Breadcrumb Links GlobeNewswire Author of the article: Content of the article NEW YORK, Jan. 31, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) —, the world’s first Learning Amplification Platform™, announced the closing of a $13.5 million Series A investment led by Five Elms Capital, with participation from existing investors Reformation Partners and GeoffreyRead More →

Spotify’s mission is to unlock the potential of human creativity – giving one million creative artists the opportunity to make a living from their art and billions of fans the opportunity to enjoy and be inspired by it. We believe that achieving this mission on our platform is made possibleRead More →

Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Reddit pinterest E-mail PICMG has published a COM-HPC carrier board design guide for building carrier boards for COM-HPC modules, including guidance on PCIe Gen 5, USB4, and Ethernet KR and KR4 backplane signaling for ports 10GbE to 100GbE.When PICMG released the COM-HPC (Computer-On-Modules High Performance Computing) EdgeRead More →

Florida’s Republican-controlled House Judiciary Committee introduced a bill on Wednesday that state Democrats say only fan the flames of the state legislature’s partisan culture war. . supported by Republicans House Bill 7, titled “Individual Freedom,” could prevent Florida educators from teaching sensitive topics — such as race, discrimination and historicalRead More →

Surprise, surprise – Google has decided to abandon FLoC (Federated Learning of Cohorts), its alternative to cookies, with something called Topics API. The Topics API will use browsing topics in approximately 300 categories. Yes, FLoC is a FLoP. Here’s a good summary from Google’s Ginny Marvin: 2/4 Browser determines aRead More →

The House Education Committee advanced a bill on Tuesday that would require local school boards to hold a 15-minute public comment period at their regular monthly meetings. House Education Committee Chair Regina Huff, a Republican, said she drafted the bill in response to parents who felt silenced by local schoolRead More →

To subscribe to The World Herald in Google News The United Nations published this video article, titled “Burkina Faso, Ukraine, Afghanistan and other topics – Daily press briefing (January 24, 2022)” – below their description. Midday briefing by Stephen Dujarric, Spokesperson for the Secretary General. Strong points: -Burkina FasoRead More →

01/24/2022 – This year’s Prague-based event includes new projects by Timo Novotny, Greta Stoklassa, Laila Pakalnina, Olga Lucovnicova, Jakub Piątek, Boris Mitić and Mariam Chachia Scarecrows by Laila Pakalnina, who participates in the East Doc Forum component East Doc Platform (EDP), Central and Eastern Europe’s largest documentary co-production, financing andRead More →

The Chinese Embassy in Japan said on Saturday that it had filed solemn representations with the Japanese side after Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and US President Joe Biden discussed negative China-related content. Biden and Kishida held a virtual meeting on Friday, in which the two discussed China-related topics, including Xinjiang,Read More →

By Marcie Lape, Chuck Smith and Luke Mathers (January 21, 2022, 3:28 PM EST) — The forum selection provisions designate which courts can hear not only contractual disputes, but also derivative shareholder disputes. Delaware Code Title 8, Section 115 provides Delaware corporations with the ability, “subject to applicable jurisdictional requirements”,Read More →

SiFive announced this week that due to component supply issues, it will discontinue its current generation HiFive Unmatched cards for RISC-V software and hardware developers. Instead, the company will focus on the development and production of next-generation HiFive single-board computers. “With such ecosystem adoption, demand has exceeded our already highRead More →

WASHINGTON — An agricultural advisory to the Federal Environmental Protection Agency has filed a report making recommendations to the agency on several topics, such as U.S. waters, pesticides and food waste. The 32-member Farms, Ranches and Rural Communities Committee developed the 46 page report excluding meetings in 2020 and 2021.Read More →

Football fan message boards are teeming with “openly misogynistic” attitudes towards women’s sport among male supporters, according to a new study. The Durham University study found that while progressive views were “highly represented”, they were “not as common as hostile and sexist attitudes”. The researchers suggest this is evidence ofRead More →

Stillwater state lawmakers joined the Stillwater League of Women Voters, Stillwater Public Library and Friends of the Stillwater Public Library on Thursday for their annual “Meet Your Legislators” forum. Due to concerns about COVID-19, Rep. Ty Burns, R-Morrison, Rep. Trish Ranson, D-Stillwater, Rep. John Talley, R-Stillwater, and Senator Tom Dugger,Read More →

Forest owners in Maine will be hosting their annual forest forum on Wednesday January 12th. This is a free event open to the public offering information on forestry and discussing topics of importance to forest owners. Again, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the organization’s biggest indoor event of the yearRead More →