the evolution of alternative rock ‘n’ roll. But just as when any trend hits, record labels were way too eager to sign up every young band dressed in flannel. Some were ready for the opportunity, but many more faded away after a brief moment in the spotlight. That’s not to say every one-hit wonder of the era was a grunge act. The U.K. imported many Britpop artists who scored only a single hit on U.S. shores, and other rock subgenres delivered their fair share, too. In the … Read More “17 One-Hit Wonders From the ’90s: Where Are They Now?”

The Path for Each Contender to the College Football Playoff

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Sports Illustrated

By Pat Forde Some, like Georgia, have a clear way in. Others, like Oregon and LSU, could see things get complicated. Forty names, games, teams and minutiae making news in college football (weird punts sold separately in Champaign, Pittsburgh and Lexington): MORE DASH: Bama, Clemson Stumble Second QuarterPaths to the PlayoffThe College Football Playoff herd was thinned a bit Saturday. In terms of outright elimination, maybe not much other than the dismissal of Illinois (two losses to teams with losing records). But Alabama and Clemson both moved into the unlikely realm, and some other paths wer… Read More “The Path for Each Contender to the College Football Playoff”

Brian Kelly Was Asked If Alabama Is His Biggest Win Ever

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The Spun

By Matt Hladik Brian Kelly has had a lot of big wins during his lengthy and accomplished coaching career. You could make a case that none have been bigger than Saturday’s victory over Alabama, but Kelly was not willing to make that argument when asked on Monday if the victory over the Crimson Tide was the biggest he’s ever had. “The biggest win of my career is when we win a national championship,” Kelly said, via Tiger Droppings. “I’m focused on that. That’s why I’m here.” Kelly has come close to winning it all before, but has yet to finish the job. He led Notre Dame to an undefeated regular s… Read More “Brian Kelly Was Asked If Alabama Is His Biggest Win Ever”

Murphy vows to put the brakes on N.J. car thefts with these new proposals

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NJ.com

Likening it to a plague, Gov. Phil Murphy on Monday unveiled a set of measures he hopes will put the brakes on the surge of car thefts seen in New Jersey and elsewhere. The Democratic governor, flanked by New Jersey’s two most powerful state lawmakers, proposed new proposals he wants the Democratic-controlled state Legislature approve. Murphy said while there has been progress in recent months, more needs to be done — noting the brazenness of many of the thefts. There were 14,320 vehicles stolen in 2021, and thefts were up 37% compared to last year as of six months ago and 53% compared to 2020… Read More “Murphy vows to put the brakes on N.J. car thefts with these new proposals”

Coy Gibbs’ Final Words About His Son Are Heartbreaking

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The Spun

By Daniel Bates Coy Gibbs sudden and tragic death just hour removed from watching his son take the Xfinity Series championship is one of the saddest stories you’ll come across. Befittingly, his last words public words were about Ty and how proud he was of his son’s ability to push through the controversy and win the checkered flag. “I’ve always got his back as a father,” Gibbs said. “Obviously, it’s heartbreaking to go through tough stuff. It’s actually more heartbreaking to watch him go through it. I don’t give a rip. I’m old and don’t care.… To see your kid hurting, he knows he screwed up an… Read More “Coy Gibbs’ Final Words About His Son Are Heartbreaking”

Is Your Money Boosting A Politician You Hate Through Your Financial Institution? Find Out

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ValueWalk

The financial sector is the largest political donor in American politics, but the views held within aren’t always what you may think. Q3 2022 hedge fund letters, conferences and more Find A Qualified Financial AdvisorFinding a qualified financial advisor doesn’t have to be hard. SmartAsset’s free tool matches you with up to 3 fiduciary financial advisors in your area in 5 minutes. Each advisor has been vetted by SmartAsset and is held to a fiduciary standard to act in your best interests. If you’re ready to be matched with local advisors that can help you achieve your financial goals, get star… Read More “Is Your Money Boosting A Politician You Hate Through Your Financial Institution? Find Out”