Teaching a robot to do my job (and grimly cheering my obsolescence) | Ellen Wengert

I didnt exactly love my dead-end data entry job, but wasnt thrilled to be losing it to robotic automation either It is put to us on that first Monday morning as an exciting innovation which will streamline our processes and free up time for the important stuff. This happens in our morning huddle cuddle, where…

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VOTE: What Will Be The Theme For American Horror Story Season 10?? – Perez Hilton

The 10th season of American Horror Story is nearly upon is, and before we get the official announcement of the next theme, we thought we’d throw out some guesses and see what our readers think! Here’s what we know so far… OK, basically nothing. We have the cast list (more on that below), and we know…

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The friends helping people divorce without lawyers

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Sir Paul McCartney, pictured here with his divorce lawyer Fiona Shackleton, had a high profile court case before his 2008 divorce from then wife Heather Mills McCartney Frances Petterson, a divorce lawyer at London-based family law firm Newton Kearns, says that specialist divorce solicitors will always be required in…

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Tired of Leap Day? Wish Christmas was always on a Monday? Get on board with the permanent calendar

(CNN)Imagine if you knew what your schedule would look like for the rest of your life, every day for forever. If every year began on a Monday, and all but two national holidays fell on Mondays, too. If instead of Leap Day, you’d get an extra week every few years. “It’s simplicity and consistency forever,”…

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‘Afro-optimism’ on the rise among continent’s youth, finds survey

Young people found to be overwhelmingly keen to tackle Africas challenges head on, challenging negative stereotypes Young people across Africa are confident that the continent is heading for an era of success fuelled by technology and entrepreneurship, according to a new survey. The Africa Youth survey, which claims to be the largest of its kind,…

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‘I reinvented the hair tie from my uni halls’

To combat this “numb” feeling, Sophie, then 18, went to an “anything but clothes” night at the students’ union, where partygoers wear costumes they’ve made out of random items. Image copyright Invisibobble Image caption Invisibobble hair ties are now sold in more than 70 countries Sales grew quickly, and Invisibobble went international in 2013. Pairing…

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Andrew Yang ends 2020 presidential campaign

(CNN)Andrew Yang suspended his political campaign on Tuesday in New Hampshire, ending the upstart run that vaulted the businessman from complete obscurity to a Democratic contender backed by a devoted following known as the Yang Gang. Yang said he did not make the decision lightly, and that he had every intention of staying in the…

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Jim Brown Fast Facts

(CNN)Here’s a look at the life of activist, actor and Hall of Fame running back Jim Brown. He played his entire career with the Cleveland Browns. Birth name: James Nathaniel Brown Father: Swinton Brown, a professional boxer Mother: Theresa Brown, a housekeeper Marriages: Monique Gunthrop (1997-present); Sue Jones (1958-1972, divorced) Children: with Monique Gunthrop: Aris…

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Casper is about to go public. It’s not looking good

New York (CNN Business)Casper has priced its initial public offering at $12 per share. That was the low end of its already drastically reduced target price. “The clear lack of enthusiasm among IPO investors stands in contrast to the continued interest in [consumer] companies,” said Gary Dushnitsky, professor of strategy and entrepreneurship at London Business…

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From Ariana Grande to Donald Glover: the celebrities endorsing Democrats for president

Famous faces have thrown support and in some cases money behind their favourite candidates in the 2020 primary race Celebrity endorsements can be a powerful tool to reach voters, even if their impact can be mixed. But with less than a week to go before the caucuses in Iowa the crucial first voting state in…

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