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Face Detection Techniques Used to Capture Fraud at the D.C. Airport Have Texas Band | airline

After several years of development, face detection technology quickly finds a location at airports around the country, with applications tested from check-in to security checkpoints to boarding. Dulles is one of 14 airports to use facial recognition technology to accelerate inspection of arriving international passengers, CBP said. The technology started working at the airport on Monday. NEC is at the …

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What to Read While You Wait for That Memoir of Steve Jobs to Hit Stores

Lisa Brennan-Jobs's "Small Fry" comes out Sept. 4. In the meanime, here are other memoirs about complicated family dynamics that you might want to pick up. Image Credit Frances F. Denny for The New York Times In her profile of Lisa Brennan-Jobs, Times reporter Nellie Bowles offers this insightful comment about Steve Jobs's oldest daughter whose memoir, "Small Fry," hits …

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The S & P 500 wins 0.9% to break its record last

Aug. 24, 2018 7:20 p.m. ET Finally. After almost seven months since January 26, the S & P 500 once again peaked a new full-time height. The broad market index increased by 0.9% to 2874.69, the last week. Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 121.03 points, or 0.5% to 25.790.35. Nasdaq Composite climbed 1.7%, to 7945.98, also full-time. It took S …

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Fire fighting and network neutrality "unrelated"

Just a few days before the California legislature will consider a controversial network neutrality bill that regulates ISPs, Verizon lawyer told us that the legislation is so "very unrelated" to a new event where his company slowed down the data rate for Bay Area firefighters actively fighting a large Fire. Verizon witnessed a California State Assembly Committee on Friday in …

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Jackson Hole Speech Takes Center Stage As Weekend Nears Michael Nagle / Bloomberg The market is on pins and needles this morning as investors await from Jackson Hole, where Fed Chairman Jerome Powell is scheduled to speak.

<div _ngcontent-c16 = "" innerhtml = " Stocks moved slightly higher in pre-market trading, but the speech could ultimately help determine Friday's path. Bonds and gold were slightly higher ahead of Powell's speech, while the dollar lost a little ground vs. the euro but remains close recently peaks. European and Asian stocks mostly rose overnight. US and China trade talks …

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What Elon can teach Mark Cuban to fight the SEC

Billionaire entrepreneur, NBA team owner and reality TV fixture Mark Cuban had plenty of advice for Tesla on CNBC recently. He failed to offer advice on the subject he is uniquely qualified to talk about: How to best be the Securities and Exchange Commission in a legal battle. Mr. Cuban, who ended the agency in a jury trial, was pleased …

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OMG, Can P & G literally trade LOL? WTF! – Adweek

TO P & G, the largest name in CPG, sent an application to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office to register LOL as a protected TM. OK, that was confusing AF … so let's go back one minute. As AdAge first reported earlier this week, the world's largest advertiser recently filed several applications with the "WTF", "LOL", "FML" and "NBD" …

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New casino competition comes with the opening of MGM Springfield

After three years of construction, the MGM Springfield Casino and Entertainment Complex opened $ 960 million – Friday with a spectacular and competitive challenge for Connecticut's stamina. Hundreds of visitors dressed up along Main Street on Friday, eager to get their first glimpse of developments spanning three city blocks and transforming an area destroyed by a tornado in 2011. When …

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