The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and IranWire.com, one of the most popular Persian language news websites inside and outside of Iran, launched on Tuesday ‘The Sardari Project: Iran and the Holocaust‘ that will broadcast articles and videos about the Holocaust, and Iran’s unknown role in helping Jews during this period.
The project was named after Abdol Hossein Sardari, an Iranian diplomat based in Paris who worked to save many Iranian and non-Iranian Jews after Germany occupied the country.
“Education is a critical step in countering the Iranian government’s Holocaust denial, antisemitic rhetoric, and suppression of information,” said Tad Stahnke, William and Sheila Konar director of international educational outreach in the Levine Institute for Holocaust Education at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
The series will feature 13 articles and nine videos, and will be available in both Persian and English. The content will be released through IranWire.com’s
TOWN OF NORTH HEMPSTEAD, NY — The Town of North Hempstead recently unveiled a revamped website for Project Independence that officials hope will make it easier to use for older adults.
The overhauled Project Independence website now features:
New graphics and design
News and updates section with newsletters, email newsletters, calendars, and articles
Links to virtual exercise classes
Links to listen to the live “PI and You” radio show, access archived shows, and Zoom recordings
Informational brochures and transportation brochures in different languages, including English, Spanish, Mandarin, Korean, Creole and Farsi
“We hope these new updates will help make the website more user friendly and intuitive,” Supervisor Judi Bosworth said in a statement. “Our website has all the latest updates including our virtual classes, exercise programs for seniors, newsletters, and more.”
Project Independence was created in 2009 as an aging-in-place program for nearly 60,000 residents over 60. It has answered
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New York, United States, Mon, 30 Nov 2020 02:27:45 / Comserve Inc. / — Since the onset of the millennium, the use of project management software systems in enterprises, both small and large has become the norm.
Since the onset of the millennium, the use of project management software systems in enterprises, both small and large has become the norm. Enterprises began to understand the varied benefits like efficiency, lower costs, better scalability and agility of project management software systems and thus the demand for project management software systems grew. The next big problem in front of the enterprises was to find the right fit for the enterprise that suited its requirements. There were many vendors and enterprises took time to figure out their right fit and this proved a challenge early on for the growth of
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The carnivorous triffid plant first entered the public imagination in John Wyndham’s science fiction novel in 1951. Almost 70 years later, the botanical predators have re-emerged as the inspiration behind battery-less sensors capable of delivering the internet of things (IoT).
“Project Triffid” was centre stage at Arm Holdings’ virtual developer conference in October as the UK-based chip designer discussed how its technology could be used beyond the low-power requirements of smartphone semiconductors in the virtually no-power world of IoT.
The inspiration came from radio-frequency identification (Rfid) tags — the billions of passive tags embedded in credit cards, supermarket shelves and pet collars that only wake up when passed over by a sensor that can read them.
Arm’s notion was that it could create a computational version of Rfid that could not only store data but use it. Power could be harnessed whenever a reader passed over the tag.
MONTREAL–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Immervision, the Montreal-based leader in wide-angle intelligent vision, today announced it has received an award from the Defense Innovation Unit (DIU), part of the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) for a Blue UAS Frameworkeffort.
The Immervision InnovationLab team is developing a wide-angle computer vision camera for small Unmanned Aerial Systems (sUAS), enabling advanced low-light vision for Blue UAS Frameworkeffort which provides affordable, trusted, high performing, and interoperable UAS drone technologies for commercial and defense applications.
“We are honored that the Defense Innovation Unit has chosen Immervision’s InnovationLab to create this innovative wide angle computer vision camera optimized for drones in low light vision and autonomous flight,” said Alessandro Gasparini, Executive Vice President, Operations and Chief Commercial Officer of Immervision. “Immervision’s technology has been widely adopted in aerospace, surveillance systems and for consumer electronics for over 20 years. We look forward to working with the DIU
Chromium is an important piece of software that helps run some of the most popular internet browsers in the world, including Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge.
You can also download Chromium and use it as its own internet browser, but it’s not stable and is missing many of the features present in modern browsers.
Chromium is open-source, meaning that anyone can take the software and make their own program using it.
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Chromium, first released by Google in 2008, is one of the most popular software projects in the world. A vast majority of internet users use Chromium in some way — it’s the software unpinning both Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge.
The reason that Chromium is so popular is that it’s open-source, meaning that anyone can use
A contractor hired to develop high-speed internet service for a southern Manitoba community violated customers’ privacy by installing “unauthorized surveillance and monitoring software,” the City of Morden alleges in court documents.
The allegation is made in a counterclaim filed by the city in October, in response to a lawsuit by Sergii Polishchuk and a former Morden city engineer over the cancelled Morenet project.
The counterclaim alleges Polishchuk not only failed to develop the internet service, but also carried out inappropriate surveillance activities under both the Morenet agreement and a separate agreement he had to provide IT services to the city.
Google’s latest attempt to power internet connectivity in Africa will involve invisible light beams transmitted at high altitudes.
Through “Project Taara,” Alphabet, Google’s parent company, is kicking off plans to provide high-speed internet over long distances using beams of light. Essentially, the project’s technology will allow for high-speed data transmission through invisible light beams between Taara terminals mounted on high up on existing towers or rooftops. Each link between terminals is projected to be able to transmit bandwidth of up to 20 gigabits per second and cover distances of up to 20 kilometers.
As part of a pan-African roll-out which will start in Kenya, Project Taara has partnered with telecoms operator Econet to equip its towers with Taara terminals to transmit beams and create links. The project has also been trialed in India and Mexico.
A joint South Korean/Australian mineral processing research project is showing potential to eat into China’s dominance of the high-value and strategically-important rare earth industry.
While in its early days the Ziron Tech project has successfully produced two of the most important metals in the rare earth family; praseodymium and neodymium which are used to make the permanent magnets used in electric cars and renewable energy systems.
As well as producing samples of the metals weighing up to 18.5 pounds an agreement to construct a commercial plant producing up to 550 pounds a day was signed last week.
A long-time in planning the key to the Ziron Tech process is a unique orebody located near the city of Dubbo in the Australian State of New South Wales.
If the work in Korea leads to full-scale commercial rare