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The Last Of Us Game's Tess Actor, Annie Wersching, Dies At 45

The actor for the video game version of Tess in The Last of Us, Annie Wersching, has died. She was 45.  Wersching was diagnosed with cancer in the summer of 2020 and she died following a two-year battle against it yesterday, January 29. She is survived by her husband Stephen and her three children, Freddie, Ozzie, and Archie. A GoFundMe has been created […]

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Nintendo delays the Super Mario movie to 2023

Nintendo’s animated movie based on Super Mario Bros. won’t make its previously announced 2022 release date. Nintendo and Illumination now say the Mario movie will be released next spring instead. Mario creator and game designer Shigeru Miyamoto made the announcement himself, on Twitter, through Nintendo of America’s account. Miyamoto said he and his co-producer on the film, Illumination CEO Chris […]

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The AI arms race comes to enterprise content management

Enterprise content management (ECM) platforms that have historically been employed to manage files are, thanks to the rise of AI, about to evolve into central repositories for keeping track of relationships between a much wider range of types of data. Fresh off raising an additional $80 million in funding, M-Files is in the process of extending the metadata it created […]

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Pegasystems acquires to apply speech analytics to customer service

Pegasystems announced today it has acquired, a provider of a cloud service that analyzes voice calls in real time to enable customer service representatives to better determine their next best course of action. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. combines speech-to-text, natural language processing (NLP), and emotion detection capabilities to analyze conversations as they occur. Pegasystems intends […]

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SolarWinds hackers are tied to known Russian spying tools

(Reuters) — The group behind a global cyber-espionage campaign discovered last month deployed malicious computer code with links to spying tools previously used by suspected Russian hackers, researchers said on Monday. Investigators at Moscow-based cybersecurity firm Kaspersky said the “backdoor” used to compromise up to 18,000 customers of U.S. software maker SolarWinds closely resembled malware tied to a hacking group […]

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AI Weekly: The future of tech policy after an attempted coup

On Wednesday, we witnessed a coup attempt fueled by racism, disinformation, and the President of the United States. Video of the U.S. Capitol breach shows that Trump supporters were permitted to violate multiple federal laws, desecrate the people’s house, undermine national security, and violently oppose the largest exercise of the right to vote since the founding of this nation. People […]

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