Daily Archives: 01.01.2021

Central Bank warns Brexit may bring some disruption

The Central Bank has warned that the end of the Brexit transition period means “passporting” is no longer allowed The Central Bank has warned that Irish creditors with direct debits in place for UK customers may need to provide their banks with additional information to avoid payment requests being rejected. It follows the end of the Brexit transition period last ...

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Layers Upon Layers of Rock in Candor Chasma on Mars

In many ways, Mars is the planet that is most similar to the Earth. The red world has polar ice caps, a nearly 24-hour rotation period (about 24 hours and 37 minutes), mountains, plains, dust storms, volcanoes, a population of robots, many of which are old and no longer work, and even a Grand Canyon of sorts. The ‘Grand Canyon’ ...

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Future-Guided Incremental Transformer for Simultaneous Translation

Simultaneous translation is the type of machine translation, where output is generated while reading source sentences. It can be used in the live subtitle or simultaneous interpretation. However, the current policies have low computational speed and lack guidance from future source information. Those two weaknesses are overcome by a recently suggested method called Future-Guided Incremental Transformer. Image credit: Pxhere, CC0 ...

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VC Include Announces Fellowship For BIPOC First-Time Fund Managers

VC Include, a platform dedicated to increasing investment in diverse groups, is now accepting applications for its first fellowship for underrepresented first-time fund managers. The VCI Fellowship for BIPOC First-Time Fund Managers is open to first-time fund managers for funds based in the United States. The fellowship is aimed at first-time fund managers who are looking to raise between $10 ...

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European markets end with losses on last day of 2020

Most European markets close 2020 with losses European stocks closed lower today, ending 2020 in the red as tighter coronavirus restrictions in Britain and higher US tariffs on some EU products dampened spirits on the final trading day of the year.  Volumes were thin, with many traders away and most major European bourses closed, with the exception of London, Madrid, ...

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