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Money Habits, On-Device AI, and Pearl Harbor Remains

By March 8, 2024No Comments

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Joke of the Day: What’s your dog’s favorite Pink Floyd album?

Bark Side of the Moon.

Keeping up with America

How a Chinese citizen allegedly absconded with a trove of Google’s confidential AI files: The alleged theft involved the building blocks of Google’s supercomputing data centers, which develop applications to generate responses to tasks or questions.

Remains of California Navy sailor killed in Pearl Harbor attack identified: The remains of a Navy sailor who was killed in the attack on Pearl Harbor during World War II has been identified, the Defense Department reported Thursday.

U.S. Army sergeant accused of exchanging sensitive military information with co-conspirator in Hong Kong: Korbein Schultz provided documents regarding U.S. national defense, prosecutors alleged.

Senate passes bill to compensate Americans exposed to radiation by the government: The Senate passed legislation Thursday that would compensate Americans exposed to radiation by the government by renewing a law initially passed more than three decades ago.

Facebook and Instagram – Meta services hit by widespread outages: Services refuse login attempts and feeds stall as Google’s platform also experiences login problems.

Around the World

Missile explodes near Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy’s meeting with Greek prime minister: The Ukrainian prime minister was meeting with Kyriakos Mitsotakis.

Sydney asbestos scare – How a mulch discovery has sent a city scrambling: In January, an Australian child innocently brought home a couple of handfuls of garden mulch from near a playground in Sydney’s inner west.

Lets Talk Business and Tech

Why Cross-Cultural Communication Is Key To Success In Technology

How smart home technology made my home more accessible

On-Device AI Is a Whole New Way of Experiencing Artificial Intelligence

Richer, Wiser, Happier

People Who Are Happy With Their Personal Finances Make These 3 Moves More Often: A new survey from Wells Fargo and The Female Quotient identified three priority money moves that seem to make the biggest difference in people’s financial happiness.

How you can achieve your money goals | Tom Watson, Money. We’re already two months into 2024 which means that many of those resolutions set amid the positivity and optimism of the new year will already have fallen by the wayside. Sound familiar? If it does, there may be some small comfort in knowing that you’re not alone.

Money Habits of the Millennial Generation: The millennial generation, the largest in U.S. history, encompasses those born from 1981 to 1996, and they distinctly differ from older generations—even when it comes to their finances.

Sports and Showbiz Shenanigans

Impressed with Alperen Şengün’s impressive breakout? Well, it almost didn’t happen | Xavier McKinney explains his priorities in free agency after surprise Giants decision

Horror thriller movie production being filmed in Harpers Ferry | Adam Sandler’s Netflix hits make him Hollywood’s best-paid actor, Forbes says

Akira Toriyama, Manga Artist and Creator of ‘Dragon Ball’ Series, Dies at 68 | ‘Inside Out 2’ trailer introduces Ayo Edebiri as Envy and new emotions

 Life Hacks to Hack Your Life

Looking for Cheap Flights? Don’t Ignore This Underrated Airline Tool

Office Supplies List: Essential Items for a Productive Workplace

10 spring gardening tips you have to try

Expert warns of viral spring cleaning hacks everyone needs to avoid

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