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Exclusively TikTok planning big push in gaming, testing in Vietnam sources

The TikTok app on a smartphone is shown in this illustration taken on July 13, 2021. REUTERS / Dado Ruvic / Illustration / File Photo Register now to get free unlimited access to Reuters.com Register HONG KONG/HANOI (Reuters) – TikTok is running tests so users can play games on its video-sharing app in Vietnam, four … Read more

Rehabilitation Hospital in Montana integrates virtual reality technology and artificial intelligence into patient care | Country and Territory

Emily Schipper Dr. Jose Ortiz counted the minutes he spent in the back of an ambulance carrying him from Red Lodge to Billings. Timely treatment is essential to save one’s life or quality of life during a stroke. Ortiz had at least a 60-minute drive before he was admitted to the hospital. His medical school … Read more

Performers push for copyright protection from AI deep forgeries

AI is increasingly common in entertainment and audio Performers fear losing work and rights to technology Calls for new legal protections on shows Tbilisi, May 18 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – When a friend texted voice actor Bev Standing to ask if TikTok’s text-to-speech feature sounded, the Canadian artist’s surprise quickly turned to anger. She had … Read more

Janet Pesch The Internet Marketer: Technology is lagging behind: Does this sound like anyone you know? | a job

Janet Peschel Sandy is a landscape designer. She started her own business 12 years ago after the divorce. She provided some flexibility while caring for her two young boys. She has always struggled in marketing and relied on word of mouth to grow her business. She made it through the recession and the coronavirus, but … Read more

China suggests easing tech-related strictures, but don’t expect a shift in policy

China has shown signs of easing its crackdown on the technology sector that has wiped out billions of dollars from the value of its flagship companies. But analysts said Beijing’s recent positive rhetoric should not be confused with policy reversal. “I think the big tech companies will have a grace period maybe for the next … Read more

The latest in sex technology, bluetooth vibrators and NSFW toys

picture: Project Melody 2002, games journalist and researcher Jane Pinkard Use an orgasm vibrator—USB accessory That would match the music of the PS2 triple shooter ris– To masturbate. at Her classic blog nowPinckard praised the game’s falling colors and transmitted sounds, but he found the physical sensations generated by the Trance Vibrator more compelling. “I … Read more

This is what just happened that sent the stock market down 71% of the time, warns Credit Suisse

Wall Street is in an unusually bullish mood on Tuesday morning. Tim Holland, chief investment officer at Orion Advisor Solutions, says the market has just hit two peaks. Last week, the Labor Department finally reported a permanently small drop in inflation, with a gauge of individual investor sentiment showing the largest proportion of retail investors … Read more

Ransomware gang threatens to overthrow the Costa Rican government

San Jose, Costa Rica (AFP) – The ransomware gang that hacked some of Costa Rica’s government computer systems has stepped up its threat, saying its goal now is to overthrow the government. Conte’s Russian-speaking gang may have taken advantage of the fact that President Rodrigo Chavez had only been in office for a week, trying … Read more

Musk and Bezos agree to determine who is responsible for inflation

It’s rare to see Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos agree on things. The first is the richest man in the world, with an estimated fortune of $213 billion as of May 16, according to Bloomberg Billionaire Index. The second is the second richest man on the planet. His fortune is estimated at $135 billion. Musk … Read more

Johnny Depp, Amber Heard Experience, Tiktok Posts Make Some Unintended Influencers Target Others

Sophie Doggett, whose TikTok has previously been posted with videos about everyday things like herself or her pets, posted on her TikTok account on April 25 a clip of Heard’s lawyer asking a question about a witness and then immediately contesting the response. It’s one of several moments in the trial that people like Doggett … Read more