17Jun/23

ATLAS: EARTH DEPLOYS SHIELD TO PROTECT METAVERSE FROM CHEATERS

Cheaters beware: the world’s top virtual real estate metaverse ATLAS: EARTH is leveraging global risk intelligence company SHIELD’s AI-powered Device Intelligence technology to proactively identify and expel fraudulent users from its platform. Continue reading

17Jun/23

Not Just A Pandemic Perk: Majority of UK Employees Ready To Walk If Companies Don’t Embrace Hybrid Work

This year’s edition of the Greenhouse Candidate Experience Report, surveying over 800 UK-based employees, found that the large majority (77%) would actively search for or be open to a new job if their company rolled back flexible work policies. This data points to the new expectations around work – most workers feel that flexibility is not just a pandemic perk. Continue reading

17Jun/23

TripleLift Announces New Audience Targeting Solution Powered By First Party Data

TripleLift, the ad tech platform elevating digital advertising across every screen, today announced the release of a new targeting solution effective in cookie-constrained environments for both publishers and advertisers. Early testing shows that this first-party data approach exceeds industry benchmarks and is both a current complement and eventual replacement for traditional third-party cookie uses. Continue reading

17Jun/23

Army resumes training on Ajax

Units of the British Field Army have restarted training on the Ajax vehicles this week, highlighting continued progress in the programme.

-Field Army have resumed training on the Ajax vehicles

-Marks next positive step in progress on the Ajax programme

-Ajax vehicles have driven more than 6,600km on trials so far

Units of the British Field Army have restarted training on the Ajax vehicles this week, highlighting continued progress in the programme. Continue reading

17Jun/23

How traditional Indigenous education helped four lost children survive 40 days in the Amazon jungle

Eliran Arazi, Hebrew University of Jerusalem

The discovery and rescue of four young Indigenous children, 40 days after the aircraft they were travelling in crashed in the remote Colombian rainforest, was hailed in the international press as a “miracle in the jungle”. But as an anthropologist who has spent more than a year living among the Andoque people in the region, conducting ethnographic fieldwork, I cannot simply label this as a miraculous event.

At least, not a miracle in the conventional sense of the word. Rather, the survival and discovery of these children can be attributed to the profound knowledge of the intricate forest and the adaptive skills passed down through generations by Indigenous people.

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16Jun/23

The International Day of Family Remittances

June 15, 2023 /Security/ — The International Day of Family Remittances is a day celebrated every year on June 16 to highlight the importance of remittances to families and communities around the world. Remittances are the money that migrants send back to their families in their home countries. They are a vital source of income for millions of families, and they can have a significant impact on the economies of developing countries.

The International Day of Family Remittances was proclaimed by the United Nations General Assembly in 2018. The day is aimed at migrants because they are the ones who send remittances. Migrants often send money back to their families to help them with basic needs such as food, shelter, and education. Remittances can also help to boost the economies of developing countries by stimulating local businesses and creating jobs. Continue reading

16Jun/23

World’s biggest cyber attack on European banks.

June 16, 2023 /Security/ — Three hacker groups, Killnet, Anonymous Sudan, and REvil, have reportedly teamed up to launch a “world’s biggest cyber attack” on European banks. The groups have released a video warning of the attack, which they say will target SWIFT, the international payments system.

KillNet is a pro-Russian hacking group that has been active since 2022. The group has claimed responsibility for a number of cyberattacks, including attacks on Ukrainian government websites and infrastructure. Continue reading

16Jun/23

How do you start a sentiment analysis project?

June 16, 2023 /Developers/ — Sentiment analysis is the process of determining the emotional tone of a piece of text. It is a subfield of natural language processing (NLP) that deals with identifying and extracting subjective information from text. Sentiment analysis is often used to understand customer sentiment, brand reputation, and social media trends.

There are two main types of sentiment analysis: Continue reading

16Jun/23

The movie “The Ship of Fools” is a cautionary tale about the dangers of intolerance and prejudice.

June 16, 2023 /World/ — The Ship of Fools is a 1965 film adaptation of the 1962 novel of the same name by Katherine Anne Porter. The film tells the story of a group of passengers on a ship traveling from Mexico to Germany in 1933. The passengers are a diverse group, representing a variety of social classes, religions, and nationalities. The film explores the themes of diversity, social interaction, and the dangers of intolerance. Continue reading

16Jun/23

IT’S NOT SO LONELY AT THE TOP: CELEBRITY CRUISES REVEALS DETAILS FOR ITS UPCOMING SHIP – CELEBRITY ASCENT

Today, Celebrity Cruises unveils for the very first time details about what travelers can experience on board the brand’s newest resort at sea, Celebrity Ascent, once it launches this November. As one of the most awarded premium cruise lines, with the first ships to ever receive the coveted Forbes Travel Guide Star Rating, Celebrity Cruises is once again making waves with the arrival of its fourth Edge Series ship. Touted as one of the “Best New U.S. Cruises of 2023” by Conde Nast Traveler, Celebrity Ascent will be the newest ship based in South Florida for the 2023-2024 Caribbean season. Cruising out of Port Everglades in Ft. Lauderdale from December 2023 to April 2024, the stunning new ship will transport guests to some of the Caribbean’s most desired destinations like the BahamasGrand CaymanPuerto Rico, and the British Virgin Islands, before departing to Europe for a summer of bucket-list Mediterranean cruises in GreeceItalyTurkeySpain and France. Continue reading