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SC to Sandigan: Embrace technology

MANILA, Philippines — Chief Justice Alexander Gesmundo challenged the Sandiganbayan to keep up with the times and embrace technology as he emphasized that the judiciary is gearing up not only for the pandemic, but also for the future. “We are making use of technological advancements to make sure that, regardless of the situation, the court can continue with its duty of dispensing justice to all, swiftly and efficiently,” Gesmundo said during his speech at the 44th anniversary of the Sandiganbayan, where he was the guest of honor. He served at the Sandiganbayan from 2005 to 2017 before he was appointed to the Supreme Court and became the 27th Chief Justice of the Philippines last year. In his speech, Gesmundo discussed the Strategic Plan for Judicial Innovations (SPJI) 2022-2027, a plan...
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Terran Orbital Completes NASA Pathfinder Technology Demonstrator 3 Bus Commissioning Less Than One Week After Launch

BOCA RATON, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Terran Orbital Corporation (NYSE: LLAP), a global leader in satellite solutions, primarily serving the United States aerospace and defense industry, today announced its Pathfinder Technology Demonstrator 3 (PTD-3) satellite has completed bus commissioning with all health and status checkouts nominal. Terran Orbital designed and built the PTD-3 satellite in support of NASA’s PTD series of missions. The missions will test the operation of a variety of novel small satellite technologies in low-Earth orbit while providing significant enhancements to performance. The successful demonstration of new subsystem technologies throughout multiple planned PTD missions will increase small spacecraft capabilities to enable future exploration missions and...
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Amazon Turns To Technology To Help Small Business Deal With Intellectual Property Challenges

13 October 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Neubrandenburg: Employees sort parcels from online ... [+] retailer Amazon at the new distribution center. The retailer's second distribution center in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania is officially opened today. According to the operator, around 10,000 parcels from European logistics and sorting centres are unloaded here every day and assigned to delivery vehicles. Photo: Jens Büttner/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB (Photo by Jens Büttner/picture alliance via Getty Images) dpa/picture alliance via Getty Images The Intellectual Property (IP) and patent landscape are incredibly complex. There are rules and regulations for different types of products, designs, and trade secrets differing by country and region. It takes years to develo...
PM acknowledges role of science and technology for nation’s development « Khabarhub
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PM acknowledges role of science and technology for nation’s development « Khabarhub

PM acknowledges role of science and technology for nation’s development Ninth National Science and Technology Conference organized by the Nepal Academy of Science and Technology (NAST) in Kathmandu on Sunday KATHMANDU: Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba has said science and technology-related conferences to be organized in the country would provide a constructive support for the development of the nation. Inaugurating a three-day event ‘Ninth national science and technology conference’ organized by the Nepal Academy of Science and Technology (NAST) in Kathmandu on Sunday, he acknowledged the role of science and technology in bringing positive changes in the society. The Prime Minister, also the NAST Chancellor, said the event focused on the expansion of enhancement o...
Former US Military Pilot Pleads Guilty to Selling Aviation Technology Secrets to China
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Former US Military Pilot Pleads Guilty to Selling Aviation Technology Secrets to China

A former U.S. military pilot pleaded guilty on June 23 to acting as a paid agent of China, admitting that he provided American aviation-related technology to the communist regime, the U.S. Department of Justice said in a press release. Shapour Moinian, a former U.S. Army helicopter pilot from San Diego, admitted in a federal court to “receiving thousands of dollars” from representatives of the Chinese authorities to provide aviation-related information to China, according to the press release. The 67-year-old also pleaded guilty to making false statements during national security background checks in 2017 and 2020, the Justice Department said. “The defendant admitted to being an unregistered agent of a foreign power, lying on his background check paperwork to obtain his security clearan...
High Intensity Warfare (HIW): Technology trends
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High Intensity Warfare (HIW): Technology trends

Credit: Mike Mareen/Shutterstock.com. In the past 100 years of conflict, the victors in a high intensity warfare (HIW) scenario have often been determined based on either quantitative or technological overmatch in air, land, and sea. However, considering the significant advances in technology and wider shifts in socioeconomic norms since the end of the Cold War, strategists are having to contend with a new operational environment that is more populated, urbanised, digitised, and interconnected than ever before. Listed below are the key technology trends impacting the high intensity warfare theme, as identified by GlobalData. Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine lea...
Laurel College of Technology holds ribbon-cutting ceremony
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Laurel College of Technology holds ribbon-cutting ceremony

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (WBOY) — After more than a year, Laurel College of Technology finally held the ribbon-cutting ceremony for its new facility on Wednesday. Through the college’s partnership with Mon Health, the building that was formerly Wedgewood Medical Center is now the home of Laurel College in the Morgantown area. Douglas Decker, executive vice president of Laurel College of Technology (WBOY image). Even though the college is in close proximity to WVU’s Morgantown campus, executive vice president Douglas Decker said it isn’t trying to compete with anyone. “Education is a very personal choice,” Decker said. WVU researchers try to perfect growth of future energy source “Anytime that we develop a new program we look at what’s here. Where is there a ne...
5 Technology Trends for the Next 5 Years
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5 Technology Trends for the Next 5 Years

Technology has advanced at an extremely rapid rate over the past few decades and the trend is guaranteed to continue for the foreseeable future. It seems scary to think that popular innovations such as Instagram and Amazon Echo were launched within the last ten years. Given how quickly technology is advancing, it would be no surprise to see both of them replaced by something even more exciting in the future. With that in mind, read on as we take a closer look at some of the technology trends that we believe are worth monitoring closely in the next five years. VR Gaming A recent study by Betway Insider found that a 90-minute gaming session on Fortnite can burn the same number of calories as performing more than 350 squats. The emergence of virtual reality (VR)...
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China wants to censor all social media comments

The new changes are for Provisions on the Management of Internet Post Comments Services, a regulation that first came into effect in 2017. Five years later, the Cyberspace Administration wants to bring it up to date.  “The proposed revisions primarily update the current version of the ‘comment rules’ to bring them into line with the language and policies of more recent authority, such as new laws on the protection of personal information, data security, and general content regulations,” says Jeremy Daum, a Senior Fellow at Yale Law School’s Paul Tsai China Center.  The provisions cover a broad scope of “comments,” including anything from forum posts, replies, messages left on public message boards, and “bullet chats” (an innovative way that video platforms in China use to display re...
Wife’s Christmas gift led to technology room for Boys & Girls Club
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Wife’s Christmas gift led to technology room for Boys & Girls Club

Pictured: Collaborative work stations are also a feature of the Boys & Girls Club technology room. Javon Smith Photo.By Bill SterlingWhat began as a Christmas present to her husband who had all the “toys” he needed has become a technology room at the Eastern Shore Boys & Girls Club that will open up a whole new world to the club members.Collaborative work stations are also a feature of the Boys & Girls Club technology room. Javon Smith photo“I wanted to do something meaningful, not just give another present that would soon be forgotten,” said Kesha Pettit recently, talking about the gift she gave her husband Ashley last Christmas. “We came up with the idea of providing computers to the members of the Boys & Girls Club, and the concept took off to where now we have a tech...