The Pentagon Is Bolstering Its AI Systems—by Hacking Itself

Reading Time: 7 minutes The Pentagon sees artificial intelligence as a way to outfox, outmaneuver, and dominate future adversaries. But the brittle nature of AI means that without due care, the technology could perhaps hand enemies a new way to attack. The Joint Artificial Intelligence Center, created by the Pentagon to help the US military make use of AI, … Read more

Stimulus Check Sum Up: Tug-Of-War Between People & And The Government For Added Funds |

Reading Time: 4 minutes Stimulus Check announcements provided much-needed relief to the Americans. The government funding relieved people from the financial stranglehold to a large extent. However, there seems to be a noticeable difference between certain sections. While some families have managed to cope up, others’ conditions did not seem to improve. This has led to citizens getting vocal … Read more

‘Anti-Sex’ Beds in the Olympic Village? A Social Media Theory Is Soon Debunked

Reading Time: 5 minutes Competitors arriving at the Tokyo Olympics have discovered something unusual about the beds in the athletes’ village: They’re made of cardboard. Some have shared images on social media of the modular bed frames, which are made by the Japanese company Airweave and are recyclable. Organizers say it is the first time that the beds at … Read more

‘Anti-Sex’ Beds in the Olympic Village? A Social Media Theory is Soon Debunked

Reading Time: 5 minutes Competitors arriving at the Tokyo Olympics have discovered something unusual about the beds in the athletes’ village: They’re made of cardboard. Some have shared images on social media of the modular bed frames, which are made by the Japanese company Airweave and are recyclable. Organizers say it is the first time that the beds at … Read more

US, Allies Condemn China For “Malicious” Cyber Activity

Reading Time: 6 minutes The official said US allies were sharing technical advice on how to confront China. Washington: The United States on Monday led allies in a fierce condemnation of China over allegedly “malicious” cyber activity, accusing it of criminal extortion, issuing ransom demands to private firms and threatening national security. In comments likely to further strain worsening … Read more

In France, angry protests, rising infections and record vaccinations.

Reading Time: 7 minutes More than 100,000 people took to the streets across France over the weekend to protest against President Emmanuel Macron’s tough new vaccination strategy, which will restrict access to restaurants, cafes, movie theaters, long-distance trains and more for the unvaccinated. Demonstrators in Paris and elsewhere vented against what some called Mr. Macron’s “dictatorship” after he announced … Read more

Realising the NEP’s Vision of Transforming Assessments in Schools across India – EI blog

Reading Time: 9 minutes The National Education Policy (NEP) affirmed the government’s commitment to education reform. A key focus of the NEP is to transform assessments “from primarily testing rote memorization skills to one that is more diagnostic and tests higher-order skills.” To be effective, these reforms must percolate beyond the national and state level to individual schools. The NEP … Read more

Your competitors can copy everything except this. | Schaefer Marketing Solutions: We Help Businesses {grow}

Reading Time: 14 minutes If I had to pick one marketing theme repeated most often in the guru circles, it is this: “You need to be different than your competitors.” I agree with this by the way. Finding your point of differentiation is essential. If you’re not different from competitors in a remarkable and meaningful way, how in the … Read more

Work, reinvented: Tech will drive the office evolution

Reading Time: 11 minutes In an early May blog post, Google chief executive officer (CEO) Sundar Pichai shared the company’s vision for its workplace future—over a year after the covid-19 pandemic forced offices around the world to shutter almost overnight and employees suddenly shifted to working remotely using Zoom, Microsoft Teams, and a host of other virtual collaboration tools. … Read more

Here’s Why That NES Zelda Sold For $870,000, According To The Guy Who Designed The Packaging

Reading Time: 6 minutes © Nintendo Back when Nintendo conquered the living room for the first time with the NES, one of the key components of that success was branding – something which was handled by GIRVIN Design, headed up by Tim Girvin. The firm worked with Nintendo to create the ‘look’ of the NES brand, from packaging design … Read more