Why AI tools, like GPT, are now at the frontline of the City’s talent war?

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City AM

By Louis Goss Major advancements in artificial intelligence (AI) technology are rapidly transforming the ways that law firms and accounting firms work. The World’s top professional services firms are now increasingly starting to use increasingly sophisticated AI tech in their everyday work. However, increased use of AI technology is not just the inevitable result of technological innovation, but instead an outcome of the shifts have transformed the legal and professional services sectors in recent years. While law firms and accounting firms have in many ways been sheltered from previous waves … Read More “Why AI tools, like GPT, are now at the frontline of the City’s talent war?”

Top Moments (and Surprises) of the NCAA Women’s Tournament

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Sports Illustrated

By Emma Baccellieri The top seeds are rolling, but so are some double-digit seeds in the first round of the women’s tournament. While the first day of the NCAA women’s tournament was mostly chalk, the second day of the first round saw its fair share of upsets and comebacks. Much has gone as planned for the top seeds, but the biggest surprises have come from middle-of-the pack teams that have shaken up the bracket a bit. Here’s a round-up of some of the top moments and story lines. Top seeds roll—even with some limitationsSo this wasn’t exactly a surprise. But it’s still worth noting: All eight… Read More “Top Moments (and Surprises) of the NCAA Women’s Tournament”

‘They have not done anything’: Hunt slammed for failing to back solar energy in Budget

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City AM

By Nicholas Earl The government should have prioritised ramping up renewables such as solar power instead of pledging £20bn to carbon capture, usage and storage, argued energy bosses, industry bodies and think tanks. Nigel Pocklington, chief executive of supplier Good Energy told City A.M. that CCUS had a role in the path to net zero, even if it was sometimes used as a “fig leaf for maintaining fossil fuel interests longer.” However, he criticised the comparative lack of policies and funding in the Budget towards reviving onshore wind and boosting solar power – an increasingly gaping issue wit… Read More “‘They have not done anything’: Hunt slammed for failing to back solar energy in Budget”

Edwin Diaz Injury Proves That WBC Change Needs Be Made

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uSports.org

The Edwin Diaz injury proves there needs to be a change made to the World Baseball Classic going forward. Now, of course, it’s not to blame the tournament itself – it’s rather the timing of it all. The WBC is happening while MLB spring training is ongoing and some players have opted not to play in the WBC and focus on solely getting ready with the team in 2023. It makes sense to have some kind of pre-season to get players back in the mold of playing games after months of not. But the WBC happens only every four years – and some players want to play in it as it might only be a once-in-a-lifetim… Read More “Edwin Diaz Injury Proves That WBC Change Needs Be Made”

Sierra Space Advances to the Forefront of Commercial and National Security Policy in the Orbital Age™

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Cerebral Overload

Sierra Space, a leading, pureplay commercial space company building the first end-to-end business and technology platform in space, today announced the creation of a new strategy and government affairs group that positions the company for long-term success and growth in the Orbital Age.™ “Tim has the proven execution track record, unparalleled expertise and unyielding integrity necessary to lead our company’s new strategy and global government operations group.”Tweet this To lead this dynamic new organization, Sierra Space recruited one of Washington, D.C.’s most prominent and seasoned governm… Read More “Sierra Space Advances to the Forefront of Commercial and National Security Policy in the Orbital Age™”

How AI could upend the even more than electricity or the internet

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AFP

San Francisco (AFP) – The rise of artificial general intelligence — now seen as inevitable in Silicon Valley — will bring change that is “orders of magnitude” greater than anything the World has yet seen, observers say. But are we ready? AGI — defined as artificial intelligence with human cognitive abilities, as opposed to more narrow artificial intelligence, such as the headline-grabbing ChatGPT — could free people from menial tasks and usher in a new era of creativity. But such a historic paradigm shift could also threaten jobs and raise insurmountable social issues, experts warn.  Previ… Read More “How AI could upend the even more than electricity or the internet”