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A photo symbolizing “love and compassion” of an 85-year-old Brazilian woman getting her first embrace in five months from a nurse through a transparent “hug curtain” was named the World Press Photo of the Year on Thursday.
For the past 15 years, Nuance has been the largest independent speech recognition vendor servicing healthcare and enterprise customer service markets. With this acquisition, Microsoft gets serious healthcare chops, an arsenal of conversational AI asset…
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Cambodia’s Prime Minister Hun Sen has ordered a strict stay-at-home two-week lockdown in the capital Phnom Penh starting Thursday to slow a surge in coronavirus cases, warning “we will die unless we act responsibly.”
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America has officially blamed the Russian government for the hack of multiple federal agencies.
The Biden administration has officially blamed and sanctioned Russia for its role…
In unraveling my 2gig system, I came across a curiosity that I’d like more details on if possible.
I have a TAKE345 module with 8 “ports”, each port is assigned a different set of wired sensors but they are all on loop 1.
I have four Honeywell 5816 wireless sensors however they don’t work unless they are on loop 2. If I walk test them on loop 1, thry fault and the system can’t arm. If I walk test them on loop 2, they work perfectly and trigger as expected.
I don’t understand what loops are, especially since these are wireless sensors, can someone give me a cliff’s notes version?
An EgyptAir flight was the scene of a terrifying ordeal when a man hijacked the plane and forced the pilots to land in Cyprus. The man said that he was wearing a suicide belt, which turned out to be fake. Holly Williams explains what happened.
Investors worry the dovish signal from Turkey’s central bank risks more volatility for the country’s currency.
Targeting global companies, the attackers are likely seeking confidential data on the distribution and storage of the coronavirus vaccines, says IBM Security X-Force.