Global Ground Handling Software Market (2019 to 2027) – COVID-19 Impact and Analysis | News

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DUBLIN, Aug. 6, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The “Ground Handling Software Market Forecast to 2027 – COVID-19 Impact and Global Analysis by Airport Class; Application” report has been added to’s offering.

The ground handling software market was valued at US$ 2,972.98 million in 2019 and is projected to reach US$ 4,382.05 million by 2027; it is expected to grow at a CAGR of 5.3% from 2019 to 2027.

The ground handling software market is soaring in the current scenario across the globe. The majority of the demand is generated from airports in developing countries worldwide. The substantial investments toward the construction of new airports in developing countries are triggering the demand for technologically sophisticated ground handling software in order to streamline the ground handling operations.

This factor is catalyzing the growth of the ground handling software market. Apart from developing countries, several European countries, especially the Nordic Countries, are

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Vapotherm in Exeter advances COVID-19 treatment technology – News –

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EXETER – Vapotherm has ramped up production of its innovative device used in the respiratory treatment of hospitalized COVID-19 patients “20-fold,” according to CEO Joe Army.

The Vapotherm technology – known as the Precision Flow Hi-VNI system – is regarded by the company as a safer alternative to the ventilators used by hospitals for critically ill COVID patients.

While use of a ventilator requires intubation (inserting a tube, called an endotracheal tube, through the mouth and then into the airway so that a patient can be placed on a ventilator), Vapotherm’s device uses what is called a “high-flow nasal cannula.”

Instead of down the throat, this method attaches a cannula (soft plastic fitted prongs) onto the nose for high-volume delivery of properly humidified air into the body of a patient suffering from a respiratory ailment such as COVID-19.

“We’re a specialized form of high flow nasal cannula, and we’re actually

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IIT-B designs electronic neuron to make devices faster – mumbai news

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A team of researchers led by the Indian Institute of Technology- Bombay (IIT-B) have designed an electronic neuron that mimics the nerve cells or the neurons of a human brain and can help devices make faster decisions.

The study, published in the journal APL Materials of the American Institute of Physics in September last year, proposes a theoretical framework of neural networks – an active field of research in machine learning – that can enable computers to perform everyday tasks such as image, voice and pattern recognition. In simpler terms, the neurons will improve the results of facial recognition, voice recognition and understanding of languages.

For instance, currently, electronic gadgets such as computers and mobile phones are based on Complementary metal-oxide-semiconductor (CMOS) technology. In this technology, the device will go through millions of possibilities before reaching an answer when prompted for facial recognition. The neural network proposed by the team

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Fox News hosts Tucker Carlson, Sean Hannity almost make me pine for the era of Glenn Beck and Bill O’Reilly

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Ten years ago when Fox News was riding high in the ratings with Glenn Beck talking about Nazis and Bill O’Reilly dividing the nation into “pinheads and patriots,” I thought I would never see a cable channel with news in its name that was as debased and dangerous a political tool.

I was wrong. Fox News 2020 is so much worse as evidenced by the Monday night shows hosted by Tucker Carlson and Sean Hannity this week.

I have been writing about this channel since its founding in 1996, and I have been alarmed by the threat it poses to democracy almost as long. There have been days when I sat at the computer with no words left to say how despicable I think this Rupert-Murdoch-owned media property is.

And then comes Carlson, the sneering face of white privilege, talking about racism Monday night in reaction to the firing of

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This demographic tends to rely on news to make money decisions

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Older Americans are putting overwhelming faith in news to inform their financial decisions as compared to the younger generation, according to the first installment of the new Yahoo Finance-Harris poll.

Eighty-one percent of people ages 55 years and older say their money and investment decisions are influenced by the coverage of current events. Only 25% of people between 18 and 34 years old use the news as an information source for their financial decisions.

The results stem from a poll of 2,033 respondents, conducted from June 15 to 17. Yahoo Finance has teamed up with Harris to produce monthly insights on consumer and workplace trends

Fifty-five percent of U.S. adults get their news from social media, according to a 2019 Pew Research Report, up from 47% in 2018. And Facebook (FB) is the top destination among its peers, with 52% of all U.S. adults getting their news from the platform.

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Fox News is Lying About Seattle’s ‘Autonomous Zone’

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SEATTLE — On Fox News, host Tucker Carlson called it “chaos and craziness.” Laura Ingraham said it was “a Marxist cultural revolution” intended to “destroy everything that came before it.” In a tweet, President Donald Trump said it was being run by “Domestic Terrorists.”

These people are not describing a foreign war zone or a fallen city. They are describing the Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone, a roughly six-block area of Seattle taken over by protesters this week and declared a sovereign territory. Since the zone was established Monday, the internet has been filled with rumors about what it looks like and how it works. Fox News posted a photo of an armed guard at the entrance to the zone and said residents were being forced to show their IDs to get inside. Seattle Police Chief Carmen Best claimed that protesters were shaking down businesses for protection money. Something something Antifa

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It’s been four years since we met Dolores, Maeve, Bernard and other Westworld hosts in the HBO series’ first season. Now, with season 4 confirmed, we’re that much closer to learning every secret about the Delos parks. While information around the Westworld season 4 release date, cast, news and spoilers haven’t been announced by HBO, there are some clues around the sci-fi show’s next season that we can obsess over until Westworld return to our TV screens.

Westworld, which premiered in 2016 and is created by Lisa Joy and Christopher Nolan, centers on a Wild, Wild West-themed park amusement park, called Westworld, where customers can hunt human-like androids (known as hosts) for fun. But what started as a TV sequel to the 1976 film Futureworld has become its own beast. At the end of season 2, Dolores Abernathy, the oldest host at Westworld, starts a revolution with the hosts

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    Mathematician and CEO of web services company Akamai looks ahead to how the pandemic-driven shift to remote working might change society.

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    MIT system cuts the energy required for training and running neural networks.

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