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The European Union Spent Nearly $400,000 On Their Own Metaverse And No One Came To Their Virtual Party

The European Union Spent Nearly $400,000 On Their Own Metaverse And No One Came To Their Virtual Party

Would you believe that the repeated chorus of techno beat blowing here was “that ghetto movement”? Also, almost all of the dancing digital avatars behind mine appear to be permanent fixtures in space, not actual human visitors. Also “Public Health”.Screenshot: European Union / Gizmodo If you build it, they will come. But there’s an exception …

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A new high-end European supercomputer has just been unveiled in Italy

A new high-end European supercomputer has just been unveiled in Italy

Today, the European Commission, the EuroHPC Joint Undertaking, the Italian Ministry of Universities and Research and the CINECA Consortium inaugurated LEONARDO – the latest European supercomputer located at Bologna Technopole in Italy. The new supercomputer is a major asset for Europe. It will help researchers and businesses develop new products and services, boost innovation and …

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A new world-class European supercomputer inaugurated in Italy

By GARETH WILLMER For decades, the arrival of robots in the workplace has been a source of public concern over fears that they will replace workers and create unemployment. Now that more sophisticated, humanoid robots are emerging, the situation is changing, with some viewing robots as promising teammates rather than unwanted competitors. Cobot colleagues Take …

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US tech giants face pressure from European telecom operators to pay to build the internet

US tech giants face pressure from European telecom operators to pay to build the internet

In Europe, the battle between American Big Tech companies and telecommunications companies has reached a fever pitch. Telecoms groups are pushing European regulators to consider setting up a framework where companies that send traffic over their networks are charged fees to help fund massive upgrades to their infrastructure, which we calls the “shipper-pays” principle. Their …

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