The pre-election predictions of communications professionals surveyed by PRWeek proved to be unanimously – and embarrassingly – wrong. Could every PR executive in the U.S. have been so off, or was this a case of media bias in choosing the “experts?”
On Nov. 8, PRWeek published “They’re with her: PR execs predict a resounding Clinton victory,” in which it reported the pre-election predictions of 22 communications professionals – not one of whom predicted Donald Trump would win the election. Not only were their predictions wrong, they were embarrassingly wrong, with some apparently more influenced by personal opinion than science.
Dependence on Wi-Fi is now so high that 4 out of 10 people would prioritise it over sex, chocolate, or alcohol, a new study has found.
The study, carried out by Wi-Fi connectivity provider iPass and which examined 1,700 professionals across America and Europe, found that 40.2 per cent of people now view WiFi as their number one “human luxury or necessity,” ranking above sex at 36.6 per cent and alcohol at 14.3 per cent.
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Time For Truth: (Breitbart) – Study: People Now Crave Wi-Fi More Than Sex, Chocolate Or Alcohol
As one of the first 100 employees at Google, Ron Dolin worked directly on the indexing and retrieval of information on a massive scale. Before that, he was a physicist working on data acquisition and computer controls at European particle accelerator CERN, where scientists explore the fundamental laws of nature that create and destroy universes. Now the physics and computer science have come together for Dolin in a surprising place: the legal profession. Dolin doesn’t think the traditional structure of the legal universe can survive what’s coming from the world of artificial intelligence.
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Time For Truth: (CNBC) – Can elite law firms survive the rise of artificial intelligence? The jury is still out
In a story from November 12, USA Today writes an article to discredit the idea that the professional activist community is involved with organizing anti-Trump protests. They invite you to meet the protesters. USA today presents them as ordinary people. However, WikiLeaks exposes them as experienced protest organizers and activists.
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Time For Truth: (Zero Hedge) – Anti-Trump Protests: Proof Of Professional Activist Involvement
Overnight protests against the election of Donald Trump as US president turned violent in Portland, Oregon.
About 4,000 demonstrators gathered in the centre of the western city. Some smashed shop and car windows, threw firecrackers and set rubbish alight.
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Time For Truth: (BBC News) – Trump presidency: Protests turn violent in Portland, Oregon