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Tech firms prioritise attracting quality talent

first_img Previous ArticleKeynote 3: Society & The Human Element – Rangu Salgame, The Next 3BNext ArticleEC suspends Qualcomm/NXP probe Joseph Waring LIVE FROM GSMA MOBILE WORLD CONGRESS SHANGHAI: Panelists in the Industry & the Human Element session this morning were in unanimous agreement that being able to attract the best talent is the most important factor for thriving in the current business environment.Ken Kroeger, chairman of Seeing Machines (pictured, second from right), said developing the kind of products that will bring in quality employees is crucial for the success of his company, which provides intelligent sensing technology to the automotive, aviation, medical and other industries.Eva Chen, co-founder and CEO of Trend Micro (middle), agreed that “the human element” was the most important thing. “You have to train them so they have the right skills that are in demand.”She noted that a company’s social commitment should be to provide not only jobs, but jobs that give people dignity.The panel touched on the impact of emerging technologies, which are disrupting companies as well as employees, on the jobs market of the future and the risks of employee skill sets becoming obsolete.Sanjay Jha, CEO of GlobalFoundries (second from left), said he is an optimist and sees the expected impact of artificial intelligence (AI) and big data as an overwhelming social positive. “But it requires some adaptation and some incredible forward planning.”IQ boostIn his presentation, Jha suggested smartphones increase the average IQ of the vast majority of the population. “They are the machine extension of our intelligence. They have the memory, they have the analysis, they have the intelligence.”With Facebook reaching two billion users, he noted that the degrees of separation between users has fallen from 5.3 to 3.5, adding that Facebook is a bigger community than any country in the world.A major challenge for the industry is handling the dramatic explosion of data, which he said requires more and more bandwidth to get the data back to servers in order to make sense of it.“There are something like 12 to 16 million photos uploaded every minute and 60 million text messages sent every minute,” he said. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 30 JUN 2017 Author HomeMWC Shanghai 2017 Tech firms prioritise attracting quality talent Joseph Waring joins Mobile World Live as the Asia editor for its new Asia channel. Before joining the GSMA, Joseph was group editor for Telecom Asia for more than ten years. In addition to writing features, news and blogs, he… Read morelast_img read more

Stars of Frozen, Aladdin & The Lion King Sing Disney Hits on Good Morning America

first_imgCaissie Levy(Photo provided by DKC/O&M) ABC’s Good Morning America made Broadway nerds’ dreams come true today with a special performance in commemoration of Disney on Broadway’s 25th anniversary. A talent-packed docket of stars came together to lend their voices to tunes from Disney’s thrilling stage musicals from over the years. The montage included Ryann Redmond (Frozen) singing from Beauty and the Beast, Lion King stars Syndee Winters and Bradley Gibson offering up music from their Tony-winning sensation, Aladdin’s Arielle Jacobs and Ainsley Melham singing from Tarzan and Frozen’s Caissie Levy belting out “Let It Go.” Check out this group of mega-talents below and make plans now to experience the magic of Disney on Broadway for yourself. View Comments Frozencenter_img Show Closed This production ended its run on March 11, 2020 Related Showslast_img read more

OpenEMR software ‘Groundbreaking’ health records

first_imgVermont Business Magazine Rutland’s OpenEMR, the most popular open source electronic health records (EHR) and medical practice management solution, announced today that OpenEMR version 5.0 has achieved Complete ONC certification, through Infogard. This certification is vital for medical practices in the US to comply with MACRA and participate in Medicare’s Quality Payment Program.The Complete Meaningful Use Certification was the result of a community effort that spanned several years, involving over $200,000 in effort and code contributions.  The number of enhancements brought into OpenEMR was expansive and includes standardization of patient medical information, coordination of care, patient privacy, patient engagement, security, public health and automated calculations of metrics and clinical quality measures.  The list of direct contributors to this effort included ZH Healthcare, Ensoftek, Visolve, MI-Squared, Brady Miller MD, EMR Direct, Jan Jajalla, Sunset Systems, Columbia University Certification of Professional Achievement in Health IT, Jeff Guillory NP, Ray Magauran MD, and John Tenny MD, among others.The OpenEMR 5.0 release boasts many features unrelated to meaningful use.  Modernization was the theme, which includes a new logo and website, www.open-emr.org(link is external).  A major enhancement in this release is the sleek user interface, geared towards efficient workflow.  “I have used OpenEMR for seven years.  The new user interface makes the life of providers simpler and easier, with fast retrieval and entering of patient information in a single screen, while supporting a robust feature set,” said OpenEMR user Dr. Arnab Naha MBBS.Another enhancement is a feature-packed Ophthalmology/Optometry module, designed and built by Ray Magauran MD, a practicing Ophthalmologist.  “As ophthalmologists, we need a product that matches our workflows, doesn’t slow us down or cost an arm and a leg.  My clinic is now paperless.  We have moved into the cloud,” said OpenEMR volunteer developer, Ray Magauran MD.This release brings enhancements in the patient tracker, reporting, scheduling, billing, security, and form validation modules.  Internationalization of OpenEMR was enhanced by adding support for right to left languages to the already included 33 languages.  Enterprise use of OpenEMR was strengthened by upgrading the MySQL database engine to InnoDB.  Accessibility for OpenEMR developers was improved by migrating the codebase repository from Sourceforge to Github, which allows for efficient, coordinated development.The OpenEMR community remains committed to continued support and improvement of the OpenEMR product.  “The last year has been a golden age for OpenEMR with increasing active development and a broadening community of developers, users, volunteers, professionals, and OpenEMR champions.  As OpenEMR continues to improve and needs for OpenEMR increases, I expect OpenEMR’s successes to continue into the future,” said OpenEMR project co-administrator Brady Miller MD.About OpenEMR OpenEMR was originally released as an open source project in 2002 and is maintained and supported by a vibrant community of volunteers and professionals.  OpenEMR is the most popular open source electronic health records and medical practice management solution.  OpenEMR is downloaded more than 7,000 times per month and it has been estimated that OpenEMR serves more than 100,000 medical providers and up to 200 million patients across the globe.  For more information, visit: http://www.open-emr.org(link is external).About OEMR OEMR is a nonprofit organization, founded in 2010 to support the OpenEMR project with a mission to ensure that all people, regardless of race, socioeconomic status or geographic location, have access to high-quality medical care through the donation of free, open source medical software and service relating to that software.  The OEMR organization is the legal entity that maintains ONC certification for OpenEMR.  For more information, visit: http://www.oemr.org(link is external).SOURCE: RUTLAND, Vt., March 1, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — OpenEMRlast_img read more

Challenge Roth takes to the air with Lufthansa

first_imgA reservation can be made via the direct link on the Lufthansa website (www.lufthansa.com/event-booking_en). Enter the access code DEZUYR in the ‘Access to Event Booking’ area. This will take you into an online booking platform that will automatically calculate the discount offered or provide you with a better offer if another promotional fare is available.(You may have to enable pop-ups on this site – otherwise the booking platform window will not open.)The special Challenge Roth promotional fares are also available via IATA/ ARC travel agents. Travel agents can obtain ticketing instructions via lufthansa.mobility[at]dlh.de, quoting the DEZUYR access code as an event reference.www.challenge-roth.com www.lufthansa.com Challenge Roth has announced a partnership with Lufthansa Airlines providing discounted air travel for athletes and supporters attending Challenge Roth 2012 from around the world.Germany’s Lufthansa Airlines offers a comprehensive global route network linking Munich, Nuremberg and Frankfurt, all within easy reach of Roth, with major cities around the world. As Challenge Roth’s official airline, Lufthansa will offer special fares to everyone travelling to attend the event. Relatedlast_img read more

Total passenger traffic at airports is growing slightly

first_imgThe total passenger traffic at airports in February 2017 amounted to 201 thousand, which is an increase of 2016% compared to February 200, when passenger traffic amounted to 0,9 thousand.U veljači 2017. rast prometa putnika, u odnosu na veljaču 2016., bilježi zračna luka Zagreb (1,2%), zračna luka Dubrovnik (2,0%), zračna luka Zadar (7,1%) i zračna luka Osijek (165,4%). Polovica putnika u međunarodnom prometu ostvarena je u prometu sa zračnim lukama Njemačke, Ujedinjene Kraljevine i Nizozemske.The total number of aircraft landings and take-offs at airports in February 2017 was 3, which is a decrease of 675% compared to the number of landings and take-offs of 4 in February 058.last_img read more

News Scan for Apr 28, 2014

first_imgChikungunya cases in the Caribbean top 33,000The Caribbean chikungunya outbreak grew by 3,499 cases in the past week, reaching 33,260 suspected, probable, or confirmed cases, according to an update today from the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC). The case count is up from 29,761 in the agency’s Apr 22 report.Martinique continues to report the largest numbers, with 17,630 suspected (up from 16,000) and 1,515 confirmed or probable cases, the ECDC said. Guadeloupe reported the second-most cases, with 6,000 suspected and 1,328 confirmed or probable cases. The French side of St. Martin is third, with 3,030 suspected and 793 confirmed or probable cases.Also reporting cases are Dominica, 1,063 suspected and 98 confirmed cases; the Dominican Republic, 767 suspected and 17 confirmed cases; St. Barthelemy, 480 suspected and 135 confirmed or probable cases; the Dutch side of St. Martin, 301 confirmed cases; French Guiana, 36 confirmed locally acquired and 18 imported cases; Anguilla, 33 locally acquired confirmed cases and 1 likely imported; British Virgin Islands, 9 confirmed cases; St. Vincent and the Grenadines, 3 cases; and Aruba, St. Lucia, and St. Kitts and Nevis, each with 1 confirmed case.The chikungunya outbreak is the first known in the Americas and began in December 2013 on the French side of St. Martin. So far 6 outbreak deaths have been confirmed, 3 on the French side of St. Martin, 2 on Martinique, and 1 on Guadeloupe.Apr 28 ECDC update Scientists propose alternate origins for 1918 pandemic flu virusThe 1918 H1N1 pandemic influenza virus may have originated from reassortment between a human flu virus lineage and an avian flu virus, researchers speculate today after conducting a phylogenetic evolutionary analysis. The findings run contrary to previous estimates of the virus’s evolution.US and UK researchers analyzed full-length gene sequences from human, bird, and swine viruses over the years involving H1, H2, H5, and N1 subtypes, according to their study in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.Their results indicate that human H1 (the “H” is for the hemagglutinin [HA] protein) emerged from an avian source well before 1918 but after 1895. They also noted that the classic swine flu lineage is nested completely within the 1918 genetic diversity of human H1 but the seasonal human H1 HA line is only distantly related to the pandemic 1918 HA.”This pattern indicates that the swine influenza lineage emerged directly from the human pandemic virus but that postpandemic seasonal H1N1 did not,” they write. “Rather, there is strong phylogenetic evidence that it descended from a distinct H1 lineage that shared a common ancestor with the 1918 pandemic ~1907.””These results are consistent with an avian-to-human movement of H1 in the first decade of the 20th century,” the authors conclude. They say their theory fits with the age-related pattern of extensive morality in 20- to 40-year-olds, because people that age would have been primarily exposed to an H3N8 virus, which would afford little cross-immunity.Previously, predictions that the 1918 strain was of avian origin and did not reassort with a human strain have predominated.Apr 28 Proc Natl Acad Sci abstract CIDRAP overview on pandemic influenza, which includes 1918-origin theorieslast_img read more

Rhinos staying on inside of defensive line

first_imgAUBURN — The “Rhino package” may be no more.The tackle-heavy personnel group, which utilized Gabe Wright and Montravius Adams at end for the season opener with Arkansas may not rear its head again as Auburn closes the season with Samford, Alabama and a bowl game.“We may have to at some point in time but right now it’s the depth at tackle,” Auburn defensive coordinator Ellis Johnson said. “We got them rotating in there at tackle, (Jeff) Whitaker’s been out the last two weeks and feel like that four-way rotation’s more important to us.”Wright and Adams have each been more productive while on the inside. Whitaker has a “nerve issue” in his back and his status moving forward is unclear.Johnson said ends DaVonte Lambert and Elijah Daniel each did pretty well against Georgia, though Auburn is still searching for pass rush.“We’ve got four ends right now that have been playing pretty consistent so we haven’t moved (Wright and Adams) back out there,” Johnson said. “But it’s a double whammy; if we move them out there we’re losing some depth at tackle.”last_img read more

North Muskegon soccer team registers a 4-0 shutout win over Saugatuck

first_img × Nuun Sport: Electrolyte Drink Tablets, Citru… $0.00 Report a problem This item is… Add Comments (Max 320 characters) LocalSportsJournal.comThe North Muskegon soccer team downed Saugatuck 4-0 on Monday in non-league action.Dylan Hoffman led the Norse with two goals and one assist. Brendan Gannon and Parker Kersman each had one goal while Jake Parsons and Tommy Gautraud each had an assist.Nick Gertsweiler and Jake Hoffer combined to post the shutout in goal.North Muskegon is now 6-7-1 on the season. ENDS IN Shares × (975) 0 Inappropriate / Offensive Inappropriate / Offensive Not relevant × Report a problem This item is… Fox Sports Go × ENDS IN Inappropriate / Offensive DEAL OF THE DAY × Report a problem This item is… Displayed poorly Displayed poorly Not relevant DEAL OF THE DAY Displayed poorly Other ENDS IN DEAL OF THE DAY Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. Bestseller Displayed poorly DEAL OF THE DAY $9.99 Add Comments (Max 320 characters) DEAL OF THE DAY Not relevant Share Twelve Add Comments (Max 320 characters) Report a problem This item is… DEAL OF THE DAY Range: Why Generalists Triumph in a Special… Add Comments (Max 320 characters) Not relevant Other $20.00$233.61 Bestseller Bestseller Ads by Amazon Bestseller Bestseller Inappropriate / Offensive Not relevant Add Comments (Max 320 characters) (32825) FOX Sports: Stream live NFL, College Footbal… Other Displayed poorly (35309) Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. $0.00 × Not relevant Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. Displayed poorly Displayed poorly Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. Displayed poorly Share Bestseller (5153) Lemedy Women Padded Sports Bra Fitness Wo… ENDS IN DEAL OF THE DAY NBC Sports Not relevant × Sports Illustrated ENDS IN ENDS IN Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. Inappropriate / Offensive Shop Now × Other $14.99 Report a problem This item is… Report a problem This item is… Inappropriate / Offensive Add Comments (Max 320 characters) Not relevant $19.29 ENDS IN Mail Add Comments (Max 320 characters) Report a problem This item is… (3879) (8133) Other Other $22.99 (832) Bestseller Inappropriate / Offensive DEAL OF THE DAY ENDS IN $0.00 Other Add Comments (Max 320 characters) (1445) Bestseller Report a problem This item is… Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. Other Inappropriate / Offensive Ads by Amazonlast_img read more

Bombers look to rebound at Vernon Tournament

first_imgThe L.V. Rogers Bombers look to bounce back after a disappointing result at the Bomber Invitational Tournament when the team travels to Vernon for a weeekend event.The Bombers finished fourth after dropping a 72-69 decision to Prince Charles of Creston in the Consolation Final.LVR played the game minus starters Robby Dixon and Josh Matosevic. Both players suffered injuries earlier in the tournament.”A (J. Lloyd) Crowe player undercut Josh and he fell on his back and was hurt and only played about 15 minutes the rest of the weekend,” a disappointed Bomber coach Jeremy Phelan explained. “Robby also rolled his ankle in that game and he didn’t play the rest of the weekend.”Dixon is expected to play this weekend in Vernon while Matosevic will be a game-time decision.Minus to key players, the Bombers ran out of gas against Prince Charles after losing to Rutland in the semi final game earlier in the day.Rutland defeated Osoyoos Rattlers 86-78 in the Final to capture the Tournament Title.The Rattlers led by 10 points entering the fourth quarter but also ran out of gas as the South Okanagan squad entered the tourney with a short bench of players.LVR opened the tournament manhandling both Nakusp and J. Lloyd Crowe of Trail by respective, 95-9 and 79-26 scores.The Hangar will once again by busy this weekend as the LVR Bombers host a Senior Girl’s Basketball Tournament.Meanwhile the LVR Junior Bombers are in Castlegar to play in the Stanley Humphries Rockers Junior Boys Tournament.last_img read more

Nelson Minor Hockey grads take advantage of opportunties

first_imgIt’s been a banner week for two Nelson Minor Hockey grads, Reece and Dryden Hunt.Reece Hunt, playing this season with the Okanagan Hockey Academy, was named to the shortlist for the Team BC Female U18 Canada Winter Games Team while older brother Dryden earned an assist for the Florida Panthers during Monday’s NHL game in Ottawa against the Senators.BC Hockey released the shortlist of players for the 2019 Canada Winter Games in Red Deer, February 23 to March 3, 2019. Hunt, one of 26 players chosen to attend the camp in Penticton December 20-23, was part of Team BC at the 2017 National Women’s Under-18 Hockey Championships in Quebec City. The players invited based on their performance at the 2018 Female U18 Provincial Camp held in August in Shawnigan Lake, BC and in-season evaluations.“We are excited to announce the 26 players selected to continue the process for Team BC,” says Female Program of Excellence (POE) Coordinator Whitney Juszkiewicz. “Every year the skill and competition for Team BC has improved, which is a testament to female hockey in BC and the Yukon.”Meanwhile, in the Nation’s Capital, Hunt recorded his second assist of his NHL career when he tossed a high pass to a streaking Jared McCann to give the Panthers a 3-1 lead in a 7-5 victory.Hunt was recalled Monday by the Panthers from Florida’s American Hockey League affiliate, the Springfield Thunderbirds.Hunt, 22, has appeared 15 games with the Thunderbirds this season, registering 12 points (8-4-12). The 6-foot, 191-pound Nelson Minor Hockey product is ranked second on the Thunderbirds in goals and led the team with four power-play goals.He played in 11 career NHL games with Florida (2017-18), registering one assist before Monday’s helper.Wednesday, during a 7-3 loss to Tampa Bay Lightning, Hunt saw more than 10 minutes of ice time.last_img read more