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Boris is the wise ol’ CEO of TNW who writes a weekly column on everything about being an entrepreneur in tech — from managing stress to embracing awkwardness. You can get his musings straight to your inbox by signing up for his newsletter! If you tell me I HAVE to do something, I no longer want to do it. That’s me, and I’m not proud of it. If you tell me I HAVE to read this book, I no longer want to read it. That movie I MUST see? I no longer want to see it. That show I CAN’T… This story continues at The Next Web
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Finding Mars is easy this week, as it shines brightly in the eastern sky, offering observers a chance to see a stunning view of Mars. Mars is currently the target of multiple spacecraft, journeying to the planet in search of water, and perhaps signs of life. But, while space agencies around the globe send robotic explorers to Mars, the Red Planet also offers skygazers a chance to view the world as it shines brightly in the eastern sky each evening. [Read: The first black hole ever photographed gets a glam up — it’s now glittering] On October 6th, Mars will… This story continues at The Next Web
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Piers Morgan has blasted US president Donald Trump for temporarily leaving hospital during treatment for Covid-19 to stage a drive-by. The Good Morning Britain presenter branded Trump’s stunt “utterly ridiculous” and accused him of endangering others after he briefly left the Walter Reed Medical Centre near Washington on Sunday. Trump was captured on video waving from the back seat of a black SUV wearing a mask, as crowds cheered and waved American flags and pro-Trump banners. Two Secret Service agents could be seen in the vehicle’s front seats.Reacting to the development during Monday’s Good Morning Britain, Piers said: “What’s he doing? The whole thing is utterly ridiculous. The penny may have dropped, the severity of coronavirus, considering he’s now got it and has been having some problems with it...“This is from a president who is in charge of a pandemic which has seen more than 200,000 Americans lose their lives.”Referring to an earlier video message Trump had recorded, in which the president said he had “learned a lot about Covid... by really going to school”, Piers continued: “You are the most powerful man in the world, you have access to the most incredible people in the world – medical and scientific – and you’ve only just discovered coronavirus school?“What’s your reaction because you’ve had this masterclass?... Go out with the secret service and put lives at risk, people that risk their lives for you every minute of every day.”pic.twitter.com/0Bm9W2u1x7— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 4, 2020Piers’ co-host Susanna Reid said: “That’s because it’s all about him.”“He thinks it’s a reality show,” Piers said. “Honestly, the recklessness of this. “What does this tell people? It tells people, if you have got coronavirus in America, get in your car, go for a little joyride. Go and meet people.“It’s utterly ridiculous.”Trump’s actions were also branded “insanity” by a doctor at the facility where he is being treated.Dr James Phillips said the president had put the lives of Secret Service agents at risk, after sitting in the hermetically-sealed vehicle with two agents, all for a piece of “political theatre”.Patients who test positive for Covid-19 are generally required to quarantine for 14 days, the typical incubation period for the coronavirus to avoid infecting others. Dr Phillips tweeted: “That Presidential SUV is not only bulletproof, but hermetically sealed against chemical attack. The risk of Covid-19 transmission inside is as high as it gets outside of medical procedures.“The irresponsibility is astounding. My thoughts are with the Secret Service forced to play.”Good Morning Britain airs weekdays at 6am on ITV. READ MORE:
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While the incoming Pixel devices might be the main draw of Google’s reveal event, the company had a number of new products to reveal before the phones. That slate of new products includes the Nest Audio, a new smart home speaker that apparently serves as a replacement to the original Google Home. The new smart speaker can be used in … Continue reading
A predictive policing system used in the Netherlands discriminates against Eastern Europeans and treats people as “human guinea pigs under mass surveillance,” new research by Amnesty International has revealed. The “Sensing Project” uses cameras and sensors to collect data on vehicles driving in and around Roermond, a small city in the southeastern Netherlands. An algorithm then purportedly calculates the probability that the driver and passengers intend to pickpocket or shoplift, and directs police towards the people and places it deems “high risk.” The police present the project as a neutral system guided by objective crime data. But Amnesty found that it’s specifically designed to identify people of Eastern… This story continues at The Next Web