"The education sector is one of the places where the US model suggests it has been very successful, partly because it's been very open to entrepreneurs who come up with new ideas and new ways of doing research and just run with it and the government is somehow managed (kept off such decisions) over time. So I do feel that there is excitement in that world which we don't harvest enough." … [Read more...] about When a Nobel Laureate comes to town!
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Guess the movie I finished dubbing for✔️. Here’s a hint - Trailer launch is happening today🎭. Guess guess guess xx ———————————— #ElliAvrRam #yourstruly #dub #bollywood #movie #hindi … [Read more...] about Elli AvrRam feels that after seven years of struggle, her time has come
When polar bear mothers and cubs emerge from their dens in the early spring, the cubs stay close to their mothers for warmth and protection. Once the cubs are strong and confident enough, they make the trek to the sea ice with their mother so that she can resume hunting for seals. Debra waited six days near the den of this family, in Wapusk National Park, Manitoba, Canada, before they finally emerged. In the most challenging conditions she has ever faced, temperatures ranged from -35°C (-31°F) to -55°C (-67°F) with high winds, making it almost impossible to avoid frostbite and keep her camera gear functioning properly.Photograph: Debra Garside/Wildlife Photographer of the Year … [Read more...] about Photos from the Wildlife Photographer of the Year shortlist
"Shoppers have cashed in on bargain prices, regular discounting and in-season markdowns, and now wait for lower prices, use online voucher codes, price matching or other promotional activity, e.g. Black Friday, to their benefit," McKeever said. "Shoppers know they don't have to wait too long for prices to come down." … [Read more...] about UK retailers look back on grim year
The plan by the EU’s executive - set out in an 18-page white paper - comes amid a global debate about the systems driven by artificial intelligence and widely used by law enforcement agencies. … [Read more...] about EU mulls 5-year ban on use of facial recognition tech in public areas