White Castle rolls out more robots from Miso Robotics to cook in its kitchens

More robots are coming to White Castle .

Expanding a partnership with Miso Robotics, roughly 10 new White Castle locations will be rolling out the Pasadena, California-based company’s robotic fry cook.

The move accelerates the adoption of Miso Robotics’ newly designed Flippy robot into kitchens to speed up production and allow more staff to work in the front of the house to service customers, the companies said in a statement.

Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

White Castle first announced its pilot with Flippy in July as COVID-19 was beginning to spread around the country, presenting risks for kitchen staff and customers alike.

The need to limit staff while keeping up cooking speeds presented a challenge for the restaurant chain and it turned to Miso Robotics’ fry cook in a box to find a solution.

“Artificial intelligence and automation have been an area White Castle has wanted to experiment

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Trump’s Twitter Hacker Dismisses White House Denials, Says He Has ‘Evidence’

The security world was split last week, when ethical hacker Victor Gevers claimed in Dutch newspaper Vrij Nederland that he had guessed the password to Donald Trump’s Twitter account and gained access—again. The White House flatly denies the claim, saying “this is absolutely not true, but we don’t comment on security procedures around the President’s social media accounts.” Twitter says it has seen “no evidence to corroborate this claim,” although Gevers says Twitter did not respond when he reached out to offer his disclosure material.

Now the ethical hacker with his credibility and reputation on the line has hit back at those denials, telling me he is adamant his claims are true. “The White House was informed via their webform on Friday 16 Oct 2020,” Gevers says, “and pinged via Twitter. Why did they not respond at this time? Why did they wait?” The Vrij Nederland article

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Booker calls House GOP candidate Cawthorn racist over his website accusing senator of working to ‘ruin white males’

Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.) denounced Madison Cawthorn after the Republican House candidate in North Carolina created a website that included a racist characterization accusing the senator of working to “ruin white males.”



Cory Booker wearing a suit and tie: Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.) speaks during the fourth day of the confirmation hearing for Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett on Oct. 15 on Capitol Hill.


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Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.) speaks during the fourth day of the confirmation hearing for Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett on Oct. 15 on Capitol Hill.

“It just really personally saddens me that somebody who is so clearly racist is a nominee of a major party, and I think it’s a disrespect of the entire community,” Booker said in an interview with HuffPost. “It’s really unfortunate.”

A website put up by Cawthorn’s campaign to target Moe Davis, his Democratic opponent, claimed that watchdog reporter Tom Fiedler was working with Davis allies and left a job in academia to “work for non-white males, like Cory Booker, who aims to ruin white males running for office,”

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TikTok pledges to do more to fight hate content, calls out white nationalism

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TikTok is hoping to tamp down hateful content.


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TikTok is pushing back harder against hate content. The video app specifically is specifically targeting white nationalism and white genocide theory, which it called “neighboring ideologies” to the neo-Nazism and white supremacy it’s already been working to remove.

 “As part of our efforts to prevent hateful ideologies from taking root, we will stem the spread of coded language and symbols that can normalize hateful speech and behavior,” TikTok said Tuesday in a blog post.

The company will also target content linked to male supremacy and far-right identitarianism, as well as misinformation about specific Jewish people and families designed to spread anti-Semitism and content that is hurtful to the LGBTQ community, including conversion therapy.

In August, TikTok said it removed more than 380,000 videos

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White House Denies That Dutch Researcher Hacked Trump’s Twitter By Guessing The Password Was ‘Maga2020!’

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A Dutch security researcher claims that he managed to log in to the Twitter account of U.S. President Donald Trump by guessing his password which was “maga2020!,” a claim that the White House has denied and Twitter has doubted, stating it has proactively secured the high-profile, election-related accounts.

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The researcher, Victor Gevers, claims to have had access to Trump’s personal messages, could post tweets in his name, and even make changes to his profile, Dutch newspaper de Volkskrant reported.

After trying multiple password combinations Gevers managed to guess ‘maga2020!’ which he claims got him into the account.

Gevers claims that Trump’s account did not use a two-step verification process, where a user has to enter a second randomly generated code sent to his phone, something Twitter

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