A US debt explosion funded by Americans, not foreign countries, poses risks to economic growth

Fox News contributor and King’s College economics professor Brian Berenberg reacts to ADP’s November report. The An explosion in US government borrowing For the past 15 years, it has been supported not by lending from China and Japan but by purchases of Treasury notes by US financial institutions, state governments, and other local entities. Experts … Read more

‘It’s like networking on steroids’: Sifted readers share their experiences on startup accelerators

Accelerators are one of the first stops on the journey of many startups. There are now hundreds of such cohort-based programs—which usually offer mentoring and support over a few weeks or months, as well as a potential cash infusion—all over the world. Arguably the most famous accelerator in the world, the American Y Combinator, Counts … Read more

Opinion: Hallelujah moment for iPhone users everywhere

Editor’s note: Jeff Young Director of Research at the Institute for the Future and Head of the Digital Intelligence Lab. A frequent contributor to CNN Opinion, he co-hosts the “They Call Us Bruce” podcast, and he’s a co-author of the new book “RISE: A Pop History of Asian America from the 1990s to the present.” … Read more

As heating costs rise, so does the demand for utilities, firewood, and chimney sweeps in New Hampshire

Such as The high price of home heatingCommunity action agencies and lumber banks are preparing for a tough winter. Southwestern Community Services generally serves about 4,000 customers each year through their fuel assistance program. This year, they received 4,600 applications before the program technically opened Thursday, according to Keith Thibault, chief development officer. “What we’re … Read more

Bank of America sees AI transforming the internet over the next five years – top stocks going mainstream

Artificial intelligence will be a catalyst for big tech stocks in the next five years, according to Bank of America. The sector took a beating in 2022 thanks to macro factors, including inflation and rising interest rates. The heavy Nasdaq Composite is down 25% this year, compared to the S&P 500’s drop of nearly 12%. … Read more

Thailand is betting on 5G smart factories for future growth

Thailand has built a strong manufacturing industry with access to low cost materials and labor in recent decades. But it is through technology that the country hopes to maintain and sustain its comparative advantage. The electronics and automotive industries have been major factors in the growth of Thai manufacturing. Motorcycle enthusiasts know that the famous … Read more

Artificial intelligence, machine learning, and the future of entertainment

Conceptual background of artificial intelligence, humans and e-business in programming … [+] 3d illustration technology element GT With the emergence and unprecedented success in use Artificial intelligence and machine learning Across social media, offering customized video and photo content to their users, the question is quickly emerging as to when it will be positioned in … Read more

ChatGPT Explained: Why OpenAI’s chatbot is so amazing

There’s a new AI robot in town: chat. And you better watch out. The tool, from a powerful AI trigger, allows you to type questions using natural language that a chatbot answers in conversational, if somewhat adaptive, language. The bot remembers your thread of dialogue, using previous questions and answers to inform its next answers. … Read more

Pregnant Blake Lively shows off her bump as she joins husband Ryan Reynolds for a surprise treat

Pregnant Blake Lively showed off her bump as she posed with Ryan Reynolds, Santa, and Mrs. Claus in a festive snap shared on Monday. Reynolds, 46, who is expecting his fourth child with Lively, 35, wore a gray beanie and a blue beanie. He added black leggings and white sneakers to the ensemble. The Age … Read more