Daily Archives: 28.09.2021

Dalata to create 600 jobs at new and existing hotels

Dalata owns the Maldron and Clayton brands By Will Goodbody Business Editor Ireland's largest hotel group, Dalata, is to create nearly 600 jobs across its expanding network of Maldron and Clayton hotels both here and in the UK. The company said occupancy levels in its existing 45 hotels across both countries are rising. It is also in the process of ...

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Cosmic Opportunities №51

Apollo XV EVA by Pier Mion Hello to our fellow readers, today we have a lot of interesting news.Lets start with the famous Blue Origin. It seems that after a short trip almost to space three employees decided to leave and find a better place to work in. The Pokémon Company International is definitely something worth leaving the Blue Origin ...

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Learning to Walk in Minutes Using Massively Parallel Deep Reinforcement Learning

Deep reinforcement learning (DRL) has been successfully used to solve robotics tasks like locomotion, manipulation, or navigation. However, complex tasks require a long training time. A recent paper on arXiv.org explores massive parallelism for the improvement of the quality and time-to-deployment of DRL policies. Robonaut. Image credit NASA via Pixabay The researchers examine how the standard RL formulation and the ...

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New eye on planet Earth rockets into orbit from California

A United Launch Alliance Atlas 5 rocket blasts off from Vandenberg Space Force Base, California, with the Landsat 9 satellite. Credit: NASA/Bill Ingalls NASA and United Launch Alliance deployed a new Landsat satellite in orbit Monday after liftoff on an Atlas 5 rocket from Vandenberg Space Force Base in California, marking the 2,000th launch from the West Coast spaceport since ...

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Mighty Atlas Launches Landsat-9, Rideshares to Orbit on First Four-Burn Centaur Mission

Landsat-9 launches at 11:12 a.m. PDT Monday. Photo Credit: ULA A roll of thunder broke the stillness of a foggy West Coast Monday afternoon, as United Launch Alliance (ULA)’s mighty Atlas V roared aloft from Space Launch Complex (SLC)-3E at Vandenberg Space Force Base, Calif., laden with the Landsat-9 payload on behalf of NASA and the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS). ...

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