Elon Musk Introduces New Chief of Twitter 2.0

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The Street

By Luc Olinga Elon Musk is once again in the headlines. The Techno King caused a real earthquake on May 11 by announcing to everyone’s surprise that he had found a CEO to succeed him at the head of Twitter. Three months ago, the Techno King said he would remain boss of the microblogging site until the end of the year. “I think I need to stabilize the organization and just make sure it’s in a financially healthy place and that the product roadmap is clearly laid out,” Musk said during a remote video interview on Feb.15. “I’m guessing probably towards the end of this year should be a good timing… Read More “Elon Musk Introduces New Chief of Twitter 2.0”

The Spanish Prime Minister Sanchez Declares The Needs A Leader Like President Biden

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The Pavlovic Today

Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez met with US President Joe Biden on Tuesday to discuss a range of topics, including the defense of democracy, bilateral relations, and global issues. During the meeting, Sanchez praised Biden’s commitment to democracy, stating, “I see you as a reference in the defense of democracy, as many citizens around the World would have never imagined that democracy would be under threat precisely here in Washington, in the United States.” Sanchez emphasized the strength of the relationship between the US and Spain, describing them as “allies, friends, and also strateg… Read More “The Spanish Prime Minister Sanchez Declares The Needs A Leader Like President Biden”

NielsenIQ makes second attempt to gain EU nod for GfK merger

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Reuters UK

By Foo Yun Chee BRUSSELS (Reuters) – Advent-owned NielsenIQ has made another attempt to secure EU antitrust approval for its merger with German peer GfK, with an EU decision due by June 20, according to a European Commission filing on Friday. The U.S. consumer market research company pulled its first filing three weeks ago, just before the EU competition enforcer was due to open a full-scale investigation into the deal. The company submitted its second request for approval of the deal on Thursday. NielsenIQ, which is present in more than 90 markets covering more than 90% of the World’s populat… Read More “NielsenIQ makes second attempt to gain EU nod for GfK merger”

MLB Best Bets and Picks for Friday, May 12

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Sports Illustrated

By Jennifer Piacenti The Marlins are calling up top pitching prospect Eury Perez and in honor of the move, we are going to bet on Perez in a handful of markets, plus there’s some great trends to take advantage of when placing MLB bets in the Rangers and Athletics matchup. Eury Perez’s MLB Debut Best Bet The Bet: Over 4.5 K (-130) We are going to back the 20-year-old phenom to exceed his player prop in his major league debut. Not only has his swing and miss rate in the minors been the same as Jacob DeGrom’s (21%), the Reds have the fourth-highest K rate in the league at 24.6%. Perez has been st… Read More “MLB Best Bets and Picks for Friday, May 12”

Exploring the Chic Me Online Shopping

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Exploring the Chic Me Online Shopping experience is a great way to find the latest fashion trends and styles. With a wide selection of clothing, shoes, and accessories, Chic Me offers a unique shopping experience that caters to all sizes. Whether you’re looking for something casual or formal, Chic Me has something for everyone. Their easy-to-navigate connection makes it easy to find the perfect outfit for any occasion. Plus, their free shipping and returns make it easy to shop with confidence. With Chic Me, you can be sure to find the perfect look for any occasion. Shopping with Chic Me offers a … Read More “Exploring the Chic Me Online Shopping”

How remote work is changing American culture

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Computer World

By Mike Elgan BodyTech philosophers have been waxing verbose lately about the culture-shifting power of generative artificial intelligence (AI). Body“Artificial intelligence is transforming the World,” said the Brookings Institute. “Generative AI changes everything,” the Harvard Business Review proclaimed. BodyAnd that’s true. But the biggest tech-driven culture change at the moment — far bigger than AI — is the move to remote work. BodyHere are the five biggest ways remote work is changing American culture. 1. How cities work BodyExperts have differing views about whether the remote work revo… Read More “How remote work is changing American culture”

How mixed reality can revolutionise audience interaction and provide revenue streams

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City AM

By Darren Parkin by Alex Kane, CEO Volta The emergence of new technologies is fundamentally changing the role of music, relegating it to a component of an artist’s brand and in turn resulting in a new art form: interactive experiences, monetized by in-experience purchases. More than 100,000 tracks are being uploaded to streaming services every day, up from 70k just 18 months ago and the vast majority of them have 0 or 1 listens. As more and more people use services like Spotify as a way to discover new music this trend has real implications for musicians wanting to be heard. As the quantity of… Read More “How mixed reality can revolutionise audience interaction and provide revenue streams”

Artificial intelligence could end up becoming ‘teachers’ in ‘dystopian’ future

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Artificial intelligence could end up being used to teach children as part of a “dystopian” future. Rose Luckin, a professor at University College London Knowledge Lab, has predicted AI applications could takes over most aspects of education, resulting in a cheaper system with limited human interaction – particularly for less privileged students – or an alternative future where technology supports teachers without compromising vital human element of education. She told The Guardian: “There’s a dystopian version where you hand over far too much to the AI. “And you end up with an education system… Read More “Artificial intelligence could end up becoming ‘teachers’ in ‘dystopian’ future”

AI content is meddling in Turkey’s election. Experts warn it’s just the beginning

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Turkish Internet users were surprised to discover that Kemal Kilicdaroglu, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s main challenger in Sunday’s election, spoke perfect English in a video posted online two weeks ago. “The apple of my eye speaks English too. I promise you grandpa, we’re going to make you president,” a Twitter user commented, sharing the video of the 74-year-old candidate. But two days later, the independent Turkish fact-checking connection Teyit revealed the video had been fabricated. According to Teyit, which means confirmation in Turkish, the AI-generated video didn’t intend to fool anyo… Read More “AI content is meddling in Turkey’s election. Experts warn it’s just the beginning”

MAGA school board candidate railed against Black ‘criminals’ and called Jan 6 a ‘setup’: report

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Raw Story

A Trump-supporting school board candidate in the Upstate New York community of Carmel has been exposed for a series of offensive and extremist social media posts, reported The Examiner News on Friday. “Carmela Atria, one of three trustee hopefuls who will be competing for two available seats on May 16, recently responded to a woman in a heated exchange over Atria’s views about Black Lives Matter,” reported Rick Pezzullo. “Based on screenshots of the debate, the woman, identified as LaShon Bailey, stated, ‘Y’all are outta control! I can’t believe you butt hurt about me saying black lives matter… Read More “MAGA school board candidate railed against Black ‘criminals’ and called Jan 6 a ‘setup’: report”