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The holiday travel season is once again upon us! It's the magical time of the year that combines standing in airport security lines with incrementally losing your mind as the hands of your watch perpetually tick closer to a boarding time that magically moved up 45 minutes since you left the house and the goober in front of you is in the year of our lord 2022 still somehow confused about why we have to take our shoes off in security and goddamit dude stop arguing with the TSA and untie your laces already these tickets are nonrefundable.Ai can help fix this.
— Engadget (December 6) (Pocket)
Whatever the root psychological cause, standing in line can be a major hassle for travelers. About 626 million passengers passed airport security in October 2022, according to the Transportation Security Administration, which would form a line long enough to reach the moon.
— Market Watch (December 3) (Pocket)
Everyone remembers the indignity of having to toss water, shampoo, toothpaste because of some far-fetched airport security rules that flew over their head. But the days of clear plastic bags and the rush to buy "travel-sized" toiletries could be coming to an end.
— The Register (November 25) (Pocket)
Autonomous vacuum maker iRobot is a lot like Tesla, not necessarily by reinventing an existing concept — vacuums, robots and electric cars all existed before these two companies came on the scene — but by imbuing their products with that intangible quirk that makes people sit up and take notice. Just as Tesla ignited the public's imagination as to what an electric car could be and do, iRobot has expanded our perception of how domestic robots can fit into our homes and lives.More than two dozen leading experts from across the technology sector have come together in ‘You Are Not Expected to Understand This’: How 26 Lines of Code Changed the Worldto discuss how seemingly innocuous lines ...
— Engadget (November 22) (Pocket)
The technology and communication service sectors were market leaders throughout most of 2020 and 2021 but have taken it on the chin this year. The Morningstar US Technology Index is down 28.4% and the Morningstar US Communication Services Index is down 38.3% through Nov. 21, while the Morningstar US Market Index is down 17.2%. The profit outlook for many of these stocks is glum, with Big Tech companies offering up downbeat forecasts along with third-quarter earnings reports.
— MorningStar (December 6) (Pocket)
A not-so-typical guide to corporate professionals on how to achieve their career aspirations and still enjoylifePhoto by CURVD® onUnsplashRecently, I had the pleasure to join a panel discussion as a panelist on Charting the Career Path with a group of young professionals in the Toronto tech industry.It was a small yet effective forum. As panelists, we shared the different paths we took to leadership roles in our respective organizations, managing the delicate balance between technical craft and strategic leadership. We also explored a few challenges and opportunities facing women and young professionals in the technology sector. In the end, the entire group was so engaged and excited that we extended the event time to explore more topics ...
— Medium (December 3) (Pocket)
The rate of job cut announcements at U.S. employers in November was more than five times greater than a year ago, according to a report by Challenger, Gray & Christmas. Overall, U.S.-based firms announced 76,835 job cuts in November, led by the technology sector. So far this year, tech companies have announced nearly 81,000 cuts.
— CNBC (December 2) (Pocket)
A manufacturing site that has received interest and investments from large pharma companies and the UK government is opening its doors in Scotland. The manufacturer CPI (Centre for Process Innovation) has opened a new £88 million ($105 million) “Medicines Manufacturing Innovation Center” in Glasgow, Scotland, to accelerate the development of manufacturing tech and solve longstanding challenges in medicine development and manufacturing. According to CPI, the new site is a collaboration between the company and 24 other partner organizations in pharma, academia and government. The site also has founding partners that include GSK, AstraZeneca, CPI, the University of Strathclyde, and two UK government agencies, UK Research and Innovation and the Scottish Enterprise, which invested £16 million ($19.1 million).
— Endpoints (December 1) (Pocket)
ShutterstockA Sydney high school recently introduced fingerprint technology to “help narrow down” students who were vandalising school toilets. Under the plan, students needed to to scan their fingerprints to get access to the toilets or pick-up a swipe card if they opted out. Some parents were supportive, but other parents and digital rights advocates raised privacy and security concerns. The NSW Education Department has since noted the school is still considering how it will handle anti-social behaviour and the community will be “consulted”. While the fingerprint plan appears to have stalled, it shows how easily biometric technology can be introduced into schools.
— The Conversation (November 30) (Pocket)
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