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- Hoy estamos de celebración, festejamos el cumpleaños de nuestro líder Senior: Eugenio Pájaro talento importante en nuestro equipo, esperamos que recibas muchas felicitaciones y regalos, que estés en compañía de todos lo que te quieren y sobretodo que seas muy feliz en un día tan importante. ¡Muchos bendiciones! 🥳🎂🍾 #Developer #Senior #LSVteam #Team #Equipo #Software
- The $20,000 AirPods 💥 Los Angeles designer Ian Delucca has customised AirPods with gold and diamonds for a series that “guides us into new relationships with the material world.”
And you can have that relationship with the blinged-out AirPods for $20,000. That’s nothing compared to rapper @champagnepapi. Earlier this year, he paid a jeweler $400,000 to cover his iPhone X case in blue diamonds and white gold.
- "Success is not final; failure is not fatal: It is the courage to continue that counts."
- AWS - Stop Press !
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- A growing chorus of experts agrees #facialrecognition systems must be regulated
On Tuesday, #Oakland became the third U.S. city after #SanFrancisco and the #Boston suburb of Somerville to ban facial recognition use by local government departments, including its police force. The ordinance adopted by the city council, which was written by Oakland’s Privacy Advisory Commission and sponsored by Councilmember Rebecca Kaplan, prohibits the city and its staff from obtaining, retaining, requesting, accessing, or using facial recognition technology or any information gleaned from it.
A September 2018 report revealed that #IBM worked with the New York City Police Department to develop a system that allowed officials to search for people by skin color, hair color, gender, age, and various facial features. Elsewhere, the FBI and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement are reportedly using facial recognition software to sift through millions of driver’s license photos, often without a court order or search warrant. And this past summer, #Amazon seeded Rekognition, a cloud-based image analysis technology, to law enforcement in Orlando, Florida and the Washington County, Oregon Sheriff’s Office. The City of Orlando said this week it discontinued its #Rekognition pilot, citing a lack of necessary equipment or bandwidth. But Washington County used Rekognition to build an app that lets deputies run scanned photos of suspected criminals through a database of 300,000 faces, which the Washington Post claims has “supercharged” police efforts in the state.
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- FAQ: “Was it worth the efforts to get to where you are today?”
Long Answer: Every morning I wake up, without an alarm, at any time I want. I do an hour of yoga, stretching, and recovery/massage at home. I take a relaxing bath and spend a great deal of time grooming- like brushing my hair. Before leaving for work, I throw on comfy clothes, a hat, and a sweatshirt (and of course apply my red lipstick). I walk to work. I get in at whatever time I want. My team is a perfect fit for me and the work I’m doing is exactly what I aspired to do- purely backend software engineering. We even have a private suite which is convenient for babysitting dogs or laughing hysterically without disturbing non-teammates. I pet coworkers’ dogs every day. I eat incredible food prepared by chefs- 3 meals most workdays and unlimited snacks! I take breaks throughout the day to play video games in the arcade or to grab coffee with friends.
To sum it up, I’m living a happy, low stress life. I’m no longer bound by hard deadlines. I’m getting a full night’s sleep nearly every night and exercising every day. I’m working in NYC and living close enough to walk to work. I’m working for a company that I admire and on my favorite app- Maps. I’m living the life I dreamed of living.
Short Answer: Yes, it was worth it.
📸 by @taniahauyon