Daily Archives: 29.05.2021

Weekly NFT roundup May 19-25: OneOf, Propy and Charlie Bit My Finger

Investors plough $63 million into music NFT platform OneOf Non-fungible token (NFT) platform OneOf has raised $63 million in a seed round from prominent tech and music industry veterans. The platform was co-founded by tech entrepreneur Lin Dai, digital media executive Joshua James, and music industry veteran Adam Fell, in partnership with Quincy Jones and Quincy Jones Productions. OneOf says ...

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Eyes on Edge: tinyML Vision Challenge! with tinyML Foundation

Tiny machine learning (tinyML) is broadly defined as a fast-growing field of machine learning technologies including hardware, algorithms and software capable of performing on-device sensor data analytics at extremely low power, typically in the mW range and below, and hence enabling a variety of always-on use cases and targeting battery-operated devices. The Seeker is calling on developers everywhere to devise ...

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Five launches planned from Florida’s Space Coast in June

A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket fires off pad 39A at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center on April 23 with four astronauts aboard a Crew Dragon spacecraft. Credit: SpaceX More than three-quarters of the launches from Florida’s Space Coast so far this year have deployed SpaceX’s Starlink internet satellites, but the focus will shift to other customers in June. Five rocket flights ...

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Pubs welcome reopening plan, restaurants ‘baffled’

The VFI is calling for the removal of the 105-minute time limit from the guidelines There has been mixed reaction to this evening’s Government announcement among businesses in the hospitality sector. While there has been a broad welcome from the bodies representing pubs to the 5 July reopening of indoor service, the Restaurants Association of Ireland said it is “baffled” ...

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Developing Economies & Better Educated People Lead Crypto ‘Space Race’

Source: Adobe/mykolastock People in so-called developing economies are more familiar with decentralized cryptocurrencies, such as bitcoin (BTC), while respondents with better education were more likely to use crypto, according to a new survey. “Money is rapidly evolving. Only a few years ago there seemed to be very little commercial or popular support for even the idea of a digital currency ...

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