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Eat the Rich The GameStop Saga Review: An Internet Spectacle We've Never Seen

Eat the Rich The GameStop Saga Review: An Internet Spectacle We’ve Never Seen

Eat the Rich The GameStop Saga is a documentary series released by Netflix on September 28. It is a Story Syndicate production in association with The Wall Street Journal Studios. Executive produced by Emmy and Oscar-winning filmmakers Dan Cogan and Liz Garbus, as well as Jon Bardin, Julie Gaither and Jack Youngelson. The series is …

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Why AI Art Makes the Internet - and Art - Less Authentic

Why AI Art Makes the Internet – and Art – Less Authentic

The “the death of art” is a story we’ve heard time and time again: Substitute “video” and “radio” in the common aphorism and you get “AI killed the artist’s star”. But there’s more to this current iteration of art anxiety than those that came before it. This is because it’s not the medium that’s changed …

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Data erasure: how to remove your information from the internet? – DataScienceCentral.com

Today, data has become one of the most crucial resources in the world. Unlike tangible resources like wood and fuel, the same data set can be used over and over again and for different applications. Tons of user information is observed or generated by technology and algorithms to facilitate the personalization we see today. How …

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South Carolina State University: Consultant Says Need to Work on Phones and Internet

South Carolina State University: Consultant Says Need to Work on Phones and Internet

A consultant told South Carolina State University that much needed to be done to fix its phone systems and improve internet infrastructure. “The phones have not been fully operational since July 4th and this is affecting over 600 people and their ability to accurately retrieve calls and retrieve voicemails etc.,” said Kevin Summers, owner of …

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MetroNet delays launch of Norfolk internet service to January

MetroNet delays launch of Norfolk internet service to January

An internet service provider looking to compete with Cox Communications in Norfolk is set to start serving customers in January after unforeseen permitting and construction issues caused them to miss their original spring target. MetroNet service will be available in parts of the city from early to mid-January and their coverage area will increase over …

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Aalyria, a spatial internet startup with nearly a decade of Alphabet intellectual property

Aalyria, a spatial internet startup with nearly a decade of Alphabet intellectual property

Loon balloons float at an altitude of approximately 20 km, above the birds and the weather. They sail by moving up or down to catch wind currents moving in different directions. Aalyria, a new space internet company, has just come out of stealth mode. It is based on work done on Alphabet Loon’s “moonshot” project, …

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The internet applauds a man who wants to charge a potential employer for an interview

Online commentators applauded a man wanting to charge his future employer for a five-hour interview. The man, u/theonepercent65536, shared his story on Reddit’s ‘Antiwork’ forum, writing, “Be the change you want to see in the market.” It garnered over 8,900 upvotes and hundreds of supportive comments. The post also left some commenters wondering: why would …

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Europe plans to make ‘Big Tech’ pay for building the internet

When binge-watching became a universal pastime at the height of the pandemic, one of Europe’s top executives called Netflix’s CEO and co-founder and told him to escalate his product. Internal Market Commissioner Thierry Breton wanted Netflix to reduce the quality of its videos to free up bandwidth, fearing European networks would be strained. Reed Hastings …

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Measuring concerns about the COVID-19 vaccine among Japanese netizens through search queries

Measuring concerns about the COVID-19 vaccine among Japanese netizens through search queries

Credit: Nara Institute of Science and Technology Using a vaccine concern index based on Internet searches for the COVID-19 vaccine, NAIST researchers found that searches for “adverse reactions” are positively correlated with uptake, which online resources can help encourage vaccination. The study appears in Scientific reports. Since becoming available, COVID-19 vaccines have played a critical …

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Northeastern University's Institute for the Wireless Internet of Things (WIoT) Launches OUSD(R&E)-funded Open6G Cooperative Research and Development Center

Northeastern University’s Institute for the Wireless Internet of Things (WIoT) Launches OUSD(R&E)-funded Open6G Cooperative Research and Development Center

Pioneering research institute on 5G and 6G wireless networks launching a cutting-edge research and development center. BOSTON, September 27, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Institute for the Wireless Internet of Things at Northeastern University is pleased to announce the creation of Open6G, a new industry-university cooperative research center supported by the United States Department of Defense …

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