How is AI changing the way to get the product prototype? – Geospatial world

Industrial technology concept. Factory automation. Smart factory. INDUSTRY 4.0 Businesses across sectors and industries are finding ways to integrate artificial intelligence (AI) technologies into their operations. Continued advancements in AI have a positive contribution to companies that move towards efficiency. Developers and designers working on product prototypes are at the …

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Activity of foreign banks: healthy economic conditions

In terms of aggregate assets, European banks remain the largest industry group. However, Asian banks overtook North American banks in 2013 and continued their strong compound year-over-year growth. It is also possible that they will overtake European banks in the coming years, as the Australian economy pivots more towards Asia. …

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Poots calls for alternative control regime after Brexit

New Democratic Unionist Party leader Edwin Poots has suggested that post-Brexit checks on goods from Britain in the north could be carried out far from the Irish Sea and the border. Insisting he was “totally opposed” to a hard border on the island of Ireland, the Lagan Valley MP said …

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2 key elements of 3D Systems results that investors should know

Earlier this month, 3d systems (NYSE: DDD) released first quarter 2021 results that easily exceed Wall Street consensus estimates for revenue and earnings. The stock soared 35% the next day. In the first quarter, the 3D printing company’s revenue increased 7.7% year-over-year (and 17% excluding the impact of divestments) to …

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Michael Russell: Tories’ continued damage to Brexit worthy of Greek tragedy

CASSANDRA, according to Greek mythology, was a Trojan princess and follower of the god Apollo who gave her the gift of prophecy when he courted her. However, when she refused it, he added the curse that she would never believe. Those of us who have been involved in Brexit almost …

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The week of May 17 to 22

In a market like Indonesia, it takes more than a unicorn to successfully deliver food or make phone calls. While its population of 270 million lends itself to economies of scale, the nation is a complex network of 17,000 islands, where tech giants from across Southeast Asia vie for dominance. …

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Brexit news: EU accused of failing to understand its own anti-cancer drug blocking laws | Politics | New

The Commission said it was “totally incorrect” to blame Brussels on this issue, arguing that the Northern Ireland protocol and other provisions of the Brexit deal “ensure the continued availability of medicines” in North Ireland. The UK Medicines and Health Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) last week approved osimertinib (brand name …

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Tesla launched the electric vehicle market: how these 3 car stocks are helping to build its future

The electrification of the automotive industry has taken the fast lane, and for that we have You’re here (NASDAQ: TSLA) thank. The company and its CEO Elon Musk are sometimes lightning rods for controversy, but it’s hard to deny the impact they have had on the industry. Musk’s vision for …

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Input cost pressures impact gross margins of white goods companies: report

NEW DELHI: Large white goods manufacturers faced higher input costs that impacted profits in the March quarter, according to a report by broker Motilal Oswal Institutional Equities. This despite the price increases taken by companies to cushion the impact of the hardening of raw material costs. In the second half …

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