Daily Archives: 01.06.2021

ZipRecruiter Stock Pops As Company Braces For Post-Pandemic Demand

ZipRecruiter’s stock popped on its first day of trading, opening at $20 on Wednesday after setting a reference price of $18. The Santa Monica-based company went public through a direct listing, meaning it didn’t sell a block of shares before it began trading on the public markets. ZipRecruiter, which connects job seekers to employers, reached a valuation of $2.4 billion ...

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Enabling Human Control of Autonomous Partners

DARPA program to help humans maintain situational awareness when AI behaves in unexpected ways. Enhancing Design for Graceful Extensibility (EDGE). Image: DARPA A major benefit of increasingly advanced automation and artificial intelligence technology is decreased workload and greater safety for humans – whether it’s driving a vehicle, piloting an airplane, or patrolling a dangerous street in a deployed location with ...

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Long-Range Photo of Ingenuity Taken by Perseverance’s SuperCam Instrument

NASA’s Ingenuity helicopter is a stunning achievement of engineering, design, and, well, ingenuity. The dual-rotor craft can be seen taking off and landing in this remarkable video, taken by the Mastcam-Z, an imager aboard the Perseverance Mars Rover. Mastcam-Z is a tremendous scientific instrument, but this article’s truly outstanding lead image was taken with Perseverance’s SuperCam instrument. Published by Kevin ...

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NASA administrator unveils $24.8 billion 2022 budget request

STORY WRITTEN FOR  & USED WITH PERMISSION NASA Administrator Bill Nelson during a Senate confirmation hearing April 21. Credit: NASA/Bill Ingalls The Biden administration’s $24.8 billion fiscal 2022 budget request for NASA will keep the agency on track to send the the first woman and the next man to the moon as early as 2024, NASA Administrator Bill Nelson said Friday, ...

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Cosmic Opportunities №34

The first summer day brings to us a lot of interesting news which we want to share with you. Enjoy the reading! Today we have a special addition — two well-known persons in the aerospace sector founded new companies. Mikhail Kokorich – has founded an aerospace company “Destinus” and becomes its CEO. Jordan Noone – co-founded CAD software development company ...

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Mortgage approvals continue to grow, driven by FTBs

A total of 4,362 mortgages were approved in April New figures show that the number of mortgages approved were up 0.9% in April on a monthly basis, while they rose by over 98% compared with the same time last year. Banking & Payments Federation Ireland said a total of 4,362 mortgages were approved in April. First-time buyers (FTBs) were approved ...

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SEC’s Head Wants to ‘Fill in the Gaps’ in Crypto Investor Protection

Gary Gensler. Source: a video screenshot, Youtube/Bloomberg Markets and Finance Gary Gensler, Chairman of the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), told US lawmakers that he wants to work with other regulatory agencies and the Congress to “fill in the gaps of investor protection in these crypto markets,” indicating that the SEC may soon develop tighter regulations for the sector. ...

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