Ethereum (ETH) Price Predictions – What Experts Think About Shapella, the SEC and LSDs

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Finder’s panel of 32 experts predict ETH will peak at $2,758 in 2023 and that the next big battle is with the SEC. Ethereum has just completed another major milestone, with the Shapella upgrade going live earlier this month. Shapella enables the withdrawal of ETH from the Beacon Chain. This means that large amounts of Ether could potentially be withdrawn and sold off. This has led to intense speculation about what will happen to the price of ETH now that Shapella is live. Ethereum Price Predictions: Experts disagree on Shapella Our panelists have been split over what effect Shapella will have … Read More “Ethereum (ETH) Price Predictions – What Experts Think About Shapella, the SEC and LSDs”

Top Story Lines for the College Football Offseason

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By Pat Forde With the latest window of entry into the transfer portal closing Sunday, college football is in the final stages of sorting out rosters during this dizzying spring. Now it’s time to look at the story lines that will take over the headlines for the next few months, until preseason camps begin. Here are the top 10: 1. Colorado and Deion Sanders push the envelopeWith a nontraditional hire comes nontraditional methods of rebuilding a moribund program. Sanders is personifying program mascot Ralphie, stampeding through the status quo and riling everyone up. Since being hired in December… Read More “Top Story Lines for the College Football Offseason”

Victoria Beckham Hilariously Offers Up David Beckham Thirst Trap in His Underwear on 48th Birthday: ‘You’re Welcome’

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David Beckham almost stripped down into his birthday suit on his special day — and Victoria Beckham was luckily there to capture it. The former Spice Girl, 49, was kind enough to share a cheeky snap of her handsome hunk on his 48th birthday, capturing the former footballer in nothing but a wet pair of Calvin Klein briefs while a smile was plastered on his face as he stood in an outdoor hottub. Capturing her husband — who also wore a gray beanie — from the side, where his tatted arm and muscles were on fully display, Victoria captioned the Tuesday, May 2, Instagram post: “Let’s all celebrate @d… Read More “Victoria Beckham Hilariously Offers Up David Beckham Thirst Trap in His Underwear on 48th Birthday: ‘You’re Welcome’”

Can silent retreats help you disconnect?

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By Yolya / Getty Images If you follow wellness trends on social media, you may have noticed more and more influencers promoting “silent retreats” (or silence retreats) recently. In stark opposition to the bustling and luxury label-filled Dubai vacations that many influencers love to detail, these stays are a totally different kind of escape. Before you sign up for one, remember the main principle is that speaking is completely forbidden. So what’s the objective of these kinds of retreats? Experts and fans say it allows a guest to focus on oneself, meditate, take time for reflection and above a… Read More “Can silent retreats help you disconnect?”

We’re spending less and less time online

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By Jacob Lund / Shuttertock It’s a growing trend. Despite the ever-growing number of distractions tempting them, internet users are actually spending less and less time online, according to a new study. Here’s what we know. It’s a growing trend. Despite the ever-growing number of distractions tempting them, internet users are actually spending less and less time online, according to a new study. Here’s what we know. Most of us don’t notice how much time we’re spending online as we surf from one site to another, checking out social media feeds, news, videos and games. Between the endless amount… Read More “We’re spending less and less time online”

IBM could replace almost 8,000 jobs with AI, boss says as it predicts hiring pause

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By Abby Wallace Artificial intelligence could replace 7,800 jobs at the technology giant, International Business Machines Corporation (IBM), according to its chief executive. Arvind Krishna told Bloomberg News on Monday that the company expected to pause hiring for non-customer facing roles, such as human resources, around 30 per cent of which could be replaced by AI in the next five years. IBM said there is “no blanket hiring ‘pause’ in place.” “IBM is being deliberate and thoughtful in our hiring with a focus on revenue-generating roles, and we’re being very selective when filling jobs that … Read More “IBM could replace almost 8,000 jobs with AI, boss says as it predicts hiring pause”

TikTok will let users generate profile pictures with AI

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By Prostock-Studio / Getty Images This new feature could appeal to fans of the latest gimmicks in the World of tech.. TikTok is reportedly working on an option that would let users automatically generate up to 30 avatars. This new feature could appeal to fans of the latest gimmicks in the World of tech.. TikTok is reportedly working on an option that would let users automatically generate up to 30 avatars. The option, which is still in a test phase, is already accessible to some users in some countries, according to TechCrunch. Screenshots unveiled on Twitter revealed the new tool, which is ac… Read More “TikTok will let users generate profile pictures with AI”

‘Quite Scary’: Godfather Of AI Warns About Its Powers As He Quits Google

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By Hera Rizwan Dr Geoffrey Hinton, the man widely regarded as the godfather of AI has left Google, as reported by TheNew York Times. As the artificial intelligence pioneer left Google, he expressed concerns about the flood of fake information, videos, and images on the internet, as well as the potential for AI to disrupt the employment market. Hinton said that he left the search engine giant to talk openly about the dangers of AI and that he partly regrets his contribution to the area. He was hired by Google a decade ago to assist build the company’s artificial intelligence technologies. What … Read More “‘Quite Scary’: Godfather Of AI Warns About Its Powers As He Quits Google”

‘Godfather of AI’ leaves Google and issues warning

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Artificial intelligence pioneer Geoffrey Hinton has admitted he regrets his work. The 75-year-old cognitive psychologist and computer scientist – often called ‘the Godfather of AI’ – has quit Google and is now speaking freely about the risks around the technology. He told the New York Times: “Look at how it was five years ago and how it is now. Take the difference and propagate it forwards. That’s scary.” He pointed to the way future versions of the technology could be a threat to humanity as they learn various heaviours from a huge amount of data. He added: “The idea that this stuff could act… Read More “‘Godfather of AI’ leaves Google and issues warning”

The Notebook: Deutsche’s Numis deal, the price of commuting and London’s culinary advantage

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By Andy Silvester IF the City has a collective mood, it is safe to say it has not been an overly cheery one in recent times. At a recent private dinner of CEOs, to which I was kindly invited to join, the overarching theme was a nervousness that London is wobbling a little, at least when it comes to capital raising. Public comments by Sir Nigel Wilson this weekend – that UK financial services had “fallen back a bit” – adds to the grumbling. Into this mix, though, came a rather unexpected vote of confidence in the capital. Deutsche Bank’s £410m purchase of Numis, the small and mid-cap broker, ce… Read More “The Notebook: Deutsche’s Numis deal, the price of commuting and London’s culinary advantage”