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Disney Imagineers see a of new possibilities in giving customers what they want

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Orlando Sentinel

ORLANDO, Fla. — Walt Disney was always a step ahead of others in the entertainment industry, from pioneering animation and live-action films to revolutionizing theme parks. He dreamed others would carry on his legacy of using the latest technologies to enhance the Walt Disney Co.’s storytelling, something Imagineers — members of Disney’s various creative teams — strive to do to this day, said Stacia Martin, an artist and historian with The Walt Disney Co. “(Imagineers must) be innovative, be creative, but also remember that families are entrusting their future memories to you, and so make thin… Read More “Disney Imagineers see a of new possibilities in giving customers what they want”

Japanese Movies, Dramas and Anime Like Squid Game

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GaijinPot

There is no escaping the inevitable question, “Have you seen Squid Game yet?” It’s an international craze, hitting no.1 on Netflix in over 90 countries and sets to eclipse streaming records for a non-English language show. But what makes the show so addictive? Its premise sees hundreds of debt-riddled outcasts fight for a chance to win an astronomical amount of money. The catch: if you don’t pass a series of Korean playground games, you’re mercilessly slaughtered. Squid Game’s success may come as a shock to those well-versed in Japanese media as bloody survival games have been in the zeitgeist… Read More “Japanese Movies, Dramas and Anime Like Squid Game”

Azerbaijan creates several medical centers in Baku following reforms in healthcare system

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Azer News

By Trend Within reforms in the healthcare system in Azerbaijan, the State Agency on Mandatory Health Insurance (MHI) has created 11 medical centers in Baku, Director of the Clinical Medical Center Konul Alakbarov told Trend. According to him, in accordance with the structural changes, medical institutions providing multidisciplinary inpatient and specialized polyclinic services in the capital were transferred to the subordination of medical centers of the corresponding direction. “To ensure access of citizens to medical services, to provide them with specialized medical services in a single me… Read More “Azerbaijan creates several medical centers in Baku following reforms in healthcare system”

Road test: Mercedes strikes back at Tesla with electric EQS flagship

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DPA

Mercedes-Benz has done an fine job with the electrified EQS limousine, delivering a sophisticated car that counts among the German maker’s finest. The sleek saloon is also a far cry from the collection of half-hearted electric SUVs which have paved the brand’s electric avenue so far. The brief in Stuttgart was to design nothing less than the World’s best electric limousine, a stand-alone, battery-powered equal to the range-topping S-Class but radically different. Those expectations should easily be fulfilled when the EQS enters showrooms in Europe at the end of the year priced from 98,000 euro… Read More “Road test: Mercedes strikes back at Tesla with electric EQS flagship”

The Strength Of Canada’s Equity Market In The Midst Of A Changing Global Environment

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ValueWalk

Canada is one of the largest developed economies in the World, boasting a nominal GDP of $1.8 trillion and a diverse base of sophisticated industrial and service sectors. Thanks to its robust economic credentials and effective corporate governance record, the Canadian equity market has been a popular choice for investors and a leading performer over the last decade. Q2 2021 hedge fund letters, conferences and more The strength of the Canadian market has been highlighted by strong market sentiment and impressive performance in key indices. For starters, the TSX Composite, which tracks the perfo… Read More “The Strength Of Canada’s Equity Market In The Midst Of A Changing Global Environment”

Commentary: Artificial intelligence is changing how HR is handled at companies. But do robots care about your civil rights?

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Chicago Tribune

With 86% of major U.S. corporations predicting that artificial intelligence will become a “mainstream technology” at their company this year, management-by-algorithm is no longer the stuff of science fiction. AI has already transformed the way workers are recruited, hired, trained, evaluated and even fired. One recent study found that 83% of human resources leaders rely in some form on technology in employment decision-making. For example, at UPS, AI monitors and reports on driver safety and productivity, tracking drivers’ every movement from the time they buckle their seat belts to the freque… Read More “Commentary: Artificial intelligence is changing how HR is handled at companies. But do robots care about your civil rights?”

The Co-Op partners with Amazon Prime for UK food delivery

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BANG Showbiz English

The Co-op partners with Amazon Prime to offer food delivery in the UK. The supermarket chain has teamed up with the delivery company to enable customers across the UK to do their whole grocery shop online with the option of same-day delivery. The new partnership was launched in Glasgow and surrounding areas on Thursday (16.09.21) and will be rolled out to other parts of the UK before the end of the year. Amazon Prime customers will be able to do their food shopping on the Amazon UK connection, and will have the option to have their order delivered the same day for free if they spend over £40 on t… Read More “The Co-Op partners with Amazon Prime for UK food delivery”

Electronics startup aims to turn the Philippines into new ‘Asian Tiger’

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Philippine Star

Philstar.com September 11, 2021 | 4:45pm MANILA, Philippines — Filipino product developers have always been lauded for having “diskarte” and coming up with ingenious ways of problem-solving, but through one Filipino startup’s effort, they no longer have to make do with limited resources as affordable 3D printers, electronics, and robotics components are now within their reach. “Our goal is to fuel the Filipino product developers’ innate passion and creativity, spawn a higher value-added consumer electronics industry and support the nation’s aspiration to become a new Asian Tiger as we enjoy ra… Read More “Electronics startup aims to turn the Philippines into new ‘Asian Tiger’”

Products of the Week: Smart Ray-Bans, Peloton Apparel and Intimacy Vape Pens

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InsideHook

By Logan Mahan Each week, our inbox runneth over with news of gear, apparel and tech releases from around the World. In this feature, we’ll parse through the best of them. Today: a Facebook x Ray-Ban collab, clothes from Peloton and an arousing CBD vape pen. Ray-Ban Stories Smart GlassesWhat’s better than a pair of timeless Ray-Ban Wayfarers? We still say nothing. But if you ask Mark Zuckerberg, that goofy tech overlord would tell you the new smart glasses Facebook has cooked up with Ray-Ban are, in fact, better than the originals. These shades can capture photos and video using two 5MP camera… Read More “Products of the Week: Smart Ray-Bans, Peloton Apparel and Intimacy Vape Pens”

Soaring Investment Is Behind Current Tech Unicorn Boom

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ValueWalk

The tech sector is currently booming in key markets. The U.K., the U.S., and Europe are witnessing a huge investment increase in unicorn tech in H12021, with the land of Boris Johnson counting up to 100 start-ups worth more than $1 billion. A great deal of them belongs to the realms of Artificial Intelligence, robotics, and automation. [soros] Q2 2021 hedge fund letters, conferences and more Unicorn BoomHigh-value start-ups have been on the up since 2018. Despite the pandemic decelerating the global economy, experts agree that unicorns are close to their peak as their number has nearly doubled… Read More “Soaring Investment Is Behind Current Tech Unicorn Boom”