Day: September 13, 2021

EY announces integration with Polygon protocol and framework on Ethereum scaling solutions

– Offers enterprise users increased transaction volumes with predictable costs – Provides the option to move transactions onto the public Ethereum mainnet – Connects Polygon public, permissionless commit chain into EY flagship blockchain services on LONDON, Sept. 14, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — The EY organization today announced it is using the Polygon protocol and framework […]

Nuance Launches AI-Powered, Cloud-Based PowerScribe One Radiology Reporting Platform and mPower Clinical Analytics in Australia and New Zealand

PowerScribe One enhances reporting quality and efficiency and reduces radiologist fatigue while mPower uses data-driven insights to decrease failed follow-ups and inform practice improvements SYDNEY, Sept. 14, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Nuance Communications, Inc.  (NASDAQ: NUAN) today announced the availability of its AI-powered, cloud-based PowerScribe One radiology reporting platform and mPower Clinical Analytics solutions in Australia and […]

A New Way to Search for Exomoons

We’d love to find another planet like Earth. Not exactly like Earth; that’s kind of ridiculous and probably a little more science fiction than science. But what if we could find one similar enough to Earth to make us wonder? How could we find it? We progress from one planet-finding mission to the next, compiling […]

Vaccination pace slows PH recovery – CEOs

THE country’s Covid-19 vaccination rate is weighing on the economic recovery, CEOs polled by the Management Association of the Philippines (MAP) and Isla Lipana & Co./PwC Philippines (PwC) said. Seventy-six percent of 178 chief executive officers surveyed were of that opinion, results of the PwC MAP 2021 CEO survey showed, with another 68 percent dissatisfied […]

‘PDP-Laban dispute a threat to policymaking’

The ongoing dispute within the ruling Partido Demokratiko Pilipino–Lakas ng Bayan (PDP-Laban party will likely distract the government from policymaking in the near term and threatens the government with disunity, a Fitch Group unit said on Monday. “We at Fitch Solutions view the infighting within the Philippines’ governing PDP-Laban party ahead of 2022 elections as […]

PH shares flat as investors await news

The local bourse opened the trading week flat as investors awaited for the new quarantine measures for the National Capital Region and the economic data releases abroad. The benchmark Philippine Stock Exchange index (PSEi) shed 0.03 percent or 2.37 points to 6,968.14, while the wider All Shares inched up by 0.05 percent or 2.07 points […]

Gross intl reserves hit $108B at end-August

The country’s gross international reserves (GIR) level increased to $108.05 billion at the end of August from $107.15 billion in the previous month, preliminary data from Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) showed. The central bank on Monday attributed the increase in the reserves to the additional allocation of special drawing rights (SDR) to the country […]

Groups see typhoons affecting fish stocks

Fish supply from Taal Lake decreased by 20 percent following the onslaught of typhoons “Jolina” and “Kiko” but industry stakeholders assured Filipino consumers of sufficient fish supply. As a result, farmgate prices of tilapia and bangus (milkfish) have declined. “Let’s say prior to ‘Jolina,’ fish supply in Taal was reduced to 80 percent and we […]

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