ABBA’s Björn: AI will write better songs than many musicians

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DPA

ABBA musician Björn Ulvaeus believes that artificial intelligence (AI) will be able to write better music than many humans over time. Earlier on Friday, during an appearance at the DLD innovation conference in Munich, he pointed out that as many as 100,000 songs and other recordings were released on the Spotify streaming service every day last year. “Don’t you think that an AI will be able to write better music than a lot of those 100,000 songs a day?” he asked later. “It will happen. I’m afraid it will happen.” Software that can generate at least parts of songs automatically is already being … Read More “ABBA’s Björn: AI will write better songs than many musicians”

Leveraging Social Media To Grow Your Career In 2023

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ValueWalk

Job-hopping has become a workplace trend among young working professionals in the post-pandemic labor market. A recent Gallup study found that 60% of surveyed millennials – ages 27 to 40 years – are more likely to look for different opportunities this year. The percentage of non-millennials workers looking to switch jobs is roughly 15% lower. Q4 2022 hedge fund letters, conferences and more A majority of Generation Z candidates have also claimed that they are likely to make a job change this year. In a 2022 Lever Great Resignation report, around 65% of Gen Z professionals said that they are li… Read More “Leveraging Social Media To Grow Your Career In 2023”

Biden classified docs: disaster or just distraction?

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AFP

Washington (AFP) – Disaster or mere distraction? The mess over President Joe Biden’s stray classified documents could turn out to be nothing, but at minimum promises a speed bump in his smooth path to a reelection campaign. “It will hurt. The only question is how much,” American University politics professor Allan Lichtman said. Biden hasn’t yet confirmed he’s running for another four years in 2024, but is expected to make his plans clear within weeks. News Friday that he’ll be delivering the annual State of the Union speech on February 7 — a chance to lay out his agenda before a massive TV a… Read More “Biden classified docs: disaster or just distraction?”

One of N.J.’s largest school districts says students no longer need to wear masks

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NJ.com

The school district in New Jersey’s third-largest city isrescinding the mask mandate in has had in place since Jan. 3. Paterson schools required students and teachers to wear masks after the resumption of classes following the holiday break amid rising cases of COVID-19 in the region. But, Schools Superintendent Eileen Shafer said conditions had improved enough on Friday to return to a mask-optional policy starting Tuesday. Schools are closed Monday for the Martin Luther King Jr. Day holiday. “The data has shown a recent downward trend in COVID-19 cases both within the district and throughout … Read More “One of N.J.’s largest school districts says students no longer need to wear masks”

Tottenham vs Arsenal – Premier League: TV channel, team news, lineups & prediction

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90min (EN)

By Jude Summerfield Sunday afternoon’s north London derby sees Spurs and Arsenal square off at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium with the two sides chasing alternate targets in the second half of the season. Tottenham have spluttered and failed to kick into gear throughout the season but remain close enough to the clubs eyeing up Champions League qualification. However, the Gunners have produced their finest run of form in years to sit at the top of the Premier League. The normal derby day bragging rights are at stake in what could prove to be a pivotal matchday in both clubs’ seasons. Where are Totte… Read More “Tottenham vs Arsenal – Premier League: TV channel, team news, lineups & prediction”

Very: Shoppers splurge on air friers and games consoles, but group sales slide

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City AM

By Jess Jones Sales at online retailer Very rose 2.2 per cent year-on-year during the busy festive season. Toys, gifts and beauty and home departments were the main beneficiaries of the spending splurge, with sales up 17.7 per cent and 10.2 per cent respectively. Games consoles and Ninja air fryers were the bestselling items during the seven weeks between Black Friday and Christmas. Lionel Desclée, CEO of Very boss, said: “As expected, our customers prioritised toys, gifts and beauty items for their loved ones, justifying our decision to invest in stock within the category.” However, across th… Read More “Very: Shoppers splurge on air friers and games consoles, but group sales slide”

This application is set to transform makeup application for the visually impaired

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Relaxnews

By esteelauderuk / Instagram Will 2023 be the year of inclusivity in the cosmetics sector? Probably not yet, but innovations are proliferating in the industry to make beauty accessible to as many people as possible. The latest takes the form of a voice-controlled makeup assistant to facilitate makeup application for visually impaired users. Will 2023 be the year of inclusivity in the cosmetics sector? Probably not yet, but innovations are proliferating in the industry to make beauty accessible to as many people as possible. The latest takes the form of a voice-controlled makeup assistant to fa… Read More “This application is set to transform makeup application for the visually impaired”

Top 12 Ways Biometric Technology can Support Healthcare

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One day, you won’t need keys or passwords to get into buildings, use electronic equipment, or even enter a country. Instead, you’ll use biometric technology like your fingerprint, face, or retina to get in. Even though fingerprints have been used to identify people for hundreds of years, biometric technology is now being used in industries like finance and transportation. Alphonse Bertillon, a French anthropologist, was the one who came up with the idea for modern biometrics. In 1879, he came up with The Bertillon System, in which police took pictures of criminals and wrote down what made them… Read More “Top 12 Ways Biometric Technology can Support Healthcare”

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Tesla extends price cuts to U.S., Europe to drive demand

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Reuters UK

(Reuters) – Tesla has slashed prices on its electric vehicles in the United States and Europe by as much as 20%, extending a strategy of aggressive discounting after missing Wall Street estimates for 2022 deliveries. The move, which prompted a 4.5% fall in Tesla’s shares in pre-market U.S. trade, came after CEO Elon Musk warned that the prospect of recession and higher interest rates meant it could lower prices to sustain volume growth at the expense of profit. The lower pricing across Tesla’s major markets marks a reversal from the strategy the automaker had pursued through much of 2021 and 2… Read More “Tesla extends price cuts to U.S., Europe to drive demand”