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New podcast discusses intersection of life and technology – MSUToday

New podcast discusses intersection of life and technology – MSUToday

For:Oct. 18, 2021How does technology help us live our best life, and how does it hold us back? How can we harness the power of tech for good, and how does it hurt us? "Life, Meet Tech" explores these questions and more.The podcast is hosted by social scientist and technology enthusiast Prabu David, dean of the College of Communication Arts and Sciences at MSU. Each episode features lively and provocative conversations with an array of notable experts, authors, journalists, and industry leaders on all things tech-life."I'm a social scientist who studies the influence of technology in our lives," said David.…
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Save the Date: 2021 Technology Good Scout Award, Nov. 3 – WashingtonExec

Save the Date: 2021 Technology Good Scout Award, Nov. 3 – WashingtonExec

The National Capital Area Council of Boy Scouts of America will host the 2021 Technology Good Scout Award on Nov. 3 at Tysons Corner Marriott in McLean, Virginia.This year, the award honors Science Applications International Corp. CEO Nazzic Keene for her contributions to virtual modernization efforts for the company, its customers and IT modernization projects for government agencies.The annual event recognizes a leader in the technology industry from within the greater Washington, D.C., area, who exemplifies the values of the Scout Oath and Law in his or her daily life.Keene joined SAIC in 2012 and has held several increasingly responsible…
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Oxford University Press launches new logo – Devdiscourse

Oxford University Press launches new logo – Devdiscourse

Oxford University Press (OUP) Monday launched a new logo which, it said, is designed to support its ongoing transformation to become a digital-first business and enhance its aim to make knowledge and learning more accessible using technology.The branding has been designed by an agency named Superunion with refinements by typographer and logo designer Rob Clarke.It features Oxford's name and an icon showing the turning pages of a book forming the 'O' of the popular university press. It represents Oxford's heritage as a print publisher, and its transformation to a future of multi-format content publishing.The previous logo was just the name…
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Seagate Technology Holdings PLC stock underperforms Monday when compared to competitors – MarketWatch

Seagate Technology Holdings PLC stock underperforms Monday when compared to competitors – MarketWatch

Shares of Seagate Technology Holdings PLC STX, -0.59% sank 0.91% to $81.24 Monday, on what proved to be an all-around mixed trading session for the stock market, with the S&P 500 Index SPX, +0.66% rising 0.34% to 4,486.46 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA, +0.46% falling 0.10% to 35,258.61. This was the stock's second consecutive day of losses. Seagate Technology Holdings PLC closed $24.98 short of its 52-week high ($106.22), which the company achieved on May 17th. The stock underperformed when compared to some of its competitors Monday, as Microsoft Corp. MSFT, +0.21% rose 1.01% to $307.29, HP Inc.…
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Army bets on technology & not more troops on ground in Eastern Command to deal with China – ThePrint

Army bets on technology & not more troops on ground in Eastern Command to deal with China – ThePrint

Rupa (Arunachal Pradesh): Understanding well that “mountains eat up men”, the Indian Army has sharpened its focus on technology rather than increased boots on the ground in the Eastern Command to tackle an aggressive China.The technology push by the Army has seen the deployment of a wide range of cameras, sensors, radars, motion detectors, satellite imagery, drones — which are all backed by an indigenous Artificial Intelligence software — to keep a track of the movement of the People‘s Liberation Army (PLA), not just along the LAC but also well within the enemy territory.While the programme to induct modern technology…
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Banks boosting their technology hiring to chase South Asia’s $93 billion in tech deals – Mint

Banks boosting their technology hiring to chase South Asia’s $93 billion in tech deals – Mint

Tech startups in Southeast Asia and India are maturing in terms of scale and size, with many becoming unicorns and some ready to go public either through direct listings or mergers Investment banks are boosting their technology hiring in Southeast Asia and India as the region’s fast-growing consumer internet markets catch up with their peers, pushing deals to new heights. Global lenders Barclays Plc and Citigroup Inc. have created new senior roles, while regional and boutique players are staffing up to capture a surge of activity in mergers and acquisitions and initial public offerings. “Every single investment bank is looking…
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