Elon Musk Says Living Past 100 Isn’t Good

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The Street

By Luc Olinga The billionaire entrepreneur promises that humans will soon live on Mars. Elon Musk sees himself as a visionary, aiming to transform civilization with his companies, including Tesla. One of the others, Neuralink, is an artificial- intelligence company, designing and installing brain-machine interfaces. The goal is to strengthen our cognitive abilities via direct interactions with our brains. During Tesla AI Day last September, the billionaire vowed to create a “future of abundance” with AI by producing a machine — Optimus, a humanoid robot — that can replace humans. ‘We Could D… Read More “Elon Musk Says Living Past 100 Isn’t Good”

How Morocco hopes to become a new hub for emerging technologies under new investment model

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Euronews (English)

Morocco is a country on the move, and was at this year’s World Economic Forum meeting in Davos to showcase just how far the country has come in the last decade with investment. Morocco’s parliament has just passed its new Charter of Investment, a development model which aims to facilitate investment in major projects in the North African country. From the construction of a high-speed railway to new motorway networks and Africa’s biggest container port, Morocco is now seeking to make its mark on emerging technologies, including artificial intelligence, Ali Seddiki, the Managing Director of AMDI… Read More “How Morocco hopes to become a new hub for emerging technologies under new investment model”

Dejounte Murray Reveals He Still Has Beef With Paolo Banchero

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Fadeaway World

By Orlando Silva Dejounte Murray makes a big revelation about his relationship with Orlando Magic rookie Paolo Banchero. Dejounte Murray and Paolo Banchero starred in a big moment during the 2022 NBA offseason, clashing on the court and beefing for a little while after an altercation during a summer run. After their initial clash on the court, things got more interesting, as Banchero took to social media to call out Murray. The situation apparently cooled off after that, with them making amends at Jamal Crawford’s “CrawsOver” pro-am league, with Crawford even saying there was no bad blood betw… Read More “Dejounte Murray Reveals He Still Has Beef With Paolo Banchero”

Leicester 2-2 Brighton: Player ratings as Ferguson snatches point for Seagulls

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90min (EN)

By Jude Summerfield Leicester were denied a morale-boosting win as Evan Ferguson snatched a point for Brighton with a late header in an entertaining 2-2 draw at the King Power Stadium on Saturday. Kaoru Mitoma cut inside and curled home a beauty to fire the Seagulls into the lead, but Marc Albrighton levelled by steering in at the near post after some chaotic defending from the visitors. The Foxes went ahead in the second half when the unmarked Barnes struck, beating Robert Sanchez with a powerful strike from close range. However, Brighton pressed and took home a share of the spoils when Fergu… Read More “Leicester 2-2 Brighton: Player ratings as Ferguson snatches point for Seagulls”

NFL Divisional Round Playoff Betting Preview

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Prime Time Sports Talk

The NFL playoffs are underway, and after one of the more competitive wild card rounds in recent memory, the divisional round is shaping up to be an excellent slate of games. Two games on Saturday, Two games on Sunday. There will be plenty of action to watch. That said, there are also great betting lines, odds, and props for all four games this weekend—no need to go to multiple places. We have you covered with a quick overview of each game, the latest lines, and the odds. It is worth mentioning in the wildcard round, 5 of 6 games hit the over on total points. The only game that didn’t only miss… Read More “NFL Divisional Round Playoff Betting Preview”

Serta Simmons Bedding Announces Updates to Key Lines in its Serta and Beautyrest Portfolio

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Cerebral Overload

Serta Simmons Bedding (SSB), one of the leading global sleep companies, today announced updates to key lines in its mattress portfolio across its Serta® and Beautyrest® brands. Highlight launches, which will be on display at Winter Las Vegas Market beginning Jan. 29, include the next generation of Serta’s iComfort® line, Serta iComfortECOTM, which integrates more sustainable materials, as well as the improved Serta Perfect Sleeper® collection, which delivers the brand’s trademark comfort as well as zoned support, at more accessible price points. In addition, SSB announced that it will be unvei… Read More “Serta Simmons Bedding Announces Updates to Key Lines in its Serta and Beautyrest Portfolio”

Football Reacts To Cowboys Kicker Decision

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The Spun

By Daniel Bates Prior to last week’s wild card win over the Bucs, Cowboys kicker Brett Maher had been about as steady as they come. Until he wasn’t… But after signing another kicker this week, Dallas reportedly decided to stick with its guy ahead of tomorrow’s game. Per the NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport: “The Cowboys did not activate kicker Tristan Vizcaino from the practice squad, meaning they are rolling with Brett Maher vs. the 49ers.” The football World reacted to the news out of Dallas on Saturday. “Guys I don’t know about you… But something feels very foreshadowing-esque about this!” twee… Read More “Football Reacts To Cowboys Kicker Decision”

Chelsea, £400m of signings, long contracts and Financial Fair Play: Key questions answered

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City AM

By Frank Dalleres Chelsea have raised eyebrows by spending close to £400m since Todd Boehly’s consortium bought the club last summer, including more than £100m in the January transfer window, but has it left the Premier League club in danger of breaking Financial Fair Play (FFP) rules? Why have they been signing players to unusually long contracts? And how important is it that Chelsea qualify for the Champions League next season? City A.M. asked David Díaz, head of sports law at Baker McKenzie Madrid. Does Chelsea’s spending put them in danger of breaking Financial Fair Play rules? The new own… Read More “Chelsea, £400m of signings, long contracts and Financial Fair Play: Key questions answered”

The dark side of student life

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The Citizen

Dar es Salaam. The lack of parental care and guidance, economic hardships, and the influence of peer groups are some of the reasons behind the massive failure in the recently announced Form Two National Assessment (FTNA) examinations. Narrating their ordeal, some victims of the FTNA failure said the above challenge forced them into underage prostitution, drug peddling, and involvement in street musical activities famously known in Kiswahili as ‘vigodoro’. This week, this paper ran a special report where local leaders and teachers opened up about what they thought was behind the mass failure in… Read More “The dark side of student life”

Why more and more brides are going down the aisle in Dubai

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Euronews (English)

The Middle East destination wedding market is estimated to be worth more than €4 billion and for increasing numbers of couples their journey down the aisle is leading them to Dubai. With year-round sunshine, five-star ballrooms and beaches, and multi-faith churches and temples, the expanding industry is big business. Easy Wedding Dubai facilitates marriages for people of all nationalities and religious denominations both from within the UAE and overseas. “We assess the situation and based on their religion, nationality and residency, we will offer them the best options, legal advice and soluti… Read More “Why more and more brides are going down the aisle in Dubai”