Last week IBM announced that Deborah DiSanzo – formerly of Philips Healthcare – would be general manager of the Watson Health unit, and the company says that it will be creating a separate division to focus on education in the coming months.
Using sophisticated robotics to develop realistic human dolls capable of performing sex acts is “very disturbing indeed”, said campaign leader Dr Kathleen Richardson. Mechanical toys for sexual pleasure already exist, of course, and hardware developers are working to incorporate A.I. into their designs.
United Airlines has a hub at Newark Liberty global Airport, and wanted to renegotiate the lease agreements at the airport during Mr. Samson’s reign as the chairman of Port Authorities. Munoz acknowledged to analysts Tuesday that United must convince customers that it is committed to better customer service.
Alexis Tsipras, leader of the the incumbent Leftist Syriza party, is struggling to convince voters to back him, seven months after his party stormed to power promising to overturn five years of creditor-imposed austerity. Opinion polls on Sunday indicated very close competition between the rival Greek political parties, adding an
The Citizen has taken an editorial decision not to republish the outrageously insensitive cartoons, but I can provide further context through the history of the publication that is Charlie Hebdo. Kurdi paid tribute to her nephew by signing the wall and leaving a message in both English and Arabic, reading:
Analysts said a deal between the two would put pressure on Johnston Press, which publishes newspapers such as the Scotsman and the Yorkshire Post, but could come up against regulatory concerns.
On this day of remembrance, September 11, United Airlines Flight 902 en route to San Francisco was forced to return to Frankfurt, Germany due to a bomb threat. All luggage and people on board were searched but nothing was found. Nobody was detained in the incident.
Apple is now selling iPhones on installment plans, giving customers the ability to pay a monthly charge for a phone and upgrade to a new one every year. The four major carriers in the US already offer phones on installment plans, but Apple’s new “iPhone Upgrade Program” provides yet another option that might be better