Daily Archives: 27.09.2021

Bank of Ireland CFO leaves bank to join Musgrave Group

Bank of Ireland’s chief financial officer Myles O’Grady is to take up a new role with SuperValu owner Musgraves Group Bank of Ireland has blamed state-imposed curbs on bankers pay and bonuses for the announcement that its chief financial officer Myles O’Grady is to leave the bank to move to a job with the Musgrave Group. Myles O’Grady is moving ...

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Maneuver-based Trajectory Prediction for Self-driving Cars Using Spatio-temporal Convolutional Networks

Roughly 1.3 million people die every year in car accidents around the world. 90% of car accidents are caused by human error. Self-driving cars would not only make the world a safer place, but also make transport and travel more predictable and more efficient. This efficiency would benefit the economy and social sector on a global scale. Image courtesy of ...

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Landsat-9 Ready for Monday Launch, as ULA Flight Manifest Resumes

Encapsulated within its payload fairing, Landsat-9 is readied for transport to the Mobile Service Tower (MST) and installation atop the Atlas V. Photo Credit: ULA After what has so far been its least-flown year on record, United Launch Alliance (ULA) stands primed to fly a second “Mighty Atlas” of 2021 from Vandenberg Space Force Base, Calif., on Monday afternoon. The ...

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Astronomers Detect Clouds on an Exoplanet, and Even Measure Their Altitude

The search for planets beyond our Solar System has grown immensely during the past few decades. To date, 4,521 extrasolar planets have been confirmed in 3,353 systems, with an additional 7,761 candidates awaiting confirmation. With so many distant worlds available for study (and improved instruments and methods), the process of exoplanet studies has been slowly transitioning away from discovery towards ...

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