Month: July 2022

Meta shut down Facebook account requirement for VR, but there’s a catch

meta VR headset owners will is no longer necessary log into their Facebook accounts to use those devices… because they have to use new meta accounts instead. “As of August 2022, if you are new to Meta VR devices or have previously merged your Oculus account with your Facebook account, you will need to create …

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PBGC’s multi-employer assistance rule eases investment restrictions

Following the approval of the US bailout plan, the PBGC issued a preliminary final rule in July 2021 specifying how plans from multiple employers can apply for special financial assistance, developed a method for calculating that amount, and set out limitations on how those assets can be invested, including other things. Many stakeholders have submitted …

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AI Technology Founders Abroad Seek Partnerships to Navigate U.S. Healthcare

dr. John Halamka, president of Mayo Clinic’s healthcare technology and big data effort, Mayo Clinic Platform, traveled more than 6,000 miles last week to launch the Rochester, Minnesota-based health system’s latest technology initiative: a partnership with Sheba Medical Center in Phone. aviv. The two hospitals will jointly develop and validate artificial intelligence algorithms, including those …

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How to use Google Docs’ new pageless feature (and why you might want to)

Google is never one to sit back and watch the competition zoom by. With that in mind, the company is always experimenting with new features to give its products an edge over the competition. It also realizes that many modern use cases don’t stick to old-fashioned methods and needs. A good example is the new …

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Reminiscent of Octavian-Eugen Ganea, a gifted MIT postdoc AI researcher and beloved colleague | MIT News

Octavian-Eugen Ganea, a gifted postdoctoral researcher in artificial intelligence at the Abdul Latif Jameel Clinic for Machine Learning in Health (Jameel Clinic) and Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL), died on May 26 while walking in French -Polynesia. 34. Born and raised in Romania, Ganea joined MIT in 2019 after receiving his PhD in …

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Ohio’s First Immersive VR Experience Comes to Liberty Center

Sandbox VR announced the opening of its first center in Ohio on Thursday. The center will be located in Liberty Center near AC Hotel by Marriott and The Roosevelt Room. The 5,600-square-foot venue features four virtual reality rooms, known as Holodecks, offering six immersive experiences. “We are excited to open our very first Sandbox VR …

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PAF launches emergency relief fund to provide direct financial support to families affected by amino acid deficiencies

New Emergency Relief Fund for Pediatric Amino Acids Established HAMPTON, VA.† July 7, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Patient Advocate Foundation (PAF), a national nonprofit that provides case management services and financial assistance to patients with chronic, debilitating and life-threatening illnesses, today announced a new Emergency Relief Fund for Pediatric Amino Acids designed to help families affected …

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