April 14, 2020 Find out more JordanMiddle East – North Africa News Receive email alerts June 15, 2020 Find out more News RSF_en Organisation News JordanMiddle East – North Africa Coronavirus “information heroes” – journalism that saves lives Jordan bans coverage of teachers’ protests July 28, 2011 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Renewed threats against AFP bureau in Amman Reporters Without Borders is extremely concerned about a series of attacks, threats and demonstrations since mid-June targeting the Agence France-Presse bureau in Amman and its chief, Randa Habib.“The protests against AFP in Amman have taken a disturbing turn, with the demonstrators using threats and violence,” Reporters Without Borders said. “Intimidation attempts of this kind, which hamper the work of journalists, are unacceptable. We call on Yehya Saud, the parliamentarian behind the protests, to stop this harassment. And we will hold the government to the pledge it gave today to end the violence against the media.”Saud organized a demonstration yesterday outside the French embassy in Amman to call for the AFP bureau’s closure and Habib’s resignation. The day before, she organized a protest outside the AFP bureau, at which Habib was called a “creator of lies” and the Jordanian prime minister was given 24 hours to have her fired and taken before a military court. Around 10 people tried to force their way into the bureau.In all there have been five demonstrations outside the AFP bureau and the French embassy, as well as repeated direct threats against Habib and attacks on premises. On 15 June, around 10 men forced their way into the AFP bureau and destroyed furniture and equipment. The authorities are investigating but so far with no results.The anger against AFP was triggered by a 13 June report of an attack on the king’s motorcade, which was immediately denied by the government. News Two Jordanian TV journalists arrested after broadcasting criticism of lockdown to go further August 12, 2020 Find out more Follow the news on Jordan Help by sharing this information
Load remaining images After an incredibly successful 2017 for Buffalo-based groove-rock quartet Aqueous, the band returned home to ring in 2018 with a sold out New Year’s Eve bash at Town Ballroom. Sunday night was primed for a party in Buffalo as the city’s beloved Buffalo Bills ended their 17-year playoff draught earlier in the evening. Donning a mix of Bills gear and their NYE best, fans packed into Town Ballroom to celebrate the band’s first headlining show at the historic venue.Aqueous came out of the gates swinging with a four-song first set featuring fan-favorites “Origami” and “The Median”. After setting the tone for the night, the band returned to the stage for their main event: A “Gorillaz-themed” second set that weaved original Aqueous gems with Gorillaz classics.The band welcomed local rapper Dr. Ooo for support on “Clint Eastwood” and, in true Aqueous fashion, a few improvised raps of his own. The highlight of the night was undoubtedly the balloon drop countdown, which featured a raging rock version of “Auld Lange Syne” back into “Warren In The Window”. The remainder of the set saw many Gorillaz favorites including “Last Living Souls”, ”Tomorrow Comes Today”, and an “Empire Ants”>“Feel Good Inc” encore featuring Dr.Ooo.Watch the Aqueous New Year’s countdown > “Auld Lang Syne” > “Warren in the Window” below:Next up for Aqueous is the band’s first voyage on Jam Cruise. Keep an eye out for an upcoming tour announcement and be sure not to miss these rising stars in 2018. For a full list of Aqueous tour dates, head to the band’s website.You can see photos from Aqueous’s hometown New Year’s Eve show below via photographer Zachary TodtenhagenRecap by: Sam HaumesserSETLIST: Aqueous | Town Ballroom | Buffalo, NY | 12/31/17I:OrigamiSecond Sight*Dave’s Song**>The Median^II:M1A1+>Warren In The Window>Clint Eastwood+%>Dr. Ooo Improv I%>Auld Lange Syne>Warren In The WindowDon’t Do It>D.A.R.E+>AldehydeLast Living Souls+>Glitter Freeze+>Kitty Chaser (Explosions)>Tomorrow Comes Today+>Kitty Chaser (Explosions)Encore:Empire Ants+>Feel Good Inc.+%>Dr. Ooo Improv II%>Feel Good Inc.*Let’s Go Buffalo Chant**Little Drummer Boy teases^Dirty Harry (Gorillaz) teases+First time played, GorillazFeaturing Dr. OooAqueous | Town Ballroom | Buffalo, NY | 12/31/17 |
Authorities in Miami are asking for the public’s help in identifying a suspect who reportedly sexually assaulted a woman in her hotel room and pointed a gun at her head.Officials met the victim at Mount Sinai Medical Center Wednesday afternoon where she reported the incident.The woman told authorities that she originally met the man while walking on the beach outside of the Century Hotel where she was staying. The two exchanged numbers and she agreed to meet him at her hotel room to have sex. The woman told authorities that she later changed her mind in the room when he told her he did not have a condom. At that point, the woman told authorities that the man began yelling at her and calling her names before he choked her and sexually assaulted her.The victim says she then went to the restroom to “clean herself off” but did not take a shower and when she returned the suspect had a gun pointed at her head and screaming something she did not understand.Eventually the victim was able to get in touch with a hotel employee. That’s when the suspect ran out of the room still yelling at the victim.The Miami Police Department is currently working with the Broward Sheriff’s Office and the Doral Police Department to find and identify the suspect as he is believed to have committed crimes in their county. Authorities, however, are still asking for the public’s help in identifying the suspect.The suspect who is believed to be between 5 feet 9 inches tall to 5 feet 11 inches tall and between 180 to 190 pounds. He has long dreadlocks, gold teeth and tattoos on both of his arms and was last seen leaving the hotel wearing a dark green T-shirt and light colored pants.If you have any information about this incident you are asked to call Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-8477.
President Trump is expected to call on world leaders to band together against threats posed by Iran in the Middle East and to unite in opposition to what he sees as dangers from other regimes and movements around the globe.President Trump says he’ll talk about growing tensions with Iran when he addresses the United Nations General Assembly this morning.This will be President Trump’s third U.N. address.On Monday, Trump told reporters that aggressive U.S. sanctions are putting great pressure on Iran. He said earlier that Iran is doing very poorly. While the president is meeting with world leaders at the U.N. in New York, another story involving former Vice President Joe Biden his son Hunter and the Ukraine is monopolizing the news cycle.
Private Clubs article titled, “Horseplay” featured our renovations saying, “Can $40 million make an old racetrack glam again? You bet.” Writer, Janice Wald Henderson, seemed to be impressed saying, “Santa Anita Park, about 17 miles northeast of downtown LA in Arcadia, recently completed a snazzy redo, capitalizing on the ravishing art deco design of the original 1934 structure.”Via Private Clubs
An early morning fire on Wednesday at Scottsburg Corriverton, Region Six (East Berbice-Corentyne) has left one person dead and five others homeless.Dead is 85-year-old Stanley Brown of Scottsburg, Corriverton.Stanley Brown and his granddaughter Faydeha King (Miss Earth Guyana 2019) in happier timesBrown, an amputee, was trapped in the upper flat of a two-storey house while his wife, 77-year-old Maurvette Brown, had to jump through a window from the upper flat to escape the flames. The couple’s daughter, Carol Melville, along with her husband and two children – ages 11 and 18 — are also now homeless.The Browns lived on the upper flat while the Melvilles lived on the lower flat of the house.The couple had been married for 56 years.Initial investigation revealed that the fire started in Stanley Brown’s bedroom then spread to his wife’s room.Maurvette told Guyana Times that she heard her husband calling her but she could not get into his room because it was padlocked.Stanley was attacked by bandits several years ago and since then, he kept several padlocks on both the front and back doors of the upper flat. He also kept his room padlocked when he went to bed. All of the windows were also barred, except one which was in Maurvette’s bedroom.The burnt two-storey buildingMaurvette said that after she was alerted about the fire, she could not get to her husband’s bedroom through the door.She said that she begged him to get her the keys but he could not find them at the time. The pensioner explained that she had to break through the wall separating the two rooms in order to get to her husband, who was in danger. She said that by the time she got into the room it was filled with thick smoke.“I throw the water but it couldn’t do anything,” she explained.According to the visibly shaken woman, she was then forced to start taking evasive actions.In an attempt to get Stanley away from the flames, she took him into her room; however, because of the flames, she had to jump to safety but her husband was unable to do the same. His remains were later found in the building.“The heat was too much,” the elderly woman recalled. Having jumped 14 feet to safety, she was taken to the Skeldon Hospital, where she was treated.Meanwhile, 18-year-old Tyreese Smith said he heard his grandfather calling his grandmother and attempted to make his way upstairs but the doors were locked.The teen said that his mother had left a few moments before for a trip to Georgetown while his father had gone to work.“After my mother left, I was on my phone playing because I couldn’t go back to sleep, and then I hear my grandfather calling for my grandmother, ‘Maurvette,’ so, I want to know why he calling for her so early and that I hear my grandmother shouting and I get up and run upstairs and asked them what going on and I try to open the door,” the teen said.He recalled hearing his grandmother shouting for the keys.“So, I run downstairs and go to the back door and then I see the fire coming through the window. I start kicking the door but I could not get it open,” the teen said.He said two neighbours rushed to their assistance, but they too were unsuccessful in getting the door open.“Because the door get so much of locks it not opening and by the time other people come the house was already in a big flame so nobody could not do anything,” he revealed.Meanwhile, as the fire spread throughout the building, neighbours formed a bucket brigade and began socking another house nearby.A unit from the Corriverton Fire Station arrived about 15 minutes after the fire started.It is believed that a lighted candle caused the fire. Reports are at the time of the blaze there was a power outage in the area and Stanley may have lit a candle.Brown was a boiler operator at the Skeldon Sugar Estate.His body is currently at Bailey’s Funeral Home of Number 4 Village, West Coast Berbice awaiting a post-mortem examination.Persons who may wish to get in contact with the family can contact them on telephone number (592) 673-5597.
The island, situated 12km north ofCape Town, is poised to become a leaderin green self-sustainability.(Image: South African Tourism)MEDIA CONTACTS • Derek BatteWorking for Energy+27 10 201 4714 or +27 741 012 938RELATED ARTICLES• Powering towards a green economy• Mandela: a remarkable 92 years• From Liliesleaf to Robben Island• World Heritage in South Africa• SA to produce more solar energyApril McAlisterThe South African National Energy Research Institute (Saneri) and the Department of Energy (DoE) have launched a pilot project aimed at turning Robben Island into a self-sufficient community that runs on green energy.By using a hybrid approach to power generation, the Greening of Robben Island project will reduce the demand on the island’s infrastructures and its dependence on fossil fuels.In 1999 Robben Island was inscribed on Unesco’s list of world heritage sites. As such it holds distinct historical meaning for South Africa and is a popular tourist destination.Initially it served as a training and defence station during the Second World War. Later it was a place of quarantine for those suffering from leprosy, and in 1961 it became a penal colony for political prisoners.Now it is to become the model for self-sustaining communities in South Africa and the Southern African region.In Saneri’s 2009/10 annual report, the organisation’s CEO Kadri Nassiep described the Greening of Robben Island as a flagship project for Saneri, and one that is expected to thrust the island into a position of energy leadership for other South African communities, especially those which have limited or no access to the national grid.Nassiep hopes to be able to reveal some of the technology in time for the 2013 meeting of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change in Cape Town.Renewable energy sourcesThe Robben Island team is investigating the development of micro-hydroelectric, biomass, wind, solar and possibly wave technologies, with a view to rolling them out in other parts of the country where appropriate. The team hopes to begin infrastructure installation during 2011, although the time frame is dependent on funding.Despite an earlier political hiccup which resulted in temporary suspension of the project, it is now going ahead, according to senior manager Derek Batte of the DoE.The project is expected to produce about 600KW from its various energy sources, which will replace the two diesel generators that currently power the island, resulting in an expected monthly saving of around R450 000 (US$64 500).A smart grid, currently in development at the University of Cape Town, will coordinate energy generation from the various sources and manage its distribution. All houses and buildings are to be fitted with energy efficiency technology, including solar water heating.The notorious Western Cape wind will be harnessed not by conventional wind turbines, but by vortex turbines, which, according to an October 2010 Financial Mail report, are smaller, less intrusive and operate without masts and rotors.Hydropower is used for desalination and for the production of energy. Micro-hydropower installations are capable of providing power to a small community and are found around the world. They provide an economical resource without the need to buy fuel and in many instances, complement photovoltaic systems when solar energy is diminished.The clearing of alien vegetation, bush encroachment and certain grasses, as well as household waste, will provide the biomass which in turn will power biogas generation. This takes place in an anaerobic digester and produces a combination of methane and carbon dioxide, which can then be used for heating and cooking, as a fuel source, or to drive an energy-generating turbine.Projects such as these are undertaken in many parts of the world and on different scales. According to Batte, South Africa can play a major role in this development space.A virtual model of the island is available on the Robben Island Museum website and those interested will be able to follow the project’s progress online from April 2011. The website will also provide real-time energy generation figures.Optimal energy consumptionThe Robben Island project falls under the Working for Energy programme, presented by former finance minister Trevor Manuel in his 2008/9 budget vote.This is a joint project involving the DoE and Saneri, a body established in 2004 under the guidance of the Department of Science and Technology and the Department of Energy. Saneri is a subsidiary of the parastatal Central Energy Fund.Starting with a modest budget of R5-million ($717 000) in 2009/10, Working for Energy was developed to use and distribute potential hybrid, renewable and alternative energy technologies in an effort to cut down on fossil fuels, generate more power for South African communities, and reduce associated costs.The project’s budget for 2011/12 is a more substantial R25-million ($3.6-million) and signifies the government’s commitment to developing South Africa’s clean energy industry.It mirrors the successful job creation concept of other environmental initiatives such as Working for Water, Working for Wetlands and Working for Fire. Job creation is sustained through use of labour-intensive practices, helping to boost skills transfer and develop local economies and capacity.
7 May 2014 South Africa’s fifth national and provincial elections were proceeding “smoothly, peacefully and briskly” overall, Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) chief electoral officer Mosotho Moepya reported shortly after 11am on Wednesday morning. “Shortly after the scheduled 7am start of voting, 89% of the 22 263 voting stations had reported opening on schedule,” Moepya told journalists at at the Independendent Electoral Commission’s (IEC’s) central Results Operation Centre in Pretoria. “This had increased to over 95% by 9am as election staff reported in on the system following the opening rush.” He said voting stations that had experienced opening delays were in the process of opening by 11am, attributing the delays in some areas to the late delivery of voting material. Strong winds in George and Atlantis in the Western Cape, and Upington in the Northern Cape, had also damaged tents used as temporary voting stations, causing delays in those places. Moepya said isolated protest action had affected the opening of voting stations in Maruleng in Limpopo, Gugulethu in Springs, Botshabelo in the Free State, eNgcobo in the Eastern Cape and Barcelona in Khayalitsha in the Western Cape. “We also received a report of an accident involving an IEC area manager near Gariep in the Free State. The manager was not severely injured and we wish him a speedy recovery. “We have also had a report of an accident near Barkley West in the Northern Cape in which a party agent died and another was critically injured in an accident on their way to a voting station. We would like to express our condolences to their families,” he said. Moepya thanked residents in areas that had been identified as election “hotspots”, saying voting was proceeding smoothly in these areas. “The Electoral Commission is pleased to report significantly fewer incidents of community protest action affecting the voting process early today, with voting proceeding calmly although quietly in many previously affected areas. “We would like to thank those communities for working with us to allow voting to proceed. This includes Sterkspruit in the Eastern Cape, Bekkersdal in Gauteng, and Malamulele in Limpopo.” Source: SAnews.gov
Related Posts No, that’s not a typo. Analysts at IDC are now forecasting that the Windows Phone mobile operating system will be the number two smartphone platform by 2015. And Android will be number one. “Android is poised to take over as the leading smartphone operating system in 2011 after racing into the number two spot in 2010,” says senior researcher Ramon Llamas. But it’s Nokia’s recent shift from Symbian to Windows Phone that will have the biggest impact on the market going forward, Llamas believes.Android #1, Windows Phone #2By 2015, IDC projects that Windows Phone 7 will have an install base of 20.7% of smartphones, behind Android at 45.4%. iOS will be in third place at 15.3% and RIM’s BlackBerry will be at just 13.7%. Symbian, meanwhile, will have fallen to just 0.2% of smartphones worldwide, IDC says.In the near-term, Android will power 39.5% of smartphones by the end of 2011, while Symbian drops to 20.9% by year-end, IDC says. Apple’s iOS will be at 15.7%, RIM at 14.9% and Windows Mobile/Windows Phone 7 will be at 5.5% in terms of smartphone market share.Overall, the worldwide smartphone market is expected to grow 49.2% in 2011, with smartphone vendors shipping 450 million units this year, up from the 303.4 million units shipped in 2010. The smartphone market will grow more than four times faster than the overall mobile phone markets, notes IDC. Role of Mobile App Analytics In-App Engagement The Rise and Rise of Mobile Payment Technology Why IoT Apps are Eating Device Interfaces Tags:#Microsoft#mobile#news#Trends Are You Buying This?ZDNet’s Matthew Miller hesitates to believe these 3-year forecasts, considering the rapid changes seen in the mobile industry today. “Microsoft and Nokia could break up if things dont work out,” he remarks.Engadget’s Vlad Savov questions the numbers, too, reminding readers that IDC’s forecasts haven’t always been accurate. “While the new prediction sounds very reasonable today, four years of unknown unknowns is a mighty long time to try and forecast,” writes Savov. “We have a feeling we’ll be looking back and chuckling at this within a few short months,” he says.In addition, we have to point out a minor inaccuracy on IDC’s part. “Windows Phone 7” is not what Nokia is calling the OS on its own hardware. “We were deliberate about using just ‘Windows Phone’ so as to not specify any version of that platform,” Nokia PR rep Karen Lachtanski told us recently. “That wording is agreed upon between the two companies.”We suppose that might be splitting hairs when it comes to market share numbers, but we thought it was worth a mention. sarah perez What it Takes to Build a Highly Secure FinTech …
What it Takes to Build a Highly Secure FinTech … Boston has long been associated with beacons and lanterns, and even today the reputation holds. Only now Boston is lighting the way for a new community: tech. Never content to live in the shadows of more significant tech enclaves like Silicon Valley and New York, Boston has returned to its “founding fathers” roots. Today the city has reinvented itself — becoming a magnet for innovative companies and supportive founders who are burning up the status quo. Bright minds: Boston’s serial founders know how to succeed.Boston is full of baseball and universities and history and clam chowder — but it’s also full of another iconic group: serial entrepreneurs. There’s a welcoming group of successful business founders that keep coming back to Beantown to foster entrepreneurship and support for small businesses. Sharon Kan — PepperlaneAmong the premiere founders listed here, is Sharon Kan, CEO, and Co-Founder of Pepperlane. Kan has built four successful startups that were acquired by Oracle, Microsoft, Infor, and Barnes & Noble. Sharon Kan also co-founded WIN, the Women Innovating Now Lab at Babson College in Massachusetts — to help female entrepreneurs start their businesses. The mother of two daughters, Kan founded her current company, Pepperlane, to help mothers turn their skills and ideas into businesses that fit into their lives. “Boston is one of the most active startups and tech markets with incredible talent. Four amazing female entrepreneurs co-founded Pepperlane,” says Kan. “One of the reasons I started Pepperlane in Boston is to showcase the power of female-led companies. With more female CEOs and more mom-entrepreneurs, Boston will be a stronger and more attractive destination for new companies.”Ben Jabbawy — PrivyAnother Boston go-getter is Ben Jabbawy, Founder of Privy. Jabbawy’s passion for entrepreneurship has helped him empower and inspire hundreds of thousands of small to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) for nearly a decade. Today more than 200,000 SMBs use Privy’s highly targeted pop-ups, banners, and bars to grow their email lists and increase online sales. Jabbawy says Boston’s background in cutting-edge technology helps fuel the new business economy: “Boston is the founding hometown of so many companies that have paved the way for small business innovation. So the talent pool here explicitly focused on small business, is second to none. “Combine that expertise with our world-class universities and a strong presence of venture capitalists and angel investors, and you have the backbone of an incredibly supportive, entrepreneurial environment.”Kate Winget — GradifiOne of those trusted leaders is Kate Winget, Chief Sales Officer at Gradifi, a company that helps employers create financial benefits for student loans, refinancing, and college education. An active member of the startup ecosystem, she mentors and advises several early-stage companies in the greater Boston area. Winget also serves as a mentor at Northeastern University. Winget believes the supportive nature of Boston’s tech community is what sets it apart: “The Boston startup scene is competitive, but in the sense that we all push each other to grow and succeed. It’s refreshing, really — like good-natured sibling rivalry.” Illumination station: A global hub for Digital Transformation.Digital transformation has become the hot topic du jour as companies of every stripe embrace a digital future. Today’s businesses are updating their tools and processes with modern technology to meet changing business and market dynamics. That’s digital transformation, in a nutshell, it’s about identifying how you must adapt your business to drive customer loyalty while maintaining a competitive edge. Laurie McCabe — SMB GroupAI and automation, two critical pieces of the digital transformation pie — are fueling growth for businesses of all sizes. Laurie McCabe, Founder, and Partner of Boston’s SMB Group commented that even the smallest of businesses would be wise to take advantage of new tools. McCabe stated that “Cloud business solutions increasingly build these capabilities into their applications, providing an easy on-ramp to take advantage of them. “For instance, businesses can use AI to personalize the customer experience. They can do this while automating manual tasks that take up so much time. Tools like that are thriving in the startup scene here in Boston.”Vishal Sunak — LinkSquaresEvery business is looking for new ways to save time, of course. That’s actually what drives Vishal Sunak, Co-Founder and CEO of LinkSquares. As CEO, he oversees a company developing tools to help corporate legal and finance teams streamline contract reviews. More specifically, they’re creating AI-powered contract and legal document analytics to prevent customers from having to read each contract one by one. “It was amazing to start our company here in Boston with access to a wealth of high-growth companies in the area,” comments Vishal Sunak, CEO of LinkSquares. LinkSquares is taking off locally, while also gaining adoption in other high-growth hubs across the US and Canada. “We’re excited about changing the landscape of legal technology today and in the near future.”Ady Das — MotusJust down the street is Motus, whose technology seeks to help people identify new efficiencies in their work lives. The rising star company has developed mobile workforce management technologies to streamline mileage tracking, mileage reimbursement, delivery rates, fleet management, driver safety solutions, and more. Ady Das, Vice President of Product Management at Motus, says the company is focused on locating inefficiencies and improving them. “When you live in a fast-paced city like Boston, it’s clear that time is everyone’s most precious resource. We created Motus to help businesses and mobile workers streamline their workflows and improve productivity, and that’s a goal we see reinforced by the innovative Boston tech community every day.” Extra time in the day? Sign us up.Courtney Pallotta — ClearSkyAnother Boston storage-as-a-service vendor ClearSky Data, whose outstanding results recently lead to another $20 million funding round in the fall. This round is slated to fuel its expansion. Courtney Pallotta, ClearSky’s VP of Marketing, says the emerging ecosystem around digital transformation and edge computing demonstrates the cloud’s potential to create entirely new tech services that were previously not possible.Says Pallotta, “The rise of edge computing is powering new capabilities to help businesses further optimize their operations. Optimizing contemporary operations means fueling a new wave of companies like ClearSky who are ready to help. It’s part of what makes working in a thriving tech center so exciting.” Progress for Digital TransformationMarie Rosecrans — SalesforceStartups aren’t the only ones reaping the benefits of Boston’s growth. The digital transformation push has been instrumental in luring software giants like Salesforce, too. “Boston has always been a center for innovation and technology, and the recent rise in digital transformation has been inspiring,” says Marie Rosecrans, SVP of SMB Marketing at Salesforce. “It was a no-brainer for Salesforce to strengthen our presence here.” To that end, Salesforce is hosting one of its acclaimed Growth Camp events in Boston on June 5 at District Hall in Boston. Any startup or small business looking for free help, advice, and resources is invited to attend for free. Enlightened community: A brilliant startup ecosystem.And Boston wouldn’t be the thriving tech hotspot it is today without its boisterous and tight-knit startup ecosystem. Just ask Stephanie Roulic, Founder and Lead Organizer at Startup Boston, an all-volunteer team mission-driven to grow Boston’s startup scene. “Boston has everything going for it — the people, the skills, the growth market,” says Roulic. “I may be biased, but in my eyes, there’s no greater place to start a business right now,”Adding some structure is Mass TLC, the largest and most powerful technology association in the region. MassTLC’s mission is to accelerate growth, innovation, and the development of an inclusive tech ecosystem in Massachusetts. Light it up: Boston is a beacon for new technology and startups.Boston has always loved its reputation as an original. Its current status as a unique east coast technology center is no exception. While Boston has always been a stomping ground for universities and big business, tech companies and entrepreneurs have realized there’s a lot to like about the city, community, and culture. Is Boston ready to be the new Tech Town? All signs point to the affirmative. Maybe that free Salesforce Growth Camp conference can help you get in on the action. AI: How it’s Impacting Surveillance Data Storage Deanna RitchieManaging Editor at ReadWrite Follow the Puck Tags:#Boston#Boston Dynamics#digital#mom-entrepreneurs Deanna is the Managing Editor at ReadWrite. Previously she worked as the Editor in Chief for Startup Grind and has over 20+ years of experience in content development. Related Posts Why IoT Apps are Eating Device Interfaces