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Opinion: Are we reaching the limits of Moore's Law?  As costs rise, the future of the IT revolution is in jeopardy

Opinion: Are we reaching the limits of Moore’s Law? As costs rise, the future of the IT revolution is in jeopardy

Chris Miller is Assistant Professor of International History at Tufts University’s Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy and Jeane Kirkpatrick Visiting Scholar at the American Enterprise Institute. He is the author of Chip War: the fight for the most critical technology in the world. When Gordon Moore was asked in 1965 to predict the future, …

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Minimum wages law must be dismissed when calculating compensation in the absence of positive proof of income, Supreme Court says

Minimum wages law must be dismissed when calculating compensation in the absence of positive proof of income, Supreme Court says

The Court said that where positive evidence had been presented, no reliance could be placed on the notification, particularly where no one claimed the deceased was a workman, as presumed by the High Court. The Supreme Court of India on September 27 held that the calculation of compensation under the notification of the Minimum Wages …

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EU passes law to switch from iPhone to USB-C by end of 2024

EU passes law to switch from iPhone to USB-C by end of 2024

The European Parliament today voted overwhelmingly in favor of applying USB-C as a common charging port on a wide range of consumer electronics, including the iPhone and AirPods , by the end of 2024. The proposal, known as the directive, requires all consumer electronics manufacturers selling their products in Europe to ensure that a wide …

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New York City Proposes Rules to Clarify Upcoming Artificial Intelligence Law for Employers

New York City Proposes Rules to Clarify Upcoming Artificial Intelligence Law for Employers

October 3, 2022 Click for PDF Finally, good news for employers using Automated Employment Decision Tools (“AEDTs”) in New York: the Department of Consumer and Worker Protection (“DCWP”) has proposed rules in the purpose of clarifying many ambiguities in New York’s artificial law. Intelligence Act (“IA”), which comes into force on 1 January 2023.[1] New …

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Danielle Citron, professor of law: “Privacy is essential to human development”

Danielle Citron is a professor of law at the University of Virginia School of Law, where she specializes in privacy and civil rights. His new book, The Fight for Privacy: Protecting Dignity, Identity and Love in the Digital Age, describes the 21st century attack on privacy by “Spying Inc”, the companies, governments and individuals who …

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Do you recognize these tattoos?  Iowa law enforcement is asking for help identifying body found in Missouri River

Do you recognize these tattoos? Iowa law enforcement is asking for help identifying body found in Missouri River

THE SHERIFF OF MILLS COUNTY NEEDS YOUR HELP TO IDENTIFY THE REMAINS OF A PERSON FOUND IN APRIL. IN A STATEMENT, THE SHERIFF’S OFFICE AS THE BODY WAS RECOVERED IN THE MISSOURI RIVER JUST NORTH OF HIGHWAY 370 ON APRIL 23. THE MAN WAS FOUND WEARING DARK PANTS AND BOXERS. HE HAD SEVERAL TATTOOS. INCLUDING …

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Intel says Moore's Law is still alive and well.  Nvidia says it's over.

Intel says Moore’s Law is still alive and well. Nvidia says it’s over.

Intel CEO Patrick Gelsinger at the WEF in Davos, Switzerland on May 23. 2022. Adam Galica | CNBC Two of America’s largest semiconductor companies disagree on the pace of chip advancement and whether Moore’s Law still applies. Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger said at a company launch event on Tuesday that Moore’s Law, an Intel founder’s …

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Durham's Holistic Empathetic Assistance Response programs aim to reduce law enforcement involvement and divert more than 800 calls

Durham’s Holistic Empathetic Assistance Response programs aim to reduce law enforcement involvement and divert more than 800 calls

After nearly three months in operation, the Durham Community Safety Department’s new Holistic Empathic Assistance Response Teams pilot programs have reduced more than 800 interactions with law enforcement. The HEART pilot programs were launched in late June to provide unarmed response alternatives to 911 crisis calls. As of September 26, they had responded to 805 …

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