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October 8, 2018 /Sports News – Local No. 7 Snow Volleyball Earns Back-to-Back Victories FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailEPHRAIM, Utah (October 6, 2018) – The seventh-ranked Snow College women’s volleyball team improved to 20-3 on the season with back-to-back, three-set victories this week. On Thursday, the Badgers defeated Colorado Northwestern, 3-0, followed by an important, 3-0, win over Utah State Eastern on Saturday.On Thursday, a total of 16 different players saw action in the team’s 25-19, 25-12, 25-22 victory over the Spartans. Freshman Belle Anderson led the Badgers with 8 kills on 15 attempts for a team-high .533 hitting efficiency. Andreanna McKee and Sai Collins each produced five kills in the victory, while Stacey Hone, Kiley McCall, and Bridget Triplett had four kills each.On Saturday, the Badgers fell behind early, but came storming back behind solid serving, an imposing block, and sharp passing. Once Snow regained the lead at 19-18 in the first set, the team never trailed through the remainder of the match.Freshman Ashlen Bell led the Badgers with 9 kills on 18 attempts, followed by Sai Collins who hit a blistering .412 on 8 kills in 17 attempts, with just one error. Freshman libero Savannah Tanner had 16 service receptions with no errors, and was credited with 14 digs. Sophomore Madi Day had a match-high four blocks.With the win, the Badgers improved to 20-3 on the season, which marks a school record third straight year the team has won 20 or more games in a season. Written by Mike Traina
Artificial intelligence, machine learning and big data have been making big headlines for the last few years – and for good reason. The amount of data being generated climbs every year thanks to the estimated 20 billion connected devices we’ll see by the year 2020…which is only a little more than two years away. Fast forward to 2050 – we’re looking at one trillion connected devices and “things.”All that data – combined with advancements in processing and compute power, and cloud computing – has made artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning innovation possible. These technologies are game-changers for machine automation and productivity. We’re giving machines the ability to learn and think – just like we do as humans.The devices, cars, and systems we rely on are getting smarter – with intelligence and compute power that can analyze data and patterns to help make informed decisions that lead to tangible business outcomes. Think about the last time you shopped online and that recommendation for an additional purchase was spot on, or your favorite music app served up the right song at the right time. How’d they know? These are simple examples, but what they have in common are systems that quickly make sense of data and patterns to predict what you need and want, when you need and want it. And for enterprise organizations – that’s a huge competitive advantage when it comes to customer loyalty, engagement and satisfaction.These advancements are more than 50 years in the making, with some of the world’s brightest minds and visionaries in history – from Alan Turing to Ray Kurzweil and Stephen Hawking – pushing the limits (and philosophical debates) on what’s possible with algorithms and code.And while the thought of singularity and AI-powered humanoids is fantastic science fiction and makes for great TV and movies – what I’m most excited about is the way AI and machine learning are going to bring real business and personal value to our everyday lives right now, and in the future. By the time we hit 2030, we’ll be working alongside machines in ways we once only dreamed about. The way we learn, work, bank, commute – even how we experience the routine health check-up, all changes.“…what I’m most excited about is the way AI and machine learning are going to bring real business and personal value to our everyday lives…ShareI also spend a lot of time thinking about how we take all those AI smarts and integrate them as part of the products and services that we deliver.As a 30-year veteran, I’ve had a front-row seat to this evolution – but haven’t just watched. The collective businesses that make up Dell Technologies’ have anticipated the trends, and played a role in computing and data center innovation that now spans compute and processing, data, AI, machine learning and analytics to deliver an entire end-to-end IT infrastructure from the edge to the core to the cloud that makes Digital Transformation possible. In fact, our Products and Operations organization is the only one of its kind to look across the entire IT infrastructure and deliver the solutions and services that combined, are a game-changing force for our customers.For instance:Our infrastructure solutions are getting smarter about data by learning from data. For example, we’re bringing more autonomous storage capabilities into our SC All Flash portfolio that can quickly make a decision about how and where data should be stored and protected based on its unique characteristics – critical when you think about the huge sets of data AI and machine learning are dependent upon.We recently announced new Ready Bundles for Machine and Deep Learning to make high-performance computing (HPC) more accessible for organizations, delivering faster, better and deeper data insights that advance analytics for business intelligence.We’re collaborating with Toshiba Digital Solutions to build AI for mission-critical use cases, such as preventive maintenance, crime prevention, disaster recovery, cyber security, demand prediction and transportation quality improvement.We’re going all in on IoT with a brand new division dedicated to helping our customers maximize their opportunity in the market with services, solutions and financing options. For instance, did you ever think you could make kale taste better and grow at scale in an urban warehouse through the power of analytics? Well, that’s exactly what AeroFarms is doing with our edge computing solutions and VMware at the heart of their IT operation.We’re bringing AI-driven productivity to PC computing with Dell Precision Optimizer that uses machine learning and cognitive technologies to automatically set up the desktop experience based on what it’s learned about the usage of that workstation and the necessary performance. And it learns over time, automatically adjusting every time a user logs in – driving speed in productivity and worker satisfaction.And, we’re changing how often you have to change that laptop battery with machine learning built right into the battery pack, firing up and down based on peak usage hours and activities.Where’s all this going?Dell EMC CTO John Roese recently discussed how AI will do the thinking tasks while we humans can dedicate our brain power to more sophisticated tasks – or even earn ourselves a little more R&R to work better and smarter. We can let the machines multi-task a bit more, and we as humans can start to focus more on how to apply the learnings and data that our machine counterparts present to solve some of the biggest challenges in society – be it a more sustainable way to make plastic and keep it out of the ocean, or how to predict where natural disasters may strike next.Early signs of AI for good is what Pivotal did with their client the Circular Board – together they launched Alice – the first-ever artificial intelligence platform to connect women entrepreneurs in real time with the resources they need to scale based on start-up stage, location, industry, revenue and individual needs. As Alice populates, machine learning will allow her to predict founders’ needs to guide them to referrals, events, mentors and even access to capital.These are just a few of the ways Dell Technologies is driving the AI and machine learning evolution. And we’re just getting started. Every day we are learning new things, and with the help of our machine partners, the opportunities ahead are endless.And this is just the beginning of the conversation – we’ll be talking a lot more about how customers are using AI and machine learning in powerful yet practical ways…and not just from me, but from our CTOs and Fellows (the leading experts on this stuff :)) who are at the forefront of turning artificial intelligence into business and life intelligence.
LIVE TV WE RECOMMEND According to reports, Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos is planning to buy a National Football League (NFL) team and is currently in talks with several current owners. As per a leading US network, Bezos had spent considerable time around owners, including Washington Redskins’ Dan Snyder, and was in the process of moving to Washington.ALSO READ | NFL Inactives Week 10: Check Out The Players Who Missed GamesBezos to buy an NFL team?Bezos who is the richest person on Earth with a reported net worth of $110 billion already owns The Washington Post. He recently witnessed the last Super Bowl from NFL commissioner Roger Goodell’s suite. The report further said on Sunday that there were not any teams on the market, though the Seattle Seahawks was going to be sold at some point after Paul Allen’s death last year. Snyder had been trying to get a state-of-the-art stadium built in Washington, DC, and Bezos could help him build one.ALSO READ | NFL Black Cat That Invaded Pitch Still Evading Capture Inside StadiumThe report elaborated that Bezos moved The Washington Post to a new location after he had purchased the paper was setting up an Amazon hub in the area and some believed it could aid Snyder’s pursuit of a new stadium, perhaps even with an Amazon sponsorship. Amazon also has a partnership with the NFL to stream Thursday Night Football and he may end up buying an NFL team from business’ perspective.The National Football League (NFL) is a professional American football league consisting of 32 teams which are divided equally between the National Football Conference (NFC) and the American Football Conference (AFC). The NFL is one of the four major professional sports leagues in North America and the highest professional level of American football in the world. The NFL’s 17-week regular season runs from early September to late December, with each team playing 16 games and having one bye week.ALSO READ | Arsenal Removes Granit Xhaka As Club Captain; Aubameyang To Lead NowALSO READ | Liverpool Matches Conflict: 2 Similar Past Instances In Premier League COMMENT Written By Jatin Malu 10 months ago Jeff Bezos regains world’s richest man title after momentary snag WATCH US LIVE 9 months ago NFL Inactives Week 10: Check out the players who missed games Last Updated: 12th November, 2019 17:41 IST NFL: Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos Planning To Buy An NFL Team, Says Report NFL: Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos is planning to own a National Football League (NFL) team and is currently in talks with several current owners. 10 months ago Black cat NFL: Dallas vs Cowboys game halted by a cat, wins internet 9 months ago NFL black cat that invaded pitch still evading capture inside stadium First Published: 12th November, 2019 17:41 IST SUBSCRIBE TO US FOLLOW US 10 months ago Prosecutors retry ex-NFL player Winslow on rape charges