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Simpson says police also are investigating an incident that day involving Christian and a black woman on the train, but he didn't immediately respond to emails seeking additional details. Christian served prison time after holding up employees at a convenience store with a gun in 2002, court records show. He went back after pleading guilty in 2011 to being a felon in possession of a firearm. He was behind bars again in 2013 for violating a condition of his release, according to court records. Tomica Clark told The Oregonian/OregonLive that she has known Christian since elementary school. She said she was surprised to hear people call Christian racist. Clark is black and said Christian had many black friends. He never disrespected me, Clark said, but added that he changed after he got out of prison. Prison took the real him away, she said.
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The agency is making an inquiry into the role of unknown officials in the civil aviation ministry in the 2007 deal to merge the two airlines, allegedly causing a loss of Rs 10,000 crore. Air India and Indian Airlines were merged to create Air India despite opposition from both state-run airlines. Most of the decisions were taken when Praful Patel was the minister of civil aviation. People who have been tracking the civil aviation sector, especially Air India, welcomed the move but said it was too late in coming. “All these decisions (being inquired into by the CBI) harmed AI financially and also the future of Air India. AI employees were expecting such an action from the government, but this should have happened many years earlier,” said Jitendra Bhargava, former executive director at the airline. Air India chairman Ashwani Lohani, in a recent interview, had termed the merger as the reason behind the national carrier’s downfall.
The Economic Times
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Some moderators, like Sharanya, find it difficult to cope. Debarati Halder, honorary MD of Tirunelveli-based Centre for Cyber Victim Counselling, cites the example of two college students, both in their late teens, who had taken up content moderation jobs. "In the first few months, they saw more than 1 lakh videos of graphic content including rape and molestation," says Halder. "The boys became averse to sexual relationships," she adds. "Even though many moderators might enjoy their work, it's bound to take a toll on their mental health," says Dr Shyam Bhat, psychiatrist and founder of Seraniti, a Bengaluru-based mental health service provider. Rao says his firm Infoesearch regularly conducts sessions about the nature of the work. "We do not allow women who recently joined to moderate extreme violent content. We sensitise our employees slowly," says Rao.
The Economic Times
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Some moderators, like Sharanya, find it difficult to cope. Debarati Halder, honorary MD of Tirunelveli-based Centre for Cyber Victim Counselling, cites the example of two college students, both in their late teens, who had taken up content moderation jobs. "In the first few months, they saw more than 1 lakh videos of graphic content including rape and molestation," says Halder. "The boys became averse to sexual relationships," she adds. "Even though many moderators might enjoy their work, it's bound to take a toll on their mental health," says Dr Shyam Bhat, psychiatrist and founder of Seraniti, a Bengaluru-based mental health service provider. Rao says his firm Infoesearch regularly conducts sessions about the nature of the work. "We do not allow women who recently joined to moderate extreme violent content. We sensitise our employees slowly," says Rao.
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"Everything that happens in India - politically, economically and socially - has, because of the country's size and importance, a direct impact on the whole world, including us." Having had a dinner Monday at the Schloss Meseberg retreat outside Berlin, Modi and Merkel on Tuesday lead a joint cabinet meeting grouping foreign, economy, environment and other ministers. Germany is India's largest trading partner in the EU, and a top source of foreign direct investment. More than 1,600 German companies with over 400,000 employees operate on the subcontinent. New Delhi has said several agreements will be signed on trade, defence cooperation, and science and technology, at their fourth intergovernmental consultations - a format Germany has only with a few countries, which include China, Israel and France. The two leaders will then attend an India-German Business Summit, where German CEOs may announce investments but also reiterate complaints about barriers their businesses face in India, including tariffs, red tape and poor infrastructure.
The Economic Times
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Some moderators, like Sharanya, find it difficult to cope. Debarati Halder, honorary MD of Tirunelveli-based Centre for Cyber Victim Counselling, cites the example of two college students, both in their late teens, who had taken up content moderation jobs. "In the first few months, they saw more than 1 lakh videos of graphic content including rape and molestation," says Halder. "The boys became averse to sexual relationships," she adds. "Even though many moderators might enjoy their work, it's bound to take a toll on their mental health," says Dr Shyam Bhat, psychiatrist and founder of Seraniti, a Bengaluru-based mental health service provider. Rao says his firm Infoesearch regularly conducts sessions about the nature of the work. "We do not allow women who recently joined to moderate extreme violent content. We sensitise our employees slowly," says Rao.
BBC News 24
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So, yes, I agree with you, we will continue to invest in resources in ways in which we can actually directly reach out to people. BA made hundreds of IT staff redundant recently, outsourcing their jobs to India to save money. It's led to accusations that there aren't enough experienced UK staff left to cope with the crisis. Let me put this to Mr Cruz, if they were still BA employees,.
Global News
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A company that operates long-term care homes for seniors in northeastern Alberta says it's firing current nursing care employees and going with a private contractor rather than trying to bargain a first contract with them.
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in resources in ways in which we can actually directly reach out to people. BA made hundreds of IT staff redundant recently, outsourcing their jobs to India to save money. It's led to accusations that there aren't enough experienced UK staff left to cope with the crisis. Let me put this to Mr Cruz, if they were still BA employees,.
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New research from Telsyte has found that six in 10 businesses with more than 20 employees in Australia and New Zealand are already using or thinking about deploying robotic process automation.
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"Victims would only realise they had been duped after they can't contact the number again following a money transfer," he told reporters at the state police contingent here today. Ruslan said police have solved 48 of such cases reported last year and 52 cases from January till April this year, amounting more than RM13.4 million. The mastermind of the syndicate, a Taiwanese man, was also arrested during the raid. "The 51-year-old local man detained acted as a runner for the syndicate, which included delivering food and paying the utility bills," he added. Also seized were 22 internet protocol converters, 21 mobile phones, 16 modems, 16 fixed phones, 7 walkie talkies, RM21,000 in cash and a car. Another famous modus operandi of Macau Scam syndicate is by a syndicate being detected using the facilities Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP) to pose as employees of telecommunications companies to lure unsuspecting victims to transfer money to the syndicate's designated account.
BBC News 24
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It's led to accusations that there are not enough experienced UK staff left to cope with the crisis. Let me put this to Mr Cruz, if there were still BA employees, we can assure him that issue would have been resolved in minutes and the systems would be up and running
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your holiday or you have missed the whole start of it. And almost certainly your luggage has whole start of it. And almost certainly your luggage has gone somewhere else. Behind all this, there is a suggestion from the trade unions involved that what British Airways did was to get rid of skilled IT people, British Airways did was to get rid of skilled IT people, British Airways employees, and subcontract.
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It has led to accusations that there are not enough experienced UK staff left to cope with the crisis. Let me put this to Mr Cruz, if there were still BA employees, we can assure him that issue would have been resolved.
Politico
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In a statement before POLITICO learned about Chase’s history, Lara Trump said she had been an animal lover since childhood. “I am honored to have worked with numerous animal rescue centers and other amazing organizations to assist in making life better for them,” she wrote. “I hope to make a positive impact on a cause so close to my heart and will continue to use my voice to spread awareness and encourage people to adopt from shelters.” Chase and five other activists from the now-defunct group Stop Huntingdon Animal Cruelty faced prosecution because they posted online the names and home addresses of employees at Huntingdon Life Sciences, which had a lab in the same New Jersey county where President Trump’s Bedminster golf course is located. They also “applauded acts of extreme harassment, intimidation, vandalism and violence,” according to a 2006 news release from the prosecutor, then-U.
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Let me put this to Mr Cruz, if there were still BA employees, we can assure him that issue would have been resolved in minutes and the systems would be up and running. When I put it to Mr Cruz, he flatly denied that outsourcing.
ABC News - International
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recently outsourcing IT jobs to India. That issue would have been resolved in minutes if he still had those employees and the system would have been up and running. When I put it to the chief executive he flatly deny that outsourcing had made any difference. Totally unconnected with all of those redundancies and the outsourcing of the.
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The good news is that there are already AI tools on the market today that can help project managers unclog their desks. Kono.ai, for example, has an app that can work as an effective smart assistant. The Monte Carlo app, meanwhile, can submit a risk analysis through probabilities. Admittedly, developers are just scratching the surface of what AI can really do for project managers. Scott Middleton, the CEO of Stratejos, a smart assistant software maker, says that despite skepticism by employees about AI stealing their jobs, the future of machine-learning in relation to business tasks is bright. “AI isnt to be feared,” he explained . “It may even be your best team member, especially for project managers. AI for project management is on the rise, and the way things are going, it’s going to help teams make smarter decisions and move faster.” A survey from software developer Atlassian revealed that more than 70% of those surveyed claimed that half of their tasks can be done by robots or AI tech.
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