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Scams

Rise of the robotexts: As new rules curbed spam calls, texts took off – Cronkite News

Federal regulations aimed at blocking robocalls appear to have had some effect over the past year, but robotexts have skyrocketed in their place, according to a recent report from the Arizona Public Interest Research Group. The PIRG report said the number of phone companies that have installed spam-blocking technology since it was required last year by the

School Safety

Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office and Board Of Supervisors Make Major Move Toward School Safety

The Yavapai County Board of Supervisors approved a contract between the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office and Mutualink School Safety Emergency Alert System, a technology that provides direct communication between schools and law enforcement during an emergency threatening school safety. The system uses a panic button that allows school staff and administrators to alert police to

Technology

How a machine can be a personalized language tutor – NAU

Speaking German to a machine is easy. The machine understanding and correcting you appropriately—that’s a little harder.  Or rather, it’s hard for the machine to parse out a German language learner’s pronunciation. Did you make the small adjustment that an umlaut over a vowel makes? Was there enough phlegm in some of those more guttural

Business

Warren Buffett tells shareholders about spending $51 billion

Photo: A Warren Buffett rubber duck is available during the Berkshire Hathaway 2022 Annual Shareholders Meeting Warren Buffett gave Berkshire Hathaway investors a few details Saturday about how he spent more than $50 billion earlier this year and again reassured them that the company he built will endure long after the 91-year-old billionaire is gone.

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