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Hard Realities and Hope in the Women in Cannabis Study 

While prior studies have provided a novel look at diversity in the cannabis sector and served as an important initial benchmark, Jennifer Whetzel, Founder of LadyJane Branding, recognized the need […]

Microsoft ‘will not stand in the way’ of potential Activision Blizzard union

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Union efforts from Activision Blizzard teams won't be hindered by Microsoft.

Culinary Union Gets Knives Out For Station Casinos Again, Calls for Nevada License Investigation

The Culinary Union has urged the Nevada Gaming Control Board to investigate the suitability of Station Casinos to hold a Nevada gaming license.

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Fastbase Stock Has Strong Potential to Soar in 2022

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NEW YORK, Mar 25, 2022 - (ACN Newswire) - Deloitte's United States Economic Forecast Q1 2022 examines the impact of the crisis in Ukraine, persisting inflation, and the lingering effects of COVID-19 on the US economy. The good news is that the US economy's performance has been better than expected. People are getting back to work, corporate profits for Q3 are 21% above the pre-pandemic level and the increased adoption of technology has accelerated labor productivity growth.

Deloitte's baseline scenario anticipates the pandemic jump-starting the widespread adoption of technology leading to faster growth. Morgan Stanley is also positive about the potential growth of tech stocks given the recent underperformance.

Heading into Q2 of 2022, it's time to look at the next greater investments for 2022.

For investors seeking to enter the market before the rest of the world catches up, we have found a prospering young tech firm with a strong growth potential in 2022.

For investors looking for tech stocks with extraordinary growth potential, we suggest taking specific notice of one of the SaaS web analytics leaders, Fastbase Inc. (OTC:FBSE). Launched in 2016, Fastbase Inc. embodies one of the top public companies that we believe will have the strongest share price upside in 2022. Fastbase Inc. (www.fastbase.com) already achieved massive market success by providing more than 1 million companies, including Fortune 500 businesses and global brands, with invaluable website visitor data and consequently attracting the attention from large investment firms.

In the past 2 years the visionary company launched tech solutions to satisfy uncovered needs in the market. Only last year Fastbase launched Trustfeed.com, one of the biggest internet ventures within the field of customer experience and product review. This year Fastbase is squaring the circle by launching Leads Navigator, an ultimate leads generation solution. Leads Navigator will be a catalyst for financial growth in 2022 with a very strong revenue model.

Fastbase Inc recently announced acquiring 24.5% of Etheralabs LLC, (www.etheralabs.io) a New York City based Venture Lab and Ecosystem that is investing in, creating, and implementing disruptive technologies across the Blockchain landscape. This acquisition allows Fastbase to access the latest blockchain advances to empower its data distribution business and support the new Leads Navigator solution.

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Copyright 2022 ACN Newswire. All rights reserved. www.acnnewswire.comDeloitte's United States Economic Forecast Q1 2022 examines the impact of the crisis in Ukraine, persisting inflation, and the lingering effects of COVID-19 on the US economy.
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If Activision Blizzard recognizes a union, Microsoft ‘will not stand in the way’

Staff at Raven Software are fighting for recognition of the Game Workers Alliance.

Godfall: Ultimate Edition coming to Xbox on April 7

Your time has come, Valorians! Godfall: Ultimate Edition marks the arrival of the epic action RPG on Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S. The team here at Counterplay Games can’t wait for the Xbox community to dive into this epic high fantasy playground we’ve created for you. Let’s jump in and look at some of […]

Buy Junk Food, New Organs, And Clone Yourself At The Gas Station Of The Future In Flat Eye

America's gas stations aren't always pretty to look at. They can often be a grimey lens into people's most basic, and at times, unflattering needs. We rely on them when we're desperate for a bathroom, or when we need to buy junk food, cigarettes, questionable beer, and a lottery ticket to pin hopes and dreams on before filling our car with gas and speeding off like we were never there to begin with.

Developer Monkey Moon's new game, Flat Eye, looks at the gas station of the future--a very believable, even dystopian, future.

It takes place in a world on the brink of becoming a utopia, one where machines are sufficient replacements for human labor. Think self-checkouts, self-cleaning toilets, kiosks that take your order, and machines that make your breakfast sandwich before popping it out a little window. It's a world where you seldom have to come face-to-face with a working human being.

In this alternate future, gas stations (branded as Flat Eyes) are still the place where you get junk food, gas, and use the bathroom, but it's also where entirely new technology is used and showcased, so Flat Eyes are also referred to as "automobile fill-up stations and technological access points." So as well as filling up gas and buying bad hot dogs, you can buy new organs from an organ vending machine, receive medical treatment from an automated medical module, or even clone yourself.

The game is a management sim where you overlook the needs and expansion of a Flat Eye location, where you point-and-click from an overhead view (though the camera is fully moveable), clicking on modules, and dragging and dropping things in place on a grid-like layout. In my short hands-on demo, I ordered a human employee to restock the shelves, repair equipment, and install new amenities like toilets, self-checkouts, and medical modules, all while cashing out other customers in the process. The customers are depicted as colorful, albeit characterless, silhouettes that scurried in and out to use the bathroom or cash out.

Flat Eye takes a hard look at humanity's increasing dependency on technology. It depicts a scenario in which humans themselves become as automated and as mechanical as the very machines they rely on to exist through their day-to-day lives. Despite its bleak view of a possible future, developer Monkey Moon was clear in conveying it wanted to ultimately tell a positive story of humanity. Humans embody more of a machine-like presence in Flat Eye, operating on autopilot through a clean, perfect-looking world. But it's still not without its distinct characters and personalities.

As you manage Flat Eye, special customers will visit, giving you the opportunity to talk to them and navigate branching conversations that present glimpses into the lives of those who inhabit this pseudo-utopian world. When I had initially felt like a floating manager ordering around an employee, these branching conversations had suddenly felt intimate as I was choosing the employee's responses. It's also during these conversations where you interact with Flat Eye's AI, a character that I will not spoil, but one I anticipate will have a strong role in the game's somewhat mysterious narrative.

It's in the introduction to this AI and the conversation with it that I was left most eager to see where Flat Eye will go next. There's a dual narrative working alongside an already interesting management sim here.

At the end of each day, you are able to dive into the data of the Flat Eye's productivity and receive an overall score for how well you did. It's also during the transition between days that you'll have an opportunity to look through emails from Flat Eye's corporate executives and look at messages within the company sent between other gas stations--a humanizing element in a rather detached position as a lowly clerk.

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Developer Monkey Moon is building a knack for telling stories through the lens of working-class characters that rarely get the spotlight in games. In its previous title, Night Call, you played as a cab driver in Paris, hearing the stories of his passengers, engaging in conversation, and divulging in the intricacies of people's most intimate stories. But like Flat Eye, Night Call goes beyond its surface level, with layered narratives and themes at play throughout.

Despite my short time with the game, its concepts, themes, and mechanics clicked instantly. Furthermore, seeds were planted for a greater overarching story that seems to be heading towards a redemptive look at a dystopian future.

How This Humanoid Robot Was Made.

How This Humanoid Robot Was Made. Ever wonder how a humanoid robot is made?  Robots of all shapes and sizes are being developed everyday.  Anyone interested in the future will want to watch this video, and those in supply chain will find it useful to learn about what goes into making a robot.  The future [...]

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Why Zomato’s 10 Min delivery program has stroked a controversy

It has been barely 24 hours that Zomato’s co-founder and CEO Deepinder Goyal announced about the company’s ambitious 10 minute delivery program on his personal Twitter handle. This much hyped up program was on the cards ever since Zomato bought a stake in BlinkIt (previously known as Grofers), a startup that aims to redefine food [...]

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COVID Brought Attention To Early Childhood Education. Here’s How Investors Are Responding.

One thing the pandemic has made clear, many experts say, is that families with young children need more support than they’re getting. The shuttering of ...
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