Daily Archives: 05.10.2021

Phrase ‘at least’ removed from draft OECD tax deal

The OECD plan had stated that a global minimum tax rate of ‘at least’ 15% will be set. RTÉ News understands that the 15% minimum corporate tax rate in the revised draft of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development’s (OECD) reform plan is “very firm”, according to a well-placed source. This means the phrase “at least” no longer applies ...

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Cosmic Opportunities №52

Hello to our fellow readers. We are glad to share a bunch of fresh news. Enjoy the reading! Andy Cahoy – 09’21 has left the “Farmer’s Business Network”, he was VP of International Procurement, FBN Direct Global. Took office as VP of Sales in “Cherry”. K. M. Bratek – 09’21 has left the “Dawn Aerospace”, he was Senior Vice President ...

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Expectable Motion Unit: Avoiding Hazards From Human Involuntary Motions in Human-Robot Interaction

Robots are set to relieve humans of the most mundane and repetitive tasks. Not only would they replace us in the tasks we find most boring, but they also do these tasks more productively. As robots start to replace humans, a lot of environments would include humans and robots working together. Safety will be a significant concern in all these ...

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A Technique to Find Oceans on Other Worlds

You could say that the study of extrasolar planets is in a phase of transition of late. To date, 4,525 exoplanets have been confirmed in 3,357 systems, with another 7,761 candidates awaiting confirmation. As a result, exoplanet studies have been moving away from the discovery process and towards characterization, where follow-up observations of exoplanets are conducted to learn more about ...

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