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More Women Are Thriving In Science – Does That Mean Attitudes Have Changed?

Do More Women Succeed in Science Mean Attitudes Have Changed? Over the past four years, women have excelled in science like a tsunami. Half a dozen women have won Nobel prizes in physiology, medicine, physics, and chemistry. Their remarkable accomplishments include Katalin Karikó’s work on Covid-19 mRNA vaccines and Andrea Ghez’s discovery of a supermassive…

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Playstation Unveils Controller For Disabled Gamers

Playstation Has Introduced A Controller Designed Specifically For Gamers With Disabilities A PlayStation controller with large circle-shaped buttons and a joystick on one side will be released in December to make gaming simpler for disabled individuals. The gaming giant has been under pressure to address an industry-long overlooked issue despite rivals releasing identical items. Impressed…

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To Combat Fraud, Mastercard Develops Generative AI

Mastercard Creates A Generative Ai Model To Fight Fraud Mastercard will launch its generative AI fraud detection tool later this year, boosting its real-time fraud detection technology. Decision Intelligence Pro (DI Pro) uses a recurrent neural network created by Mastercard’s cybersecurity and anti-fraud teams. Mastercard handles billions of transactions annually to train its fraud detection…

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Set Back For Angola’s Team As Their First Choice Goal Keeper Missing Out

CAF Bars Angola’s First Choice Goalkeeper From Playing Against Super Eagles, Star Midfielder Leaves Camp Neblu, Angola’s first-choice goalkeeper, is not qualified to play in the quarterfinal match against Nigeria at the present Africa Cup of Nations in Ivory Coast, according to the Confederation of African Football (CAF), which has informed Angola of this fact….

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