GameInfluencer, a startup with a platform for influencer marketing campaigns for digital games, has raised an undisclosed amount of money from European game insiders.The Munich-based company said it raised a six-digit amount in euros from investors including Heiko Hubertz, former Bigpoint CEO and current CEO of Whow Games; Klaas Kersting, founder and CEO at Flaregames; Tung Nguyen-Khac, CEO of Spil Games; and Shum Singh, managing director at Agnitio Capital.Those investors come from some of Europe’s most recognizable game companies.The company will use the money to further develop its tech that powers the data-driven selection of the best influencers to run campaigns at scale for mobile, online, PC and console games.“I am delighted that some of the most renowned entrepreneurs and experts of the gaming industry are participating in our financing round and joining our advisory board.Heiko, Klaas, Tung and Shum are all great businessmen with deep knowledge of the market and will surely help us to become the leading influencer platform for the gaming sector,” said Georg Broxtermann, cofounder and managing director at GameInfluencer, in a statement.He added, “As we are purely specialized in influencer marketing for the gaming industry, it is crucial for us to understand the challenges that game publishers are facing in today’s marketing landscape.Influencer marketing has accounted for radical changes and will continue to do so.We see ourselves as the top partner for game publishers to master these challenges and optimize their marketing output.”Broxtermann and Michael Alberthauser started the company in June 2016.They have managed campaigns for clients including Wargaming, Miniclip, Com2us, Nexon, Nordeus, Spilgames, IGG, Nvidia, Oasis Games and Flaregames.The GameInfluencer platform contains over 4 million influencers, with focus on their YouTube and Twitch channels.
Like more techjättar to Sweden, but ideally, they should adapt to the rules of the game."There are three main reasons why I believe that collective bargaining would benefit Amazon," writes Union president Martin Linder.What fun that you want to establish a business in Sweden.a Warm welcome to a country with clear rules of engagement for the labour market, where collective agreements are a part of the Swedish social contract.Read more: Amazon to open three data centers in Sweden.I understand that Amazon Web Services own analysis is that there are three strong reasons for investment in Sweden: Sweden has a growth in startupsektorn, that there is an infrastructure that enables the establishment with high share of renewable energy and a concentration of high expertise.
We can all do with a break from time to time, and the Pause Pod could help maximize the benefits of your quiet time.If the Pause Pod looks like a kind of one-person capsule where you can go to relax, de-stress, and chill out, that’s because it is.Designed by a group of Sweden-based entrepreneurs, the Pause Pod is your private pop-up space, a quiet place to call your own wherever you happen to be.The pod is constructed from a high-quality, light-reducing fabric and can be set up and folded back down in a matter of seconds.The clever design features three carefully placed ventilation openings for effective air flow, a mesh door, a fold-out leg compartment so you can lie down, and a small cord window so you can connect your laptop, chargers, or other devices to a power supply should you feel the need to stay busy while inside.It also comes with an attachable LED reading light as well as four stakes so you can secure it to the ground if you’re outside.
Creating red-eyed mutant wasps may sound like a waste of time, but it's an eye-catching example of CRISPR gene-splicing tech in action.Have you ever found yourself looking at a regular, garden variety wasp and wishing that it looked more like the kind of sinister nightmare creature that would give H.R.If the answer to that is a resounding “no,” then chances are that you don’t work in the University of California, Riverside’s Akbari lab.That’s because researchers at said lab recently introduced the world to a new strain of red-eyed mutant wasp — courtesy of its experiments with cutting edge CRISPR gene-splicing technology.“We used CRISPR/Cas9 to generate mutations in the DNA of an important model organism, the parastoid wasp nasonia vitripennis,” Omar Akbari, the assistant professor of entomology who led the research, told Digital Trends.“This is exciting as it gives researchers a tool for the first time to mutate genes of interest, allowing researchers to study the interesting biology of this organism.”
Övervakning Njalla ska värna om kundernas integritet och agera sköld mot snokande ögon på nätet.Att registera en domän på internet innebär vanligtvis att du även behöver lämna ifrån dig en del information om dig själv – öppen för vem som helst att luska fram med ett par enkla sökningar om du inte väljer att maskera den.Det vill Peter Sunde, medgrundare till fildelningssajten Pirate Bay, betaltjänsten Flattr och anonymitetsverktyget Ipredator, ändra på.Peter Sundes nya företag Njalla ska stärka integriteten för den som vill registrera en domän på nätet.I stället för att själv skylta med ditt ägandeskap när du gör anspråk på en domän kan du överlåta sådant till Njalla, som då kommer att listas som ägare av den.Man ser sig som något av en sköld mellan privatperson och de sedvanliga tjänsterna för domänregistrering.
The thirteen year-old Opportunity rover is moving on from the region of Mars it's been exploring since 2014.Opportunity has spent the last 30 months at “Cape Tribulation”, a spot near the rim of the Endeavour Crater.The Cape's yielded all sorts of insights from finds like an outcrop of clay-like minerals and some interesting erosion patterns.It's also been the high point, in terms of altitude, during the rover's wanderings.NASA now wants to see how things change from up on high to down low, so will send Opportunity down a feature called “Perseverance Valley”.Doing so will give us the chance to guess at whether it was carved by wind – in which case we'll see a chaotic collection of large rocks – or if liquid was involved.
Three documentaries in this year’s Tribeca Film Festival (April 19-30) intersect to evoke a single arc of American injustice that has not merely gone unredressed but been continually defended and perpetuated.Each one usefully and engagingly displays a crucial facet of the backstory to the current misrule in the U.S.The New York City police officer Frank Serpico’s lonely fight against police corruption, in the nineteen-sixties and early seventies, has been enshrined in legend by Sidney Lumet’s 1973 drama starring Al Pacino.In the documentary “Frank Serpico,” by Antonino D’Ambrosio, the protagonist, now eighty-one years old, tells his story on camera for the first time.The director takes Serpico on a tour of landmarks from his earlier years, including the Crown Heights storefront where his father had a shoe-repair shop (and where young Frank first encountered police corruption) and the Williamsburg building where, in 1971, he was shot in the head during a drug bust under still unexplained circumstances that suggest police collusion in an effort to thwart his testimony.D’Ambrosio adorns these stories with sidebars that range from painful (Serpico’s uneasy reunion with Arthur Cesare, one of the officers present at that fateful bust) to wondrous (Serpico’s discussion of the original plans for Lumet’s movie, which was to be directed by John Avildsen and to star Serpico as himself).
President Donald Trump’s “Buy American, Hire American” executive order could rub salt into already wounded Indian outsourcers.Indian technology subcontractors like Infosys and Tata Consultancy Services are big users of the so-called H-1B visas that the order targets.The Trump administration specifically mentioned the two companies as among those it says have often used the visas to bring in low-paid workers, instead of the...
United Airlines is making headlines after forcibly removing a passenger from an overbooked flight.The behavior was absolutely avoidable, but here’s the thing—United started out by trying to look out for employees’ and customers’ best interests.They prioritized their employees, which consumers generally praise, but current ticketing technology and rigid policies backed the crew into a corner, leading to bad decisions riddled with human error.The airline makes that flight every day, 365 days a year, and has huge stockpiles of weather, flight performance, and passenger data.Airlines have gotten really good at using technology to strategically overbook flights to maximize profits and company value, but have failed to expand their capabilities beyond online ticket sales and mobile check in.To solve persistent customer relations problems, airlines need to start investing in Augmented Intelligence (AI) to get closer to customers at every stage of their journey to provide better passenger experiences.
the Finnish Ateenaksikin invited seminar in the city of Jyväskylä is known Visit Jyväskylä -tourism site, according to a wave of capital.Jyväskylä has used himself also to the advertising slogan ”New wave city”.the Current Wave is of course not the architect Alvar but mps May Wave, which lifted the greens of the Jyväskylä city council to enlarge the group for Sunday's municipal elections.Jyväskylä greens increased the number of votes of its 19.8 per cent, which was an increase from previous elections no less than 8.8 points.first place came narrowly, only 0.5 points ahead of second place clear point Sdp.Green is the new council in 14 seats, the democrats 13.
It seems like every new fitness band on the market has a built-in heart-rate sensor, but now headphone companies are baking sensors into their devices, too.That’s why companies like Samsung, JBL, Jabra, and Bose are shipping biosensing Bluetooth earphones designed for workouts.What sets these headphones apart is Vi herself, a voice coach rooted in artificial intelligence that guides you through your workouts.Also included in the box are a small carrying case and a USB charger.To power on the headphones, press the multifunction button on the right side of the neckband.Even when giving you a readout of your pace, mileage, and heart rate, Vi sounds like a person and not a bot.
The rapid inclusion of embedded sensors and internet connectivity is turning most of the appliances we use into “smart devices” that can respond to our voice commands, while generating masses of data that is in turn analyzed in edge-of-network hub computers or the cloud.These new applications are challenging the industry to deliver much more computation capability at an improved affordability level.Supplying this demand for more computation is especially challenging — the Moore’s Law pace of semiconductor advancements has slowed down.Moore’s Law is defined as the trend for the doubling of the number of transistors on a chip about every two years through ever smaller circuitry, producing greater performance and energy efficiency.New semiconductor technology nodes will still bring significant miniaturization and lower power over the next decade, but the cost is increasing and the historical improvements in speed are not achieved.So we face a dichotomy as the historical improvements of Moore’s Law slow, while new compute-intensive applications require exponentially more capability.
I posted something similar before but now I'm looking for something broad.From experience, do you have any tips or suggestions in marketing party equipment.Right now I'm renting out zorb balls, and plan to start by marketing through local social media pages using a video I made.Also plan to get business cards.Any suggestions such as timing or wording.
If you’re a Star Wars fan, it can still be hard to believe that Carrie Fisher is gone.We got a little reminder today that we’ll see her as Leia Organa at least one more time.Star Wars Celebration 2017 kicked off today and the most moving parts of this morning’s “40 Years of Star Wars” panel were the remembrances of the late Carrie Fisher by those who worked with her.To make things even more poignant, there’s a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it glimpse of Fisher in The Last Jedi in the video tribute to the woman who played the rebel leader.At about 2:03 in the tribute video shown today, we see Fisher walking and talking with Last Jedi director Rian Johnson.The moment shows Fisher in a gown and captures the two in conversation, with Johnson leaning in slightly to hear what she has to say.
It’s time to introduce new speakers.We’ll delve into China’s accelerating expansion in the global game ecosystem with a panel moderated by Lisa Cosmas Hanson of Niko Partners at our upcoming GamesBeat Summit 2017: How games, sci-fi, and tech create real-world magic.This session focusing on one of the biggest forces shaping the modern game industry is one more reason to get excited about our must-attend event.GamesBeat Summit 2017 will take place on May 1 and May 2 at the historic Claremont resort hotel in Berkeley, California, just a short distance from San Francisco.Use the code Deantak.This panel is all about the deals that are happening today.Our experts will discuss the key drivers and various approaches for Chinese companies expanding their footprint beyond China’s domestic market.Whether through the establishment of wholly-owned subsidiaries, investments in high-potential teams, or through majority acquisitions, many Chinese companies are increasingly looking overseas for content, intellectual property, technology and growth.
Power bank rental firm Xiaodian (小电科技 in Chinese) announced yesterday a series A worth roughly RMB 100 million, led by Tencent and Hangzhou Vision Capital Management, local media is reporting (in Chinese).Other investors include CDH Investments, GSR Ventures, DT Capital Partners and In Capital.Founded last December by former Alibaba employee Tang Yongbo, Beijing Yidianyuan Network Technology (北京伊电园网络科技有限公司 in Chinese), the company behind Xiaodian (in Chinese), developed this in-house smart wireless charging device, according to public data from its official website.The Xiaodian power bank can be placed in public places including restaurants, billiards rooms, KTVs, and subways.With the Xiaodian app installed on their phone, or by scanning a QR code with WeChat, users can rent the power bank and charge their smart devices for RMB 1 per charge, with no deposit required.Currently, Xiaodian has partnered with more than 1,000 restaurants in Beijing and plans to expand its presence into more Chinese cities with the newly-secured funding.“Sharing-economy” appears to be the great buzz word of the past two years in China, covering the rental of everything from cars, bikes, electric vehicles, to apartments and more.According to a report at the 2016 Summer Davos Forum, China’s sharing economy is estimated to top US$ 300 billion and may grow by 40% every year in the next five years (in Chinese).The booming sector has also drawn the interest of internet giants such as Tencent, which has invested heavily in bike-rental startup Mobike in the startup’s series C and series D financing, apart from its funding in car-hailing giant Didi (in Chinese).
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Australia's Commonwealth Ombudsman has published its report (PDF) on Centrelink’s automated debt raising and recovery system and found that while it is capable of correctly assessing debts, the agency was aware it had flaws and did little to prevent them.In early 2017 the system became the subject of considerable controversy as customers complained it was incorrectly calculating debts and that explaining that to Centrelink dumped them into a bureaucratic whirlpool and threatened them with penalties as they tried to escape by explaining the true nature of their debt (or lack thereof).Many of those who hit trouble with the program did so because it used a small sample of data about their incomes and averaged it to assume annual incomes well beyond those that individuals received.Centrelink then calculated eligibility for payments on the basis of an annual average, rather than nearly-always-lower part-of-year-incomes that made its customers eligible for payments.Many non-responsive clients reported that Centrelink had tried to reach them at old addresses and therefore received debt notices based on averaged incomes.Acting commonwealth Ombudsman Richard Glenn's report does find that OCI is capable of calculating debts correctly.
It professionals gifted with the social skills and easy to cooperate with is good to get job in it companies even if there are others who have greater technical skills, or to have worked longer.It shows a survey conducted among 100 human resource managers of the workers union Swedish association of architects did in February.– of Course, you must have the skills required for the work but the personal characteristics can give you an advantage in the competition if you have grundkompetensen, " says Jens Jansson, responsible for the it and telecoms sector at the Swedish association of architects.Nearly three out of ten companies say they place the greatest emphasis on the personal characteristics and this makes it which in total weighs heavily, on the side of the that the applicant has grundkompetensen.in Addition to the social skills is also considered interpersonal skills, curiosity and ability to be self-sustaining as the important characteristics.Jens Jansson is not directly surprised that the social competence becomes increasingly important for it companies.