No, Google’s AI is not sentient

No, Google’s AI is not sentient

CNN Business — Tech companies are constantly hyping the capabilities of their ever-improving artificial intelligence. But Google was quick to shut down claims that one of its programs had advanced so much that it had become sentient. According to an eye-opening tale in the Washington Post on Saturday, one Google engineer said that after hundreds … Read more

Mars rover Perseverance notches a year of science and tech achievements

1/5 The NASA Mars rover Perseverance has the most sophisticated technology ever sent to Mars, as depicted in this illustration of the rover with its helicopter, Ingenuity. Image courtesy of NASA ORLANDO, Fla., Feb. 14 (UPI) — The Mars rover Perseverance and its feisty sidekick helicopter Ingenuity have set records and pushed new frontiers for … Read more

Big tech stocks are at historical lows. These names have potential, ‘Halftime Report’ traders say

It’s been a brutal year for tech stocks, which means there may be opportunities for investors to scoop up some names at a good price. The tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite is down 26% this year, compared to declines of 14% for the S&P 500 and 5% for the Dow Jones Industrial Average. While experts are looking … Read more

MagCorp collaborates with Philips, FSU MagLab to develop MRI technology

TALLAHASSEE, FLA. — Tallahassee-based MagCorp and Philips signed an agreement to connect scientists from Florida State University-headquartered National High Magnetic Field Laboratory with professionals to develop more affordable and accessible MR imaging, according to MagCorp. The agreement between MagCorp and Philips will reportedly allow MagCorp to hire MagLab researchers as consultants to assist in working … Read more

How This Early Learning App Is Helping Millions Of Kids Learn Through Play

Family Using Learning App AdobeStock_295667669 The use of technology has risen for all of us over the last few years during the pandemic, especially for families with children. Education tech, otherwise known as ‘edtech’ has never been more popular or necessary as parents and teachers have supplemented hybrid learning with educational apps to help kids … Read more

Intuit Tax Advisor boosted with bevy of new features

Intuit announced a host of new features and enhancements for its tax preparation and planning solutions ahead of the upcoming tax season. Users of Intuit Tax Advisor can now: Select tax-loss harvesting and cost segregation studies as strategies in Intuit Tax Advisor. Edit multiple fields in an activity (W2, K-1, etc.) together before recalculation occurs. … Read more

Lessen CEO, Jay McKee, receives 2022 HousingWire Tech Trendsetter award | News

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Dec 2, 2022– Lessen, the premier tech-enabled, end-to-end solution for outsourced real-estate property services, announced today that CEO Jay McKee has been named a 2022 HousingWire Tech Trendsetter. The award recognizes the most impactful and innovative technology leaders serving the housing industry. This year, 75 honorees were selected. HousingWire’s 2022 HW Tech Trendsetters … Read more

Why conservationists are turning to drones, AI and satellites

A remote rainforest near Knight Inlet on the British Columbia coast has been kitted out with dozens of discreetly placed cameras. When a lone figure wanders into view, one of the devices starts recording as the subject lumbers along a well-used trail, causally checking out her surroundings. The footage is sent to a computer for … Read more

Ohio Cops Decide First Amendment Doesn’t Exist, Arrest Newspaper Editor For Committing Journalism

Ohio cops just can’t seem to get their head around First Amendment protections. A case hopefully en route to a Supreme Court review involves Parma, Ohio cops who decided it was completely legal to arrest a town resident for creating a clearly satirical Facebook page that suggested the Parma PD was offering free abortions in … Read more


Copyright 2022 PR Newswire. All Rights Reserved2022-12-02 REDLANDS, Calif., Dec. 2, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — san francisco-based Presidio Graduate School, a national leader in sustainability-focused graduate education, plans to merge with the University of Redlands and be housed on the Redlands Marin campus commencing in summer 2023. We are thrilled that the University of Redlandsand especially … Read more