Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin Ex-Google CEO Eric Schmidt. Photographer: Cole Burston/Bloomberg© 2017 Bloomberg Finance LP Eric Schmidt, the former CEO of Google, has been appointed chairman of a US government artificial intelligence advisory group. The advisory group, known as the National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence, will advise on the national
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Chief Happiness OfficersPexels Royalty Free Does your organization have a Chief Happiness Officer? No? Well, it shouldn’t. At least not a dedicated one. That’s what your CEO/PO/Department Head/Team Leader is for. Not what they are for “as well” or “in addition to their real business role” – literally the entire purpose of any leader ought
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WASHINGTON — A partial government shutdown now nearly five weeks old is affecting a growing number of space companies and organizations as well as the agencies themselves shuttered by the lapse in funding. Much of the federal government has been shut down since a continuing resolution, or stopgap appropriations bill, funding them lapsed Dec. 22.
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WASHINGTON — The European Commission is preparing a series of programs aimed at fostering space startups and encouraging them to stay in Europe rather than leaving for the United States. Commissioners speaking this week at the Conference on European Space Policy in Brussels said the continued reservations of European investors about financing space startups is
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The healthiest neighborhoods in the Big Apple are in the outer-boroughs, listings site StreetEasy found.Getty A healthy lifestyle in New York City doesn’t come cheap. Some of the Big Apple’s most wellness-focused neighborhoods also have some of its highest rents, notes a new report compiled by the listings site StreetEasy, using data from Seamless. For example,
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BERLIN — The European Commission allocated another 96 million euros ($109 million) for the European Space Agency to spend on the Copernicus Earth-observation program in the next two years. The agreement was announced this week during the Conference on European Space Policy in Brussels, Belgium. Similar to NASA’s Landsat program, Copernicus provides Earth-observation data for free.
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