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Rutgers students taking exams are required to pay $32 in fees for Verificient’s Proctortrack, an anti-cheating program that collects, audio, video, web activity and “scans the ID, face and knuckles” as well as voice-prints.
Rutgers entered into a hasty “verbal agreement” with Proctortrack last spring, which was turned into a retroactive contract (that went into effect seven months before it was signed) in August, in which the company promised to purge student data after 90 days and email students to confirm this.
Students say Verificient hasn’t fulfilled this part of its bargain.
Verificient is said to be working with the TSA to roll out similar software for travellers.
Coming soon: a giant robot that looms over children while they take tests, clicking and whirring ominously.
“ Language must be revolutionized until it moves the masses on every single psychological level. ”— Albert Camus
Bail-ins are in place in the UK, EU, and US - “All deposits are subject to potential ‘haircuts’ involving any major bank failure”
Shares and stocks are tumbling around the world, with investors worried that the next global crisis has already begun. There is considerable uncertainty and nervousnessamongst economists and trend forecasters. Government’s sooth jittery markets with misinformation in the hope that confidence does not evaporate and their legitimacy with it.
If another crisis gets underway – do you think that the money you have earned, paid tax on and put in a bank for a rainy day or for an unexpected bill is safe? Because if you do, you’re wrong.
Could you hide from the state for a full 28 days? That’s what ‘Hunted’, a new reality competition series in the UK wants to know.
Given an hour head start and $700 in cash, contestants are then asked to try and hide from some of the world’s top detectives and investigators using all of the modern surveillance and tracking technology at their disposal.
The leader of the 30-strong team of investigators, for instance, was a former head of counter-terrorism for the City of London Police. At his disposal were technologies normally accessible only by the authorities – CCTV tracking, number plate recognition systems and the like. Among the men and women under his command were former spooks, intelligence analysts, covert operatives, cyber security experts and psychological profilers. Even a former CIA pattern analyst who played a role in the hunt for Osama bin Laden.
The cognitive and sensory impairments associated with Alzheimer’s and other types of dementia often result in difficulty eating.
Eatwell bowls are designed with slanted bottoms that help food collect to one side for easy scooping. The interior of the dining ware is also bright blue in color, an uncommon hue for food which helps users with dementia identify food in their bowls with ease. Spoons are intentionally designed to hug the side of the dinnerware, making collecting food easier and preventing spillage. Handles for drinking cups and utensils are made to allow for easy gripping and stability.
The result of all these intentional elements working together is a dining set that has been found to allow users with dementia to consume 24% more food and 84% more liquid.
“What are you doing here?” / “What’s your problem?”
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Across The Universe (2007)
Higher-Resolution Images of Pluto Finally Arrive
Two months after the New Horizons spacecraft flew by the dwarf planet, higher resolutions images are finally arriving. The crisp, detailed images are spectacular but are also creating some mysteries for scientists. Learn more about each image HERE.
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