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- Why AI live fact-checked the 2020 US presidential debates
should be able to speed up the time in takes to separate truth from fiction.
BBC News. Saturday, 24 Oct 2020.
- 'McBroken': McDonald's fan launches site that identifies restaurants with broken ice cream machines
Rashiq Zahid, a 24-year-old software
engineer, said he launched the site after becoming frustrated with his inability to get a McSundae at a McDonald's in Germany.
Fox News. Friday, 23 Oct 2020.
- Harley-Davidson Recalls LiveWire Bikes for Software Defect
The safety recall of certain 2020 LiveWire electric motorcycles highlights Harley-Davidson's (HOG) commitment to customer safety and quality standards.
Zacks. Friday, 23 Oct 2020.
- Roper (ROP) to Report Q3 Earnings: Is a Beat in the Cards?
Roper's (ROP) third-quarter 2020 earnings are likely to have gained from strong network software
and medical products. Weak upstream oil and gas businesses are expected to have hurt results.
Zacks. Friday, 23 Oct 2020.
- Unity Software Powers Higher
A breakout from an IPO base could be in the cards for Unity Software
Yahoo. Thursday, 22 Oct 2020.
- Applied Intuition Reaches $1.25 Billion Valuation In New Funding For Its Autonomous Vehicle Testing Software
Tesla and Waymo get the headlines. But startup Applied Intuition is now valued at $1.25 billion for software
that powers the testing for autonomous vehicles from cars to mining robots.
Forbes. Thursday, 22 Oct 2020.
- Simple software creates complex wooden joints
Wood is considered an attractive construction material for both aesthetic and environmental purposes. Construction of useful wood objects requires complicated structures and ways to connect components together. ...
Science Daily. Wednesday, 21 Oct 2020.
- Adobe launches Illustrator for iPad, plus you can now collaborate on Creative Cloud docs
Adobe has announced a slew of upgrades to its Creative Cloud software
suite including the ability for creatives to collaborate on documents - you'll be
Pocket Lint. Wednesday, 21 Oct 2020.
- Apple HomePod gets new Intercom feature and more with iOS 14.1
Apple has released iOS 14.1 for the iPhone and for the HomePod. These software
updates bring new features and improvements. They are free to download over
Pocket Lint. Tuesday, 20 Oct 2020.
- Microsoft sales changes could help it challenge Salesforce in cloud software
Microsoft is now making sure that its salespeople bring up Dynamics 365 cloud software
with customers. The effort could lift Microsoft's small market share.
CNBC. Tuesday, 20 Oct 2020.
- Filtration Software Censored the Word Bone at a Paleontology Conference
'Bone,' 'crack,' and 'pubis' were on the list of words censored by the chat software
at this year's virtual Society of Vertebrate Paleontology conference.
Mental Floss. Tuesday, 20 Oct 2020.
- This CEO Doesn't Look at Resumes When Hiring
Working in software
engineering, Aline Lerner saw firms overlook promising candidates who didn't have fancy schools or top companies on their resumes. Her company, Interviewing.io, helps them get a foot in the door.
Entrepreneur. Tuesday, 20 Oct 2020.
- Paleontologists See Stars as Software Bleeps Scientific Terms
When their annual conference was moved online, they were amused to find seemingly benign words blocked and replaced with asterisks during virtual sessions.
New York Times. Monday, 19 Oct 2020.
- 'The fake reporter wanted to know about our software'
As image recognition software
is increasingly used, one firm had to deal with subterfuge.
BBC News. Sunday, 18 Oct 2020.
- Unlock the Full Potential of Excel with $40 and 45 Hours of Training
Get familiar with the world's leading spreadsheet software
Entrepreneur. Saturday, 17 Oct 2020.
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