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Vision Council releases survey findings on technology use, telehealth in optometry

November 23, 2022 1 min read ADD TOPIC TO EMAIL ALERTS Receive an email when new articles are posted on Please provide your email address to receive an email when new articles are posted on . " data-action=subscribe> Subscribe We were unable to process your request. Please try again later. If you continue to have this issue please contact customerservice@slackinc.com. Back to Healio The Vision Council has released findings from its Focused inSights 2022: Digital Habits survey, which highlight recent developments in telehealth and increased technology use in optometry, according to a council press release. The survey, which asked participants about digital device use, online purchasing habits, social media use and telehealth experience...
GOGY) grows headquarter location to accommodate growth of team and portfolio of brands
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GOGY) grows headquarter location to accommodate growth of team and portfolio of brands

WESTON, Fla., Nov. 22, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Golden Grail Technology (OTC: GOGY) www.GoldenGrailBeverages.com, is pleased to announce that it has expanded its office space to accommodate growth of our team and our growing line up of beverage brands.(PRNewsfoto/Golden Grail Technology Corp)"We are building a strong team dedicated to growth in our existing brands, while continuing to expand our portfolio." Says Lindsay Esheman, COO of Golden Grail Tech Beverages. "Personally, I am excited about what is coming down the line for Golden Grail. We are quickly and strategically growing our business with new developments on the horizon."Golden Grail is set to announce a new addition to the portfolio in early December of this year. With this recent acquisition comes a recognizable brand with a natio...
Orion moonship operating in near-flawless fashion, mission managers say
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Orion moonship operating in near-flawless fashion, mission managers say

NASA's unpiloted Orion moonship, sailing smoothly toward a remote lunar orbit after a spectacular low-altitude flyby Monday, is operating in near-flawless fashion, mission managers reported Monday, out-performing expectations on a flight to pave the way toward the first piloted mission in 2024.An analysis of the huge Space Launch System rocket that boosted the Orion capsule on its way early Wednesday showed it performed almost exactly as expected, taking off atop 8.8 million pounds of thrust and producing a ground-shaking shock wave that literally blew the doors off launch pad elevators.The core stage's four upgraded space shuttle main engines and twin solid-fuel boosters propelled the 322-foot-tall rocket out of the atmosphere and into space almost exactly as planned. At main engi...
HOZON Auto launches ‘Haozhi’ global technology brand
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HOZON Auto launches ‘Haozhi’ global technology brand

Shanghai (Gasgoo)- HOZON Auto, the Chinese startup owning the new energy vehicle (NEV) brand NETA, launched a significant global technology brand, dubbed "Haozhi" in Chinese, on Nov. 21, indicating the company has ushered in a new competition era where technology systems are highlighted.The Haozhi brand has three sub-brands pivoting around intelligent super computing platform, electric drive system, and range extender system, respectively, with a slew of cutting-edge technical products launched at one go.Haozhi Super ComputingTo achieve high-level automobile intelligence, automakers should turn the distributed electrical/electronic architecture (EEA) more centralized. The Haozhi super computing platform rides on a centralized computing architecture which can synergize four zone contr...
NASA’s Orion capsule races past the moon in a course-changing flyby
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NASA’s Orion capsule races past the moon in a course-changing flyby

Out of contact on the far side of the moon, NASA's unpiloted Orion crew capsule carried out a critical rocket firing and lunar flyby Monday, flinging the craft toward a distant orbit for tests intended to pave the way to a piloted flight in 2024.NASA managers met Saturday, four days after Orion's sky-lighting launch, and gave flight controllers a "go" to proceed with Orion's "outbound powered flyby" maneuver, a two-and-a-half-minute firing of the spacecraft's main engine starting at 7:44 a.m. EST Monday.Dramatic live video from cameras mounted on the spacecraft showed Earth slowly approaching the limb of the moon and then disappearing as Orion passed out of contact behind the moon at 7:25 a.m. Nineteen minutes later, still out of contact, Orion executed the engine firing on its own...
AdTheorent Wins “Best Mobile Marketing Platform” in Digiday Technology Awards
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AdTheorent Wins “Best Mobile Marketing Platform” in Digiday Technology Awards

Digiday's Prestigious Awards Program Recognizes the Technology Modernizing Media and Marketing Around the WorldNEW YORK, Nov. 21, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- AdTheorent Holding Company, Inc. (Nasdaq: ADTH) ("AdTheorent" or "the Company"), a programmatic digital advertising leader using advanced machine learning technology and privacy-forward solutions to deliver real-world value for advertisers and marketers, today announced it has been selected as the winner of the "Best Mobile Marketing Platform" in the 2022 Digiday Technology Awards, awarding the technology platform that provides the best cross-device solutions for mobile marketing. AdTheorent Wins "Best Mobile Marketing Platform" in Digiday Technology Awards Tweet this AdTheorent is a digital media platform with trans...
NASA’s Orion capsule closes in on the moon for a course-changing flyby
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NASA’s Orion capsule closes in on the moon for a course-changing flyby

Nearly five days after its sky-lighting launch, NASA's unpiloted Orion crew capsule closed in on the moon Sunday, on course for a critical rocket firing and lunar flyby Monday to whip the craft into a distant orbit. The goal is to pave the way toward a piloted flight around the moon in 2024.NASA managers met Saturday and gave flight controllers a "go" to proceed with Orion's "outbound powered flyby" maneuver, a two-and-a-half-minute firing of the spacecraft's main engine starting at 7:44 a.m. EST Monday, about 19 minutes after the capsule passes behind the moon on a left-to-right trajectory as viewed from Earth.The burn will change Orion's velocity by about 350 mph, committing the craft to a course-changing flyby. And it will be executed during the 34 minutes Orion is out of contac...
Technology offers immense potential – Elets eGov
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Technology offers immense potential – Elets eGov

Sameer Unhale, State Mission Director, Swachh Maharashtra Mission Urban talked about how technology can be utilised for facing the challenges of public policy making, public policy implementation and execution. He said, “Leveraging technology, we can do many works simultaneously as manual work has own limitations. Technology has helped us in effectively managing services and infrastructure in urban areas.” Unhale said that many efforts have been made to adopt technology into the management of cities and services, and infrastructure. “We have seen many initiatives from various types of services, especially in the last two decades,” he said. He also stressed upon the fact that technology and the potential it has to resolve challenges is what has made urban living mo...
Kanye West returns to Twitter
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Kanye West returns to Twitter

Rapper Ye, formerly known as Kanye West, returned to Twitter on Sunday, writing "Testing Testing Seeing if my Twitter is unblocked." Twitter confirmed last month that West had been locked out of his account "due to a violation of Twitter's policies,"  While Twitter did not specify which policies West had broken, he posted on Oct. 9 "death [sic] con 3" on Jewish people." In the tweet — which has since been removed — West also wrote, "The funny thing is I actually can't be Anti Semitic because black people are actually Jew also." Testing Testing Seeing if my Twitter is unblocked— ye (@kanyewest) November 20, 2022 West was also restricted by Instagram earlier this month, posting on Parler, the right-leaning social network, that he was  "kicked off Instagram for 30 da...
Intel’s FakeCatcher can detect fake videos with 96% accuracy
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Intel’s FakeCatcher can detect fake videos with 96% accuracy

Photo : IANSAmid growing threat from misinformation, Intel has unveiled a new deepfake detection platform that can flag discrepancies with a 96% accuracy rate. The platform is the world’s first real-time deepfake detector that returns results in milliseconds..What are deepfakes?Deepfakes - a combination of the words 'deep learning' and 'fake' - are a kind of visual media wherein a person's existing image or video is replaced with another individual's likeness. The technique makes use of machine learning and artificial intelligence to create deceptive (yet realistic) content. In recent years, deepfakes have garnered focus for their potential use in pornographic material, fake news financial fraud and more. How does FakeCatcher work?According to the company, the Intel technology looks for au...