San Jose faces Detroit in 3-game road skid

San Jose Sharks (17-15-1, sixth in the Pacific) vs. Detroit Red Wings (15-15-3, fifth in the Atlantic) Detroit; Tuesday, 7:30 p.m. EST BOTTOM LINE: San Jose travels to Detroit in a bid to end their three-game road slide. The Red Wings are 11-5-2 at home. Detroit ranks 10th in the …

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AIMMO pockets $ 12 million from Series A to advance data labeling technology – TechCrunch

Most artificial intelligence models are driven by supervised learning, which means humans have to label the raw data. Data labeling is an essential part of the automation of the artificial intelligence and machine learning model, but at the same time, it can be a long and tedious job. A Korean …

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‘Gaylapalooza’ Celebrates Local LGBTQ + Community Center – The Mercury News

The Silicon Valley / San Francisco LGBTQ Employee Resource Group Alliance ‘Gaylapaloza’ fundraiser returns live and in person, taking place on Sunday January 9 at the Hammer Theater in downtown San Jose. The event began over a decade ago as an effort of last resort to raise funds for a …

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Much like traditional financial institutions and institutions that are online monetary loan providers provide label financing.

Much like traditional financial institutions and institutions that are online monetary loan providers provide label financing. Many customers who are faced with an immediate price, trouble, or other financial crisis look for temporary installment financial loans as a reliable financial answer. Payday loans tend to be a sort of range …

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No vacation discounts at Bay Area real estate

Bay Area homebuyers haven’t found any Black Friday promotions this holiday season, as prices soared 17% in November, marking another rapid increase in a record year. The boom continued across the region, led by rising median single-family home prices in San Mateo County (up 23% from the previous year to …

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Low-key New Years Eve celebrations in San Francisco after NYE fireworks show canceled for 2nd year

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) – As the Bay Area prepares to celebrate the end of 2021, New Years celebrations in San Francisco have been unusually quiet. Normally the Embarcadero would be packed with people. But after the city canceled its fireworks display for the second year in a row, many have …

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Trends in Capital Formation: SEC OASB Annual Report | Mayer Brown Free Writings + Perspectives

[co-authors: Carlos Juarez, Marc Leong] The SEC’s Office of the Advocate for Small Business Capital Formation (“OASB”) recently released its Annual report 2021 (the “Report”), which reviews the capital raising activities of a variety of businesses, from startups and emerging companies to small public enterprises. The OASB, in collaboration with the …

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Silicon Valley tech giants for antitrust law and …

In a year of even bigger privacy and data breach scandals, it was easy to miss a major lawsuit in late November in London. With Boris the Jester hitting the headlines, many didn’t notice the UK competition watchdog ordered Facebook to sell Giphy, the GIF-making website he bought for $ …

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Bay Area Schools Hold On With In-Person Plans As Omicron Rises And Parents Worried

Bay Area students will return to schools starting Monday after spending two weeks with family and friends or even traveling to other states and countries just as the omicron wave hits California. The combination of a huge increase in COVID-19 cases and exposure during the holidays has left families and …

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Sierra Highways open, but stay away: Caltrans

CALIFORNIA – After a week of storms, northern California is drying out, according to the National Weather Service. While the rain and snow have shifted, cold temperatures remain with daytime highs predicted in the 1950s and nightly lows in the 1930s in most areas. Caltrans has reopened the Bay Area’s …

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