Autonomous revolution is here. About 85 percent of company interactions with their customers will be automated soon, according to #Oracle’s VP, Dain Hansen. Learn about the latest AI trends that enterprises should be watching. #thinkautonomous https://t.co/4cnQWxUCLe Autonomous revolution is here. About 85 percent… Autonomous revolution is here. About 85 percent of company interactions with their […] […]Read More The autonomous revolution is here. About 85 percent… — st1tchdotcom
“What can we gain by sailing to the moon if we are not able to cross the abyss that separates us from ourselves? This is the most important of all voyages of discovery, and without it, all the rest are not only useless but disastrous.” ~ Thomas Merton “The abyss that separates us from ourselves.” I […]Read More Will the ‘Autonomous Revolution’ be the ‘Eudaimonia’ experience in our world?
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#AceNewsReport – Dec.06: United States of America, through its Departments of Justice and State, and the United Kingdom, through its National Crime Agency (NCA), today announced the unsealing of criminal charges in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and Lincoln, Nebraska, against Maksim V. Yakubets, aka online moniker, “aqua,” 32, of Moscow, Russia, related to two separate international computer […] […]Read More (WASHINGTON) DOJ REPORT: Russian National Charged with Decade-Long Series of Hacking and Bank Fraud Offenses Resulting in Tens of Millions in Losses and Second Russian National Charged with Involvement in Deployment of “Bugat” Malware Reward of up to $5 Million Offered for Information Leading to Arrest or C onviction including MP3 link from FBI #AceNewsDesk reports — Ace News Services