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Startups envision the post-pandemic “tele-health” revolution

From mental health apps to a headset that can shock a patient’s brain from a distance, the startups at this year’s Web Summit are betting on a major shift to “telemedicine” as the world emerges from the pandemic. Using technology to virtually treat patients was a major theme at one …

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Chicago on a roll of Cloud and Netflix tax revenue (1)

Chicago’s bold move in 2016 to tax two features of the digital economy is reaping significant rewards, while the city’s more conventional tax programs have languished during the pandemic. Chicago’s unique cloud computing tax revenue is about four times higher than five years ago, grossing nearly $ 120 million last …

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board of directors to discuss introduction of drug counseling in prison | New

CADILLAC – Additional addiction counseling may soon be available in prisons in Wexford and Missaukee counties. The Wexford County Council of Commissioners on Wednesday is expected to discuss a memorandum of understanding with Catholic Human Service that, once in place, would allow the county to use county tax revenues to …

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Appoint professors selected by PSC for self-financing courses, says Pragya Thakur

BHOPAL: Member of Lok Sabha from Bhopal, Pragya Thakur said self-funding courses organized in colleges should be taught by professors selected by PSC and not by visiting scholars. She was attending a meeting of the Janbhagidari committee at the MVM Government College in Bhopal on Sunday. The MP for Bhopal …

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Young people will help Bangladesh prosper, says finance minister

Bangladesh will become a developed country by 2041 by harnessing the innovative power of youth, AHM Finance Minister Mustafa Kamal said on Saturday. “The government has allocated Tk 100 crore in the current budget to support young innovators. We will move in the right direction by turning challenges into opportunities, …

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For National Author Day on November 1, Greg Ubert of Crimson Cup celebrates the 300 independent cafes that opened with the help of his book 7 Steps to Success

In 2003, the founder and president of the Crimson Cup, Greg Ubert, published the first edition of Seven Steps to Success: a Common-Sense Guide to Succeed in Specialty Coffee. Now in its second printing, the book has inspired more than 300 business owners and managers to create thriving independent cafes …

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Japanese stocks fall on disappointing business outlook

By Junko Fujita TOKYO, Oct. 28 (Reuters) – Japanese stocks fell on Thursday as disappointing prospects for leading tech companies led to a wider sell-off, although gains in heavy chip-linked stocks limited the losses. The Nikkei stock average was down 0.9% to 28,829.54 by 02:06 GMT, while the broad Topix …

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Microsoft Surpasses Profit Expectations With Strong Cloud Performance

Microsoft (MSFT) on Tuesday announced its first quarter of fiscal 2022 results after the closing bell, easily beating analysts’ earnings expectations, with cloud revenue up 36% year-on-year. ‘other. The stock was flat on the news. Here are the report’s most important numbers compared to what analysts expected, as compiled by …

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SiMa.ai receives 2021 Frost & Sullivan Technology Innovation Leadership Award for Edge Machine Learning

SAN JOSE, California, October 25, 2021– (BUSINESS WIRE) – SiMa.ai, the machine learning (ML) company transforming the embedded edge market with low-power high-performance computing, today announced that it has received the Frost & Sullivan 2021 Technology Innovation Leadership Award for Cutting-Edge Machine Learning. This prestigious award rewards companies and organizations …

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County Council Says Yes To $ 198,000 System | News, Sports, Jobs

Smile, it’s time for Faribault County to take a new photo. Brandee Douglas, GIS (Geographic Information Systems) coordinator for Faribault County, was at the Faribault County Board of Directors meeting on Tuesday, October 19 to seek funding for orthogonal imagery (top to bottom) and oblique (360 degrees) at high resolution. …

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