Three Iraqi refugees living in Virginia were arrested on Tuesday and charged with immigration fraud for allegedly attempting to obtain naturalization as U.S. citizens in a manner contrary to law, the Justice Department said.
Digital health platform Cognoa has raised $11.6 million from existing investor Morningside, taking the company’s total funding to more than $20 million since its inception in 2013.
Palo Alto, Calif.-based Cognoa helps parents concerned about their kids’ development through a screening and support platform that makes it easier to spot developmental delays such as might appear with autism. Combining machine learning with patients’ own recorded reports (patient-reported outcomes – PROs), Cognoa promises earlier diagnosis, which in turn enables more effective medical interv...more
(Reuters) — Taiwan-based electronics manufacturer Quanta Computer Inc has acknowledged that its name was used as part of an email fraud scheme that bilked two U.S.-based internet companies out of more than $100 million.
U.S. prosecutors last week indicted a Lithuanian man, Evaldas Rimasauskas, for the fraud.
He was arrested this month in Lithuania at the request of U.S. authorities and is currently in jail there.
Rimasauskas’ alleged scheme involved sending emails to employees of the two unnamed companies asking them to wire money that they actually owed to the Asian hardware vendo...more
An extended version of the new Fargo Season 3 trailer has arrived. Titled "Trapped," the video dives deeper into the story that focuses on the two characters that actor Ewan McGregor plays. These characters include Ray and Emmit Stussy. Emmit is the "Parking Lot King of Minnesota," while Ray is a balding, struggling parole officer. He lives with a "huge chip on his shoulder about the hand he's been dealt--and he blames his brother," according to the official synopsis from Collider. Let’s start from the beginning. Watch the EXTENDED TRAILER for #Fargo’s all new story. Premieres Apri...more
GUEST: From the dawn of the information age, computers have helped us accelerate our understanding of business performance and opportunities for improvements. We rely on them to tackle the routine, yet often complex, calculations underlying our most important metrics: revenue, growth, costs, and customers. The catch? In order to effectively communicate with machines, we have been forced to learn their language — hence the explosion of software engineers, IT professionals, data analysts, and most recently, data scientists.
But imagine a new world where a human language interface could be ...more