AWS Launches Infrastructure Region in Spain

Published by
Cerebral Overload

Amazon Web Services, Inc. (AWS), an Amazon.com, Inc. company (NASDAQ: AMZN), today announced the launch of its eighth infrastructure Region in Europe, the AWS Europe (Spain) Region. Starting today, developers, startups, entrepreneurs, and enterprises, as well as government, education, and nonprofit organizations, will have even greater choice for running their applications and serving end users from data centers located in Spain, using advanced AWS technologies to drive innovation. AWS estimates that its projected spending on the construction and operation of the new Region will support more t… Read More “AWS Launches Infrastructure Region in Spain”

Qualcomm spotlights embedded AI in new Snapdragon smartphone chip

Published by
DPA

Qualcomm has launched a new Snapdragon processor for the next crop of top-tier Android smartphones — with artificial intelligence infused throughout the chip to boost photography, sound, connectivity, gaming and security. At its Snapdragon Summit event in Hawaii in mid-November, Qualcomm made artificial intelligence the centrepiece of its marketing pitch for its new Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 as it strives to build the Snapdragon name into a globally recognized brand. Artificial intelligence generally refers to computer systems that can simulate human intelligence to a certain extent. It is among the … Read More “Qualcomm spotlights embedded AI in new Snapdragon smartphone chip”

Ex-DePaul student gets 7½ years in federal prison for writing computer code to help ISIS terrorist group

Published by
Chicago Tribune

A former DePaul University student was sentenced Thursday to 7 ½ years in federal prison for using his developing computer skills to help the Islamic State terrorist group spread violent propaganda on social media. Lawyers for Thomas Osadzinski, 23, painted him as a naive, socially awkward teenager who was struggling with mental health issues when he “got sucked in” by the radical ideologies in the dark corners of the internet. In sentencing Osadzinski, however, U.S. District Judge Robert Gettleman said that there was a wide gulf between typical youthful indirection or poor judgment and Osadzi… Read More “Ex-DePaul student gets 7½ years in federal prison for writing computer code to help ISIS terrorist group”

An increasing number of young Americans are embracing podcasts

Published by
Relaxnews

By LeoPatrizi / Getty Images Podcasts are everywhere. Audio content has become a major trend across entertainment and information sectors in recent years and is increasingly taking over a portion of market share from music. Podcasts are everywhere. Audio content has become a major trend across entertainment and information sectors in recent years and is increasingly taking over a portion of market share from music. Americans are increasingly listening to non-music audio content. The 2022 Spoken Word Audio Report, from NPR and Edison Research, which surveyed 4,118 Americans ages 13 and older, s… Read More “An increasing number of young Americans are embracing podcasts”

Is Advance Auto Parts a Buy After its Earnings Crash?

Published by
ValueWalk

Advanced Auto Parts is down over 15% after delivering poor results on its bottom line.Analysts have been quick to downgrade AAP stock on concerns about demand in a weakening economy.The company is making investments in its supply chain to ensure that this quarter is an outlier to what has been a bullish story.Investors should wait for more clarity before taking a position in AAP stock.Advance Auto Parts (NYSE:AAP) is down more than 15% after missing badly on the bottom line in its third-quarter earnings report. The company’s revenue of $2.64 billion came in roughly in-line with expectations. B… Read More “Is Advance Auto Parts a Buy After its Earnings Crash?”

Securing a greener future for all

Published by
The Bangkok Post

With November’s cluster of multilateral meetings — G20, COP27 and the Apec Economic Leaders’ Meeting, for instance — there is some good news: we don’t have to create high carbon emissions to produce economic growth. Consider the growing number of high-to-middle-income economies that have maintained growth while cutting emissions. It’s welcome news in 2022 — a year of renewed vigour and live gatherings once again after the gloom of the Covid-19 pandemic. Its effects on the health, social fabric and economic well-being of the World have been severe, its damage incalculable. The pandemic has made… Read More “Securing a greener future for all”

Andy Cohen Trolls Bravo Fans For Reaction To Ramona Singer’s ‘RHONY’ Exit: ‘It’s So Funny’

Published by
OK Magazine

Andy Cohen had quite a laugh after seeing the public’s response to Ramona Singer’s exit from The Real Housewives of New York City. During the Wednesday, November 16, broadcast of the Watch What Happens Live host’s Sirius XM radio show, “Radio Andy,” Cohen commented for the first time on the OG housewife’s announcement that she will be leaving the franchise after her 13-season run. “It’s interesting, [it’s] one of those hilarious things of the internet, which is, every time it was mentioned, it was ‘Please, no Ramona.’ You go on Twitter, ‘Get rid of Ramona!’” the executive producer said of the … Read More “Andy Cohen Trolls Bravo Fans For Reaction To Ramona Singer’s ‘RHONY’ Exit: ‘It’s So Funny’”

£3.4m funding granted to Royal Papworth researchers to probe machine-learning technology for cystic fibrosis and NCFB patients

Published by
Cambridge Independent

By paul.brackley@iliffemedia.co.uk (Paul Brackley) Researchers at Royal Papworth Hospital have been awarded £3.4million for new UK-wide trials to investigate if machine-learning technology can transform how people living with chronic respiratory conditions manage their health. They will explore home monitoring and the use of decision-support algorithms for people with cystic fibrosis (CF) and non-CF bronchiectasis (NCFB). Earlier work suggests the approach could help spot the signs of lung infections days before symptoms appear, preventing admissions to hospital. The team previously ran a mult… Read More “£3.4m funding granted to Royal Papworth researchers to probe machine-learning technology for cystic fibrosis and NCFB patients”

Stellantis to buy software developer aiMotive in autonomous driving push

Published by
Reuters UK

MILAN (Reuters) – Carmaker Stellantis said on Thursday it had agreed to buy aiMotive, a Hungary-based developer of advanced artificial intelligence and autonomous driving software, to advance its technology development efforts. No financial details of the transaction were disclosed. The acquisition enhances Stellantis’ artificial intelligence and autonomous driving core technology, expands its global talent pool, and boosts the mid-term development of its all-new STLA AutoDrive platform, the company added in a statement. The deal also supports Stellantis’ ambition to generate around 20 billion… Read More “Stellantis to buy software developer aiMotive in autonomous driving push”

How fast internet adoption could propel Tanzania’s economic growth

Published by
The Citizen

Dar es Salaam. The adoption of 5G technology offers Tanzania and other African countries the potential to transform their economies through the fourth industrial revolution (4IR), experts say. Those who spoke to The Citizen said the adoption could have a positive impact on the continent’s economy, saying that if properly adopted and implemented, it will provide businesses and individuals with the necessary infrastructure to effectively participate in the global workforce. It would revolutionise the way Tanzanians and Africans in general conduct e-commerce and the way they deliver health and ed… Read More “How fast internet adoption could propel Tanzania’s economic growth”