Three Ways 5G Will Empower Your Business

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After looming on the horizon for a number of years, the rollouts of 5G are now accelerating rapidly, and the technology is increasingly becoming available to businesses across Australia. The hype behind the technology is huge, but is it just that – hype – or is it going to deliver something meaningful to business? Q3 2021 hedge fund letters, conferences and more Perhaps the biggest proof that 5G is set to be something big is headlines like “5G will set fire to the Fourth Industrial Revolution.” Driven by automation, AI, the Internet-of-Things (IoT) and quantum computing, the Fourth Industrial … Read More “Three Ways 5G Will Empower Your Business”

REELZ Explores ‘Batman to Wonder Woman: TV’s Favorite Superheroes’ In New Documentary Featuring Exclusive Interview With Adam West

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Before his 2017 death, Batman’s Adam West opened up in an exclusive interview for REELZ’s Batman to Wonder Woman: TV’s Favorite Superheroes on how he made the iconic character his own. “They wanted it very straight and Lone Ranger, kind of thing and nothing behind the mask. I couldn’t do that. I felt that Batman is a very interesting character, but even comedically, as the Bright Knight, and not the Dark Knight, you had to have fun with it,” West reveals. “In the ’60’s the three B’s: Bond, Beatles and Batman — and I thought, ‘My God, I’m a part of that trio.'” ANGELINA JOLIE BRINGS CHILDREN MA… Read More “REELZ Explores ‘Batman to Wonder Woman: TV’s Favorite Superheroes’ In New Documentary Featuring Exclusive Interview With Adam West”

How a Syrian Civil War child refugee overcame the odds to become a pro gamer

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A Fortnite professional player for Team 33, Mony is only 18 years old and has already earned over $41,000 in winnings from his successful career. But long before Mony ever dropped from his first battle bus in 2017, he was already beating the odds. As a child refugee of the Syria Civil War, Mony’s is a story of violence and survival, fear and courage; a story of airstrikes and bomb rains as everyday events and living under siege, hoping to one day escape the gehenna of war. * * * Chapter I: WarBorn in Syria in 2003, Mony lived there with his family for the first 12 years of his life. Until he w… Read More “How a Syrian Civil War child refugee overcame the odds to become a pro gamer”

5 Industries Benefiting from Improved Productivity and Efficiency

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Over the past few centuries, society has undergone several Industrial Revolutions where improved productivity was the main focus. Each one introduced different kinds of innovations like mechanized fabric making, product standardization, and digital communications. Certainly, they were different in terms of what they brought to the societal table. Yet, they all had one thing in common: They enabled exciting methods of workforce efficiency on unparalleled scales. Today, we’re nestled somewhere around the Fourth or Fifth Industrial Revolution. As a result, efficiency and its cousin, productivity,… Read More “5 Industries Benefiting from Improved Productivity and Efficiency”

Readworthy — Atlas of AI by Kate Crawford

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Artificial intelligence has been integrated into our everyday lives to a shocking degree. Walking down the street, we may not be consciously thinking about this. Understanding the process of this relentless integration can help us all know how our current reality has come to be. The new book, by Australian author Dr. Kate Crawford, Atlas of AI: Power, Politics, and the Planetary Costs of Artificial Intelligence helps to bring these two words down to earth, grounding the concept in social, political, environmental, and economic realities. Crawford has put in the hours to understand AI, and now … Read More “Readworthy — Atlas of AI by Kate Crawford”

Egypt detains ’s first robot artist Ai-Da

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A hyper-realistic robot called Ai-Da was detained by Egypt customs over concerns of espionage as she travelled to the country to exhibit her art. Security forces detained Ai-Da, one of the World’s first artificial intelligence artists, for ten days. She and her sculpture were flown to Cairo in specialised flight cases ahead of the “Forever is Now” exhibition, which runs until 7 November. According to Aidan Meller, one of the creators of Ai-Da, the border guards were concerned that she had a modem – a hardware device that converts data from a digital format – and cameras in her eyes, which she … Read More “Egypt detains ’s first robot artist Ai-Da”

Is a name change on the cards for Facebook?

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The news has sent shockwaves through the World of social media. In fact, soon Facebook may no longer even exist — sort of — as Mark Zuckerberg could soon unveil a new name for his group. Due to recent bad press, the American giant could be considering rebranding. Is Facebook set to disappear? So reports The Verge, in any case. According to the American media, Mark Zuckerberg is poised to announce a new name for his Facebook company, which encompasses, among other things, Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp and Oculus applications. For the American giant, this rebranding would put the group’s socia… Read More “Is a name change on the cards for Facebook?”

Why Do Men Keep Their Shirts on During Sex?

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By Kayla Kibbe I have a few questions for men who keep their shirts on during sex, namely: Why? As a woman who refused to remove her bra during sex for the first four years of my sex-having career because I was afraid my tits were weird, I don’t really have any business questioning anyone else’s choice tokeep an article of clothing on during the act. But as a sex writer — or, as Carrie Bradshaw once embarrassingly put it, “sort of a sexual anthropologist” — it’s kind of my job. So let’s move on with this friendly interrogation, shall we? This is a phenomenon that I’ve noticed occasionally and … Read More “Why Do Men Keep Their Shirts on During Sex?”

NATO to agree master plan to deter growing Russian threat, diplomats say

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By Robin Emmott BRUSSELS (Reuters) – NATO defence ministers are set to agree a new master plan on Thursday to defend against any potential Russian attack on multiple fronts, reasserting a bid to deter Moscow despite the alliance’s new focus on China, diplomats and officials said. The strategy, which is confidential, goes beyond existing regional defence plans and aims to prepare for any simultaneous attack in the Baltic and Black Sea regions, possibly including nuclear weapons, hacking of computer networks or from space. Officials and diplomats say no such attack is imminent. Russia denies any… Read More “NATO to agree master plan to deter growing Russian threat, diplomats say”

Taiwan: deepfake pornographic video victims call for new laws against sexual violence in cyberspace

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The comedian Mr. Bean’s face was swapped with Charlize Theron’s in an Ad. Screenshot from Fat Ninja’s YouTube video Taiwan’s recent arrest of popular YouTuber Xiao Yu, Zhu Yuchen, for allegedly selling deepfake pornographic videos of public figures has drawn public attention to artificial intelligence (AI) crimes and the government’s lack of laws to address sexual violence in cyberspace. Xiao Yu was arrested, along with two of his associates, on October 17 for selling AI-generated deep fake pornographic videos of public figures via a Telegram group since July 2020. The three were released on b… Read More “Taiwan: deepfake pornographic video victims call for new laws against sexual violence in cyberspace”