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India should spend more on artificial intelligence: Mohandas Pai | Hubballi News - Times of India


Times of India India should spend more on artificial intelligence: Mohandas Pai India should spend more on artificial intelligence: Mohandas Pai TNN | Updated: Jan 21, 2018, 17:13 IST Manipal University chairman T V Mohandas Pai speaks at TiECON Hubli 2018 on Sunday Hubballi: Manipal University chairman and IT industry veteran T V Mohandas Pai said that India should be the part of the innovation happening around the world and regretted that the country is lagging behind when it comes to artificial intelligence (AI). Delivering the keynote address at TiECON Hubli 2018 here on Sunday, Pai said t,

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How a Togolese inventor built a 3D printer using recycled electronic waste


How a Togolese inventor built a 3D printer using recycled electronic waste Such printers could ultimately propel Togo into the technological markets of West Africa and eventually the globe by  Print In 2013, Togolese inventor Afate Gnikou built a 3D printer entirely out of recycled electronic waste. The 34-year-old had become consumed by the idea of creating his own version after seeing a 3D printer assembled at the inaugural edition of Fab Lab – a digital fabrication workshop-in Lome, the capital of Togo, in August 2012. A small country in West Africa, with a population of about seven million,

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With a deep tech talent pool, Toronto could hit Amazon's 'sweet spot' with bid for new HQ - Toronto - CBC News


With a deep tech talent pool, Toronto could hit Amazon's 'sweet spot' with bid for new HQ Toronto faces stiff competition from other North American cities on Amazon's short list CBC News Posted: Jan 21, 2018 2:04 PM ET Last Updated: Jan 21, 2018 4:08 PM ET Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos has placed a premium on long-term growth and sustainability, meaning the company is focused on tapping diverse talent pipelines, like those in the GTA. (Reuters) Related Stories Amazon says it received 238 bids for its second headquarters, HQ2 Toronto faces stiff competition in its bid to court Amazon, but some Canadian,

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Tech sector CEOs whose cities were overlooked say they'd have welcomed Amazon HQ | CBC News


Tech sector CEOs whose cities were overlooked say they'd have welcomed Amazon HQ Notifications We're experimenting with a new look. Learn more . Tech sector CEOs whose cities were overlooked say they'd have welcomed Amazon HQ Tech sector entrepreneurs whose Canadian cities were snubbed by Amazon in its search for a second corporate campus say they are disappointed, despite fears they would have seen increased competition for scarce skilled talent. Toronto was the only Canadian city amongst 11 applicants that made the shortlist for 2nd headquarters Dan Healing · The Canadian Press · January 21 ,

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Bursaries for vegetarians and people called Graham among unusual scholarship funds


Bursaries for vegetarians and people called Graham among unusual scholarship funds Olivia Rudgard , Social Affairs Correspondent 21 January 2018 • 5:44pm Funding your way through university can be a struggle, but little-known scholarships offer students as much as £3,000 for singing in a choir - or £500 for being a vegetarian.  Students can get thousands of pounds simply for ticking one of these boxes and qualifying for one of the little-known scholarships available to help those fulfilling very specific criteria get through university.  And experts say the overall number is growing as c,

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As technology develops, so must journalists’ codes of ethics | Paul Chadwick | Opinion | The Guardian


As technology develops, so must journalists’ codes of ethics AI is sure to bring many benefits but concerns over its ability to make decisions mean human journalists’ input remains vital Sun 21 Jan 2018 12.37 EST Last modified on Sun 21 Jan 2018 12.39 EST Share on Messenger Close ‘Software that ‘thinks’ does not necessarily gather or process information ethically.’ Photograph: KTS Design/Getty Images/Science Photo Library RF Journalism is largely collaboration: reporters with sources, writers and editors, lawyers advising publishers, producers with distributors, and audiences feeding back thei,

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Gambling: ministers urged to be bold with curbs on FOBTs | UK news | The Guardian


Gambling: ministers urged to be bold with curbs on FOBTs Report from consultation on slashing maximum bet from £100 to £2 to close on Tuesday Sun 21 Jan 2018 11.03 EST Last modified on Sun 21 Jan 2018 14.29 EST Share on Messenger Close Campaigners say fixed-odds betting terminals are a highly addictive form of gambling in which 233,000 FOBT users each lost more than £1,000 in one sitting in 2016. Photograph: Daniel Hambury/PA Campaigners have urged the government to be bold in its response to the problem of fixed-odds betting terminals (FOBTs) amid reports that a consultation on the issue clos,

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Amazon's first checkout-free grocery store opens on Monday | Business | The Guardian


Amazon's first checkout-free grocery store opens on Monday Using ‘just walk out’ technology to end queues, Amazon Go fires a warning to the high street Reuters Sun 21 Jan 2018 12.04 EST Last modified on Sun 21 Jan 2018 12.22 EST Share on Messenger Close A shopper scans a phone app linked to his Amazon account to enter the store in Seattle, Washington. Photograph: Jeffrey Dastin/Reuters Amazon will open its first checkout-free grocery store to the public on Monday, moving forward with an experiment that could dramatically alter bricks-and-mortar retail. The Seattle shop, known as Amazon Go, rel,

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Long live India Post Payments Bank - Livemint


Tamal Bandyopadhyay India Post has been providing deposit services to a large number of small customers across the country; it also has a limited remittance service. Photo: Bloomberg A June 2016 report in Mint described India Post Payments Bank (IPPB) as the “hottest game in town”. Some 50 entities, including International Finance Corp., Barclays Plc., Deutsche Bank AG, Citibank NA and several state-owned banks were jostling to form different kinds of partnerships with the department of posts, or DoP, the promoter of the payments bank. Apparently, commercial banks, insurance firms and asset ma,

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Key cardinal rebukes pope over abuse comment in rare move | News | GMA News Online


X Sections On TV News Ulat Filipino Nation World Regions Metro Special Reports Money Economy Personal Finance Companies Motoring Sports Volleyball Basketball Boxing Football Other sports Pinoy Abroad News Pinoy Achievers Immigration Guide SciTech Weather Science and Research Technology, Gadgets and Gaming Showbiz Pep Chika Minute Showbiz Abroad Lifestyle Family and Relationships Travel Food Art and Culture Health and Wellness Shopping and Fashion Hobbies and Activities Opinion News Hardcore Hashtag Serbisyo Publiko Walang Pasok Transportation Missing Persons Community Bulletin Board   GMA Publ,

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AC Energy aims to build Pililia power plant this yr - The Manila Times Online


You are at: Home » Business » Companies »AC Energy aims to build Pililia power plant this yr AC Energy aims to build Pililia power plant this yr Companies AC Energy, the power arm of listed conglomerate Ayala Corp., seeks to commence the construction of a diesel power plant in Pililia, Rizal this year, its top executive told reporters. AC Energy President and Chief Executive Officer Eric Francia said the company was looking at the development of a diesel peaking/ancillary plant in the municipality with a capacity of up to 150 megawatts (MW). Peaking power plants are power plants that usually r,

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EDITORIAL - Vulnerable to abuse | Opinion, News, The Philippine Star | philstar.com


Opinion Skinning Left, pagematch: 1, sectionmatch: 1 Opinion ( Leaderboard Top ), pagematch: 1, sectionmatch: 1 EDITORIAL - Vulnerable to abuse  (The Philippine Star) | Updated January 22, 2018 - 12:00am Following numerous reports of maltreatment by employers and even deaths, the government has suspended the deployment of workers to Kuwait. The cases are being investigated to determine the Philippines’ final move. Previous bans in other countries have been reversed. The reports from Kuwait should provide impetus for the government to intensify efforts to create an environment that will provide,

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Makati Business Club, other biz groups express support for charter change | ABS-CBN News


Makati Business Club, other biz groups express support for charter change Makati Business Club, other biz groups express support for charter change ABS-CBN News Posted at Jan 21 2018 10:17 PM Share MANILA -- The Makati Business Club, Management Association of the Philippines and the Financial Executives Institute of the Philippines expressed their "strong support" to amend certain provisions of the 1987 Constitution. In a joint statement, the three organizations presented their recommendations regarding the ongoing discussion on constitutional amendments. One of the issues supported by the gro,

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Think of the children - The Manila Times Online


You are at: Home » Opinion » Op-Ed Columns » Analysis »Think of the children Think of the children Analysis TITA C. VALDERAMA AT a bookstore a few days ago, I had to seek the assistance of a sales clerk to find a gift card envelope for a wedding. I wanted my cash gift to the couple to be placed inside a more presentable envelope than an ordinary letter envelope or the Chinese red money envelope (ang pao). The same bookstore used to have shelves of greetings and gift card envelopes for various occasions. This time, gift bags and wrappers shared the space in the only shelf that remained. We foun,

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At least six dead as Kabul hotel attack ends – officials - The Manila Times Online


You are at: Home » News » World »At least six dead as Kabul hotel attack ends – officials At least six dead as Kabul hotel attack ends – officials World KABUL: Gunmen stormed a luxury hotel in Kabul killing at least six people, including a foreigner, sparking a twelve hour fight with security forces that left terrified guests scrambling to escape and parts of the building ablaze. Afghan security forces killed four attackers during the night-time siege, interior ministry spokesman Najib Danish told Tolo News, during which people trapped inside the landmark hotel were seen climbing over balconie,

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Biz groups: Con-con for federalism shift | Headlines, News, The Philippine Star | philstar.com


Headlines Skinning Left, pagematch: 1, sectionmatch: 1 Headlines ( Leaderboard Top ), pagematch: 1, sectionmatch: 1 Biz groups: Con-con for federalism shift By Richmond Mercurio  (The Philippine Star) | Updated January 22, 2018 - 12:00am In a statement yesterday, the Makati Business Club, Management Association of the Philippines and Financial Executives Institute of the Philippines said they recognized the need to amend certain provisions of the 1987 Constitution to make it more adaptable and responsive to current social and economic realities.  File MANILA, Philippines — Three of the country,

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UST student council strongly denounces award given to Mocha | Headlines, News, The Philippine Star | philstar.com


Headlines Skinning Left, pagematch: 1, sectionmatch: 1 Headlines ( Leaderboard Top ), pagematch: 1, sectionmatch: 1 UST student council strongly denounces award given to Mocha By Rosette Adel  (philstar.com) | Updated January 21, 2018 - 6:49pm The UST Central Student Council said Presidential Communications Operations Office Assistant Secretary Mocha Uson is undeserving of the recognition given to Uson by the alumni association during the Grand Alumni Homecoming. Senate PRIB/Joseph Vidal, File MANILA, Philippines — The highest student government of the University of Santo Tomas on Sunday expre,

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BDO pays victims of ATM skimming | Business, News, The Philippine Star | philstar.com


Business Skinning Left, pagematch: , sectionmatch: 1 Business ( Leaderboard Top ), pagematch: , sectionmatch: 1 BDO pays victims of ATM skimming By Mary Grace Padin  (The Philippine Star) | Updated January 22, 2018 - 12:00am MANILA, Philippines — Sy-led BDO Unibank Inc. has paid clients reported to have been victimized by skimming. In a statement posted on Facebook, the listed bank said it is now crediting back lost amounts to accounts affected by incidents of automated teller machine (ATM) skimming. “For accounts affected recently, we have been crediting back the amounts found to be unauthori,

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Medical advances require a more aggressive retirement plan


CONNECT TWEET LINKEDIN 6 COMMENTEMAILMORE Did you know that in 2017, Parisian doctors pioneered gene therapy to successfully reverse a teenager’s sickle cell anemia? Or that American researchers may have discovered how to detect pancreatic cancer, the third-most fatal cancer before it metastasizes? These and other 2017 breakthroughs change your financial retirement planning. When talking to folks about investments, my first question usually is: What is the primary purpose for your money? Usually, they respond with, “To take care of me and my spouse for the rest of our lives.” So I ask: How lon,

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Q&A: Samsung's Alex Hawkinson on smart-home evolution - ABC News


Yahoo!-ABC News Network | © 2018 ABC News Internet Ventures. All rights reserved. Q&A: Samsung's Alex Hawkinson on smart-home evolution By anick jesdanun, ap technology writer NEW YORK — Jan 21, 2018, 1:07 PM ET 0 Shares Email Many everyday appliances are connecting to the internet these days, allowing people to control them with apps and voice commands. More homes are embracing this, especially as people get comfortable using smart speakers such as the Amazon Echo and Google Home. For five years, SmartThings has been making smart-home products and a system for connecting similar products from,

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Heavy casualties after overnight battle at Kabul hotel | Reuters


January 20, 2018 / 5:28 PM / Updated 3 hours ago Heavy casualties after overnight battle at Kabul hotel Akram Walizada , Mirwais Harooni 6 Min Read KABUL (Reuters) - Gunmen in army uniforms who stormed Kabul’s Intercontinental Hotel late on Saturday and battled Afghan Special Forces through the night killed more than 30 people and wounded many more, although the final toll of dead and wounded may still be higher. Wahid Majroh, a spokesman for the ministry of public health, said that 19 bodies had been brought into city hospitals, with six identified as foreigners. However a senior Afghan secu,

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Despite its failings, Canada Post is worth saving


Despite its failings, Canada Post is worth saving The Gazette  Share Adjust Comment Print MONTREAL - The last time we had a postal strike was 14 years ago. It was another century. Times and technology have greatly changed since then. Back then the federal government, responding to public pressure, legislated the posties back to work after two weeks. This time, as the postal union launched strike action late last week that includes stoppage of service in Montreal today, the question was not so much how the country would cope with any disruption as whether we would care, or even notice. As a re,

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Décès de Martine Époque, une des mères de la danse contemporaine québécoise | Le Devoir


Décès de Martine Époque, une des mères de la danse contemporaine québécoise Taille du texte 21 janvier 2018 14h43 | Catherine Lalonde | Danse Son nom, Martine Époque, est méconnu. Elle est pourtant, auprès des Jeanne Renaud et Françoise Sullivan, une des mères de la danse contemporaine d’ici, et c’est toute une communauté qui est frappée par le deuil suite à son décès soudain, le 18 janvier. Chorégraphe, grande pédagogue, cofondatrice de l’Agora de la danse, cofondatrice du Département de Danse de l’UQAM, fondatrice et chorégraphe au Groupe Nouvelle Aire , la scène de la danse ne serait pas ce,

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Governments need to focus more on growing local AI companies, council told | Montreal Gazette


5 / 5 Governments need to focus more on growing local AI companies, council told Governments in Canada need to think more about investing in local artificial intelligence companies than encouraging international companies to expand to Canada, according to one of Montreal's most prominent artificial intelligence researchers. Share Adjust Comment Print Governments in Canada need to think more about investing in local artificial intelligence companies than encouraging international companies to expand to Canada, according to one of Montreal’s most prominent artificial intelligence researchers. Yo,

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Fête des neiges kicks off at Parc Jean-Drapeau | CBC News


Fête des neiges kicks off at Parc Jean-Drapeau Notifications We're experimenting with a new look. Learn more . Fête des neiges kicks off at Parc Jean-Drapeau The 35th annual Fête des neiges de Montréal is now underway at Parc Jean-Drapeau. The outdoor family event runs every weekend until Feb. 11. Outdoor family event runs every weekend until Feb. 11 CBC News · January 21 This is the 35 edition of the annual Fête des neiges de Montréal at Parc Jean-Drapeau. (CBC) The 35th annual Fête des neiges de Montréal got underway at Parc Jean-Drapeau this weekend. Despite the unpredictable weather this w,

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Whimsies and odysseys: Quebec cinema surpassed expectations in 2017 | Montreal Gazette


5 / 5 Whimsies and odysseys: Quebec cinema surpassed expectations in 2017 A look back at the year in Quebec cinema, from Denis Villeneuve's Blade Runner 2049 to Jean-Marc Vallée's Big Little Lies, by way of acclaimed zombie flick Les affamés. Share Adjust Comment Print Quebec filmmakers made waves big and small in 2017. From the upper echelons of Hollywood to the remote corners of indie film, there was lots to applaud over the past 12 months. The year in Quebec cinema began and ended with Denis Villeneuve. In January, the prodigious filmmaker’s Quebec-shot alien encounter Arrival received eigh,

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Town Talk: Folk who helped make 2017 what it was


Town Talk: Folk who helped make 2017 what it was Malcolm Parry, Vancouver Sun  12.29.2017 DAZZLE IN THE DRIZZLE: Keilani Elizabeth Rose and Renata Rizk didn't let a little morning shower deter them from meeting the go-for-it dress code at Hastings Park Racecourse's annual Deighton Cup event.Malcolm Parry/Special to Postmedia News / Vancouver Sun Premier John Horgan was still splashing through the run-up to his installation as premier when U.S. consul general Lynne Platt greeted him at Vancouver Aquarium during her First of July reception there.Malcolm Parry/Special to Postmedia News ,

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Historian discusses the evolution of social networks [Video]


Home Mail Flickr Tumblr News Sports Finance Entertainment Lifestyle Answers Groups More Yahoo Search Search Skip to Navigation Skip to Main Content Skip to Related Content Historian discusses the evolution of social networks FOX News Videos•January 21, 2018 Niall Ferguson talks technology in the era of President Trump on 'Sunday Morning Futures.' Popular in the Community If Trump is an authoritarian, why don’t Democrats treat him like one? 114 reactions4%68%28% Fox News host Shep Smith on the shutdown news: Trump and Republicans can't blame Democrats 5,324 reactions3%72%25% 'SNL': Stormy Danie,

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Jaitley urged to address farm crisis in budget | Nagpur News - Times of India


Times of India Jaitley urged to address farm crisis in budget Jaitley urged to address farm crisis in budget tnn | Updated: Jan 20, 2018, 20:54 IST Nagpur: Farm activist and Vasantrao Naik Shetkari Swavalamban Mission chairman Kishore Tiwari has urged finance minister Arun Jaitliy to address the main issues of adequacy, timeliness of institutional farm credit and remunerative prices for the produce. "The National Commission on Farmers (NCF) headed by MS Swaminathan had recommended agriculture pricing factoring in a 50% profit to the cultivators over the input costs. Time has come for such a fu,

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Big Data and supercomputing to help C-DAC standardize ayurveda | Pune News - Times of India


Big Data and supercomputing to help C-DAC standardize ayurveda Big Data and supercomputing to help C-DAC standardize ayurveda Ardhra Nair | TNN | Updated: Jan 21, 2018, 23:29 IST Pune: If Big Data, Artificial Intelligence, supercomputing etc. are terms associated with latest technology, vata-pitta-kapha etc. are words associated with the age-old branch of medicine — ayurveda. But, the Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC) is trying to bring these worlds closer. A proposal to apply ayurveda, using supercomputation and simulations, will be submitted to the ministry of AYUSH within,

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Nehru chair public lecture, panel discussion held at MSU campus | Vadodara News - Times of India


Times of India Nehru chair public lecture, panel discussion held at MSU campus Nehru chair public lecture, panel discussion held at MSU campus Prashant Rupera | TNN | Jan 21, 2018, 20:22 IST Mehta focussed on the vulnerability of the human psyche to the onslaught of technology and the consumerism around it. VADODARA: The Department of Human Development and Family Studies of M S University had recently organized a public lecture and panel discussion under the prestigious Nehru Chair program 2017-18 on 'Dialogues on advancement of technologies and human well-being'. Nipun Mehta, founder of US-ba,

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With a deep tech talent pool, Toronto could hit Amazon's 'sweet spot' with bid for new HQ - Business - CBC News


With a deep tech talent pool, Toronto could hit Amazon's 'sweet spot' with bid for new HQ Toronto faces stiff competition from other North American cities among Amazon's short list CBC News Posted: Jan 21, 2018 2:04 PM ET Last Updated: Jan 21, 2018 2:04 PM ET Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos has placed a premium on long-term growth and sustainability, meaning the company is focused on tapping diverse talent pipelines, like those in the GTA. (Reuters) Related Stories Amazon says it received 238 bids for its second headquarters, HQ2 Toronto faces stiff competition in its bid to court Amazon, but some Canad,

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Column: Clean energy powering mining recovery | Sudbury Star


Column: Clean energy powering mining recovery Sunday, January 21, 2018 12:49:30 EST PM An electric-vehicle charger. (MIKE DIBATTISTA/NIAGARA FALLS REVIEW) Change text size for the story Print Jay Martin/Columnist   The transition to clean energy is now here, and it’s giving B.C.’s key mining and minerals sector a lift. Vancouver has always been a hotbed for exploration, investment and fundraising in minerals such as gold, silver and copper and a source of global mining expertise. But now we are seeing more and more activity around cobalt, lithium and nickel: essential ingredients powerin,

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Code Niagara launches tech workshops for seniors | Niagara Falls Review


Code Niagara launches tech workshops for seniors By Ray Spiteri , Niagara Falls Review Sunday, January 21, 2018 9:53:02 EST AM Change text size for the story Print Empowering today’s youth for tomorrow’s jobs While ensuring today’s youths are prepared for Canada’s changing economy, Code Niagara also wants to help seniors stay on top of 21st-century digital skills. That’s why the organization will start offering monthly introduction workshops for seniors interested in learning more about technology. The first free workshop, which will introduce attendees to social media 101, is scheduled ,

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New exhibition explores legacy of black fashion designers


New exhibition explores legacy of black fashion designers   By Leanne Italie, The Associated Press December 13, 2016       Tracy Reese , along with other noted designers of colour, spoke at the opening of a new exhibition, “Black Fashion Designers,” at The Museum of the Fashion Institute of Technology. NEW YORK — As a girl, Tracy Reese thought she might be an architect. Then she caught the fashion bug. She knew, of course, that designers who are black like her existed. She used to snap up Willi Smith at The Limited growing up in Detroit. She headed to New York with high hopes. “When I ,

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New exhibition explores legacy of black fashion designers


New exhibition explores legacy of black fashion designers Leanne Italie, The Associated Press  12.13.2016 Tracy Reese , along with other noted designers of colour, spoke at the opening of a new exhibition, “Black Fashion Designers,” at The Museum of the Fashion Institute of Technology. Clothes are displayed at the opening of the "Black Fashion Designers" exhibit at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York. Boots designed by Stella Jean and Christian Louboutin are displayed at the opening of the "Black Fashion Designers" exhibit at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York. Andre ,

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If hotel alarm clocks tick you off, you’re not alone | National Post


Tips from a travel junkie: How to turn any hotel room into a sleeping cave, and other travel tips Mention alarm clocks to a frequent hotel guest, and you’ll probably get an earful. Those ever-present digital clock radios frequently evoke feelings of confusion, frustration and even rage. Why? Just check into any hotel and try to do anything with the timepiece next to your bed, like set it. Or try to turn the radio off that housekeeping left on. What does this button do? Then again, you could just wait until 3 a.m., when the alarm, set by a previous guest (who managed to figure out how to set it,

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Commemorations of historic military events could put current force at risk, internal documents say


Commemorations of historic military events could put current force at risk, internal documents say   By Lee Berthiaume, Postmedia News January 10, 2014       Undated photo of a sunset scene with Canadian military unit gathered for a commemoration ceremony at the Vimy Memorial in France. Photograph by: HANDOUT/Veterans Affairs Canada , Postmedia News OTTAWA — The federal Conservative government’s plan to commemorate a large number of military battles and accomplishments in the coming years poses a threat to the Canadian Force’s ability to do its job, according to intern,

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US stocks mount milestone-shattering run in 2017


US stocks mount milestone-shattering run in 2017   By Alex Veiga, The Associated Press December 29, 2017       A logo for the New York Stock Exchange is displayed above the trading floor, Wednesday, Dec. 27, 2017. Wall Street delivered big gains and shattered stock market records in 2017 as a global economic rebound, strong company earnings growth and the GOP-led push to slash corporate taxes and enact other pro-business policies encouraged investors to keep buying stocks even as share prices climbed ever higher. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan) Taken a look at your stock portfolio lately? It's a ,

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First Nations power projects to be touted at forum focusing on sustainability


First Nations power projects to be touted at forum focusing on sustainability Alex MacPherson, The StarPhoenix  Milton Tootoosis is working on a First Nation-led power projects, Nov. 13, 2015. Gord Waldner / The StarPhoenix Share Adjust Comment Print A forum dedicated to First Nations-led power-generation projects promises to underscore the importance of moving away from traditional power sources and toward renewables, according to its organizers. “It literally blew me away that we were still burning coal,” said Saskatchewan First Nations Economic Development Network (SFNEDN) ch,

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Why we need to expand the types of seafood we eat | National Post


Financial Post Why we need to expand the types of seafood we eat Claudia McNeilly: As a population of rabid sushi enthusiasts and fish aficionados, we have depended on the same varieties of seafood for far too long .Getty Images LinkedIn During the lunch rush at Sushi on Bloor, a no-frills sushi restaurant in Toronto’s Annex neighbourhood, the line for tables often spills out onto the sidewalk. Meanwhile, impatient office workers elbow their way to the front of a take-out counter stationed in the back. They are all here for the restaurant’s two main attractions: the generously portioned salmon,

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Whether to split up twins, triplets in school can pit parents against educators


Whether to split up twins, triplets in school can pit parents against educators Sheryl Ubelacker, The Canadian Press  09.03.2015 Twin eight-year-old brothers Riley, left, and Taylor Dalby sit for a photograph outside South Park School where they will enter Grade 3 this year, in Delta, B.C., on Monday August 24, 2015. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck Share Adjust Comment Print TORONTO - With the new school year starting, most parents are thinking about the basics —buying supplies, preparing to pack lunches, and hoping their child gets on with their teacher and fits in with classmates. But for ,

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Horror sequel promises to reveal the secrets of Alberta-shot app, Haunting Melissa


Horror sequel promises to reveal the secrets of Alberta-shot app, Haunting Melissa Eric Volmers, Calgary Herald  A scene from Dark Hearts: The Secret of Haunting Melissa Courtesy, Rogers&Cowan Rogers & Cowan / Calgary Herald Share Adjust Comment Print It arrived just in time for Halloween, a creepy, fast-paced movie trailer that promised a new tale of the ghosts and horror swirling around a troubled teen named Melissa. To the uninitiated, it probably didn’t look all that different from your average sequel: a broader scope, bigger budget, more frights and deeper backstory. But f,

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Ideas for displaying and managing your vacation photos


Ideas for displaying and managing your vacation photos Becky Krystal, The Washington Post.  09.05.2014 It's fine to take photos when you travel, but when was the last time you did anything with them? Borja Sanchez-Trillo / Getty Images When was the last time you methodically sorted through your vacation photos? And for bonus points: When was the last time you actually did something with them? If your only answer is guilty silence, you are not alone. Many of us with cellphones and digital cameras can relate. We come home with thousands of images per year, but most of them probably won',

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Edmonton’s BioWare answers critics with huge open world in new Dragon Age game (with video)


Edmonton’s BioWare answers critics with huge open world in new Dragon Age game (with video) Carson Jerema, Edmonton Journal  11.19.2014 Mike Laidlaw, creative director for Dragon Age: Inquisition, BioWare’s latest game that launches on Tuesday, Nov. 18.Greg Southam / Edmonton Journal BioWare’s Dragon Age: Inquisition is in stores Tuesday, Nov. 18, 2014Supplied / Edmonton Journal BioWare’s Dragon Age: Inquisition is in stores Tuesday, Nov. 18, 2014Supplied / Edmonton Journal Mike Laidlaw, creative director for Dragon Age: Inquisition, BioWare’s latest game that launc,

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Study finds immune activity after surgery offers clues to how fast or slow patients recover


Study finds immune activity after surgery offers clues to how fast or slow patients recover Lauran Neergaard, The Associated Press  09.24.2014 Share Adjust Comment Print WASHINGTON - One of the big frustrations of surgery: There's little way to know if you'll be a fast or slow healer, someone who feels back to normal in a week or is out of work for a month with lingering pain and fatigue. Now Stanford University researchers have discovered that right after surgery, patients' blood harbours clues about how fast they'll bounce back — and it has to do with the activity of certain immune cells ,

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New Year's Eve glam: Charlotte Tilbury artist Barri King dishes on the top beauty trends


New Year's Eve glam: Charlotte Tilbury artist Barri King dishes on the top beauty trends   By Aleesha Harris, Vancouver Sun December 31, 2017     A model wears the "Golden Goddess" look created by Charlotte Tilbury. Forget the massive, illuminated disco ball descending over Times Square in New York City — this New Year’s Eve, the one who will be shining is you. “It’s always about looking really radiant, hydrated, youthful and glowy,” Barri King, a lead artist for Charlotte Tilbury, says of the go-to beauty look for NYE fetes. “I always say holiday makeup is just really great eve,

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Motor Mouth: How electric highways could save EVs | Driving


/ Motor Mouth: How electric highways could save EVs In a world first, the United Kingdom is set to test under-road wireless charging for electric and hybrid vehicles. The off-road trials of the new technology are set to take place in England later this year and will involve fitting cars with wireless technology and testing equipment installed underneath a test road to replicate real-world conditions. The U.K. hopes its wireless charging technology will cut emissions and be a boon for the economy. Handout, Highways England Imagine roads that charge your electric car as you drive. It's a grandio,

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Preview: The man behind Kraftwerk's machines


Preview: The man behind Kraftwerk's machines Sandra Sperounes, Edmonton Journal  Kraftwerk, Germany's electronic music pioneers, featuring founder Ralf Hutter, left. Supplied / Edmonton Journal Share Adjust Comment Print Ralf Hütter is a werkaholic. When the electronic music pioneer isn’t on tour with Kraftwerk , he’s holed up in the band’s secretive Kling Klang Studio in Düsseldorf, Germany. This year, the singer/keyboardist spent much of his time working on a live album documenting Kraftwerk’s recent 3-D performances at New York’s Museum of Modern Art and Tate London —,

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Zardari, Qadri, Imran troika trying to spread anarchy in country: minister | Pakistan Today


Zardari, Qadri, Imran troika trying to spread anarchy in country: minister Share this on WhatsApp SHEIKHUPURA: Federal Minister for Defence Production and Science Technology Rana Tanveer Hussain has alleged that a ‘troika’ consisting of Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Co-Chairman Asif Zardari, Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) chief Tahirul Qadri and Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan is trying to spread anarchy in the country. Addressing a Sui-Gas supplying ceremony held here Sunday in NA 132, he said that sit-ins, protests, lockdown and politics of confrontation were continued from ,

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Nigeria’s plethora of food-borne hazards – Punch Newspapers


+1 THE alarm raised by the Mycotoxicology Society of Nigeria on the poor safety rate of food available for consumption in the country is quite scary, but very instructive. Quoting research findings at the 12th annual conference of the society, Hussaini Makun, a professor of biochemistry at the Federal University of Technology, Minna, said that only 19.3 per cent of the food available in the country was safe for both human and animal consumption. It therefore goes without saying that the remaining 80.7 per cent of what is consumed in the country is toxic. This is, indeed, a very sobering assert,

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Barry And Honey Sherman Update: Billionaires Murdered By Multiple Killers, Investigators Say


Barry And Honey Sherman Update: Billionaires Murdered By Multiple Killers, Investigators Say By Ayushman Basu @ayushmanbasu On 01/21/18 AT 7:22 AM When billionaire Toronto couple Barry and Honey Sherman were found dead on Dec. 15, with their bodies seated in an upright position on the floor of their basement, the case was ruled as a murder-suicide. However, the family's investigators now believe that it was a double homicide by multiple killers.  According to an anonymous source, private investigators discovered evidence that showed both Sherman and Honey’s necks were wrapped with leather belt,

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Harper earmarks $5.8B for federal infrastructure, including parks, museums


Harper earmarks $5.8B for federal infrastructure, including parks, museums Diana Mehta, The Canadian Press  11.25.2014 Prime Minister Stephen Harper makes an infrastructure investment announcement at The Collider Centre at Western University's Advanced Manufacturing Park, in London, Ont., Monday, Nov. 24, 2014. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Dave Chidley Share Adjust Comment Print LONDON, Ont. - Prime Minister Stephen Harper unveiled a $5.8-billion menu of federal infrastructure improvements Monday in an announcement one political rival immediately described as a batch of recycled promises. The funding, ,

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RCMP shine light on latest fingerprint-detection methods for new banknotes, older cold-case exhibits


RCMP shine light on latest fingerprint-detection methods for new banknotes, older cold-case exhibits Douglas Quan, Postmedia News  11.24.2014 Della Wilkinson, a research scientist with RCMP Integrated Forensic Identification Services in Ottawa, demonstrates loading a polymer bill into a cyanoacrylate fuming chamber. RCMP handout / Postmedia News The RCMP has identified vacuum metal deposition as a reliable way of detecting fingerprints from polymer bills. In this photo, polymer banknotes are shown loaded into a vacuum metal deposition chamber. RCMP handout / Postmedia News ,

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