FTX Collapse Leads the Way for New Crypto Regulations

Published by
The Street

By Esme Learning Industry leaders should set strong standards, says Binance CEO Zhou, before regulators do it for them. Following the FTX crypto exchange collapse, Changpeng Zhao, CEO of Binance, has likened the collapse to the financial crash of 2008. Comparing the two is “probably an accurate analogy”, he explained at B20 Indonesia. The crash has already affected other major cryptocurrencies, from Bitcoin, which has dropped close to 2020 levels, to Ether, down 20% in a single week—triggering market turmoil. More stringent crypto regulations on the horizon In the wake of the 2008 financial cr… Read More “FTX Collapse Leads the Way for New Crypto Regulations”

TigerGraph Cloud adds graph analytics, machine learning tools

By Anirban Ghoshal Graph database provider TigerGraph on Tuesday said that it was adding graph analytics and machine learning tools to its graph database-as-a-service (DBaaS) TigerGraph Cloud, which was was launched in 2019 and is available across major cloud platforms such as Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud (GCP). Dubbed TigerGraph Insights, the visual analytics feature will come in the form of a no-code, low-code tool to allow nontechnical users to create visual representations of business insights on top of the database platform via dashboards, the company said. … Read More “TigerGraph Cloud adds graph analytics, machine learning tools”

Enter the 2023 Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards

Published by
Cambridge Independent

By paul.brackley@iliffemedia.co.uk (Paul Brackley) The Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards 2023 are now open for entry. A celebration of the extraordinary talent in the region across a host of science and technology sectors, the awards are now in their sixth year and have become a real highlight of the calendar. Renowned for bringing together an array of innovative businesses, organisations, researchers and entrepreneurs, the awards will be held in spring. You can enter using the form below. There are 15 categories available to enter and you can find a description of them below… Read More “Enter the 2023 Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards”

Meet the sponsors of the 2023 Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards

Published by
Cambridge Independent

By paul.brackley@iliffemedia.co.uk (Paul Brackley) The 2023 Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards are a celebration of talent and achievements. We are proud to be supported in these awards by a fantastic set of sponsors, representing a diverse array of fields. The sixth Science and Technology Awards will once again help us to spread the stories of innovation across the Cambridge region in sectors from biotech to cleantech, AI to research. To enter, complete the form on this connection. Here, we introduce our sponsors and thank them for their support. Allia Future Business Centre Cam… Read More “Meet the sponsors of the 2023 Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards”

Cybersecurity issues in retail and smart cities

Published by
CIO

Cybercrime is nothing new. The threats that accompany society’s increased digitalization have been explored in alarmist articles, science fiction movies, and everything in between for decades. But that doesn’t mean the need for robust cybersecurity isn’t real. Digital enhancement brings increasing digital risk. Stringent provisions are more necessary than ever. Cybercrime’s prevalence and costs are significant. The UN reported that cybercrime skyrocketed by 600% during the pandemic, a result of an almost overnight reliance on digital working, shopping, and communication. There was a 10% increa… Read More “Cybersecurity issues in retail and smart cities”

Seven Comeback Stories to Watch Out for Down the Stretch

Published by
Sports Illustrated

By Pat Forde Quite a few programs have put themselves in position to finish the season strong after stumbling out of the gate. Forty names, games, teams and minutiae making news in college football, where California’s offense is literally a fireable offense: MORE DASH: Playoff Picture | A&M’s Implosion | Michigan’s Resumé Weakness Fourth QuarterCOMEBACK KIDSThe Dash salutes a few things we’d given up on earlier this season, but now have gotten their respective acts together well enough to reignite some interest and excitement: The Florida-Florida State game (31). The Gators (6–4) and Seminoles… Read More “Seven Comeback Stories to Watch Out for Down the Stretch”

Retiring Soon? 8 Facts About Retirement You Need To Know

Published by
ValueWalk

The U.S. has gone through several economic crises that put a lot of Americans into the gutter. While it’s been more than eighty years, the memories of The Great Depression are still vivid today. Indeed, it has taught most of us a tremendous and painful lesson that will always linger. But in the following decades, notable booms, bubbles, and crashes transpired. The dot-com bubble, The Real Estate Bubble, and The Great Recession are some examples. Now, the pandemic crisis and inflationary pressures are again testing policymakers. Q3 2022 hedge fund letters, conferences and more Find A Qualified … Read More “Retiring Soon? 8 Facts About Retirement You Need To Know”

Pete Carroll Uses 1 Word To Describe The German Field

Published by
The Spun

By Daniel Bates The atmosphere in Munich might’ve been unbelievable, but the same can’t be said for the playing surface according to Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll. Describing the field conditions in Germany with 710 ESPN Radio in Seattle, Carroll said it was “a nightmare.” Explaining that players never knew when their footing would give way. Tampa’s Todd Bowles seconded that notion on Monday, saying the field was “slick” and that even with longer studs in players’ cleats they were still slipping. Speaking to media members after his radio session, Carroll was asked if he thinks the NFL shoul… Read More “Pete Carroll Uses 1 Word To Describe The German Field”

Three Penny Stocks Making Big Moves In November

Published by
ValueWalk

Arrival SA is an [commercial] electric vehicle manufacturer.Canoo Inc is a mobility technology company in the same space as EV manufacturers.Snail, Inc a game developer and publisher saw its share price jump from its all-time low of $1.54 to its all-time high of $4.36Penny stocks may seem like a good place to start if you are new to investing. As their name implies, a penny stock is one whose share price is under $1, though the term often includes stocks that are valued under $5. Q3 2022 hedge fund letters, conferences and more Find A Qualified Financial AdvisorEach advisor has been vetted by … Read More “Three Penny Stocks Making Big Moves In November”

How Embracing DevOps Will Revolutionize Your Contact Center

Published by
CIO

Agility may be the defining feature of today’s contact centers. In the past, speed was the name of the game. How could a contact center be as efficient as possible, maximizing the call volume each agent could handle and minimizing average handle time? While these factors still play a role in contact center operations, customer experience (CX) now takes center stage. That CX is fluid and omnichannel, and that means your contact center must be as agile as possible. It’s fitting, then, that DevOps, an operational approach that grew out of the Agile software development practices of the 1990s, is … Read More “How Embracing DevOps Will Revolutionize Your Contact Center”