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How leaders are investing in artificial intelligence to improve public relations

How leaders are investing in artificial intelligence to improve public relations

How leaders are investing in artificial intelligence to improve public relations Getty While many companies invest their entire marketing budget in digital marketing, leaders in the field of public relations (PR) say they can achieve similar or better results by combining public relations with artificial intelligence. Artificial Intelligence (AI) and other advanced technologies have permeated …

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Transparent AI: Paving the way to better IVF outcomes - MedCity News

Transparent AI: Paving the way to better IVF outcomes – MedCity News

Creating a family is one of life’s most natural progressions, essentially preserving our collective future since the dawn of time. Family structures are shaped in unique configurations, but the desire to care for, nurture, and love one’s child is universal. The extraordinary elements that must perfectly collide to create life are nothing short of miraculous, …

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Two years after being doxxed by Trump supporters and rescinding her job offer, the 24-year-old says she is "completely opposed" to being "a public figure on the internet again."

Two years after being doxxed by Trump supporters and rescinding her job offer, the 24-year-old says she is “completely opposed” to being “a public figure on the internet again.”

Two years ago, Claira Janover lost a job offer at Deloitte after a TikTok went viral. Janover told Insider that far-right Trump supporters doxxed and harassed her for an “All Lives Matter” analogy. Although Janover said she was unhappy with the experience, it gave her new opportunities and perspective. Loading Something is loading. When Claira …

Two years after being doxxed by Trump supporters and rescinding her job offer, the 24-year-old says she is “completely opposed” to being “a public figure on the internet again.” Read More »

Two years after being doxxed by Trump supporters and rescinding her job offer, the 24-year-old says she is "completely opposed" to being "a public figure on the internet again."

Two years after being doxxed by Trump supporters and rescinding her job offer, the 24-year-old says she is “completely opposed” to being “a public figure on the internet again.”

Claire JanoverCourtesy of Claira Janover. Two years ago, Claira Janover lost a job offer at Deloitte after a TikTok went viral. Janover told Insider that far-right Trump supporters doxxed and harassed her for an “All Lives Matter” analogy. Although Janover said she was unhappy with the experience, it gave her new opportunities and perspective. When …

Two years after being doxxed by Trump supporters and rescinding her job offer, the 24-year-old says she is “completely opposed” to being “a public figure on the internet again.” Read More »

Lori Moylan, Head of Public Policy for Meta, talks about social media safety

Lori Moylan, Head of Public Policy for Meta, talks about social media safety

Lori Moylan, Head of Public Policy for Meta Juneau, Alaska (KINY) — Lori Moylan joined Dano on Capital Chat on Friday to talk about internet safety for young people. Moylan said how to start the conversation. “I encourage all parents to know that it has to be an ongoing dialogue with your teenagers. They don’t …

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The number of Mainers with health coverage hit an all-time high in 2021, spurred by the continued impact of Medicaid expansion as well as federal action to address COVID-19. Census data released last week shows that just under 78,000 Mainers (about 5.7%) had no health insurance in 2021. This is the lowest share of uninsured …

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UF helps state launch AI program in Florida public schools

UF helps state launch AI program in Florida public schools

As students across the country return to class this fall, Florida is among the first states to adopt a K-12 artificial intelligence, or AI, education curriculum designed to prepare its young to the growing global demand for an AI-enabled workforce. Leveraging the expertise of the University of Florida and its AI initiative, the Florida Department …

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Montana Department of Health seeks to remove board that hears calls for public assistance

Montana Department of Health seeks to remove board that hears calls for public assistance

Montana health officials are calling on state lawmakers to eliminate a board that hears appeals from people who believe they have been wrongfully denied public assistance benefits. Since 2016, the Public Assistance Board has heard less than 20 cases a year, and very few of them are overturned, but preparing for those appeals and board …

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Why Virtual Reality Could Be the New Dawn of Pain and Anxiety Management - MedCity News

Why Virtual Reality Could Be the New Dawn of Pain and Anxiety Management – MedCity News

CDC data shows that more than 20% of Americans suffer from chronic pain, of which 36% suffer from high-impact chronic pain. The discomfort of this pain is arguably exacerbated by the growing prevalence of mental health issues across the country, which is becoming an increasing burden to Americans’ well-being. In fact, the percentage of American …

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