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It looked like any number of property descriptions you might see online in today’s US housing market. Usually they are written by humans. This one, however, was made up by artificial intelligence. A Canadian startup called Listing AI uses cutting edge AI to quickly produce computer-generated descriptions that, like the one above, can be surprisingly …

Metz Culinary Management thanked all of its on-site catering employees for their efforts to feed children in the area during the COVID-19 pandemic on Friday, National School Lunch Heroes Day. When schools closed last March at the start of the coronavirus pandemic, the first concern of many local districts was not necessarily virtual learning, but …

Need a new home? Just call Arnold Schwarzenegger’s son. Joseph Baena announced that he has embarked on a new career in residential real estate. “I can’t wait to grow and learn from my amazing team @aria_properties, but more to put you in a new home!” Joseph, 23, wrote on Instagram on Monday. Baena said he …

There is a lot of evidence to illustrate why workforce development is essential. Vermont’s job growth rate is below the national average. Colleges have closed with more chances of failing. Employment has declined and not entirely because of COVID. Vermont is the second grayest state in the country and many of our businesses are facing …

Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney reassigned four key leadership positions that took effect April 30, including a new office manager in his hometown of Pittsburgh and three practice group leaders tasked with overseeing teams that have seen a glut new issues in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. The latest management shifts at the company are …

As the world begins to emerge from their homes and return to the market crowd, a familiar sense of normalcy seems near. However, the rubble left by a global pandemic is not yet completely in our past. With unemployment rates still above pre-COVID levels and many small businesses continuing to struggle, it would seem reasonable …

Sitting on a stool several meters from a robot with long arms, Dr Danyal Fer wrapped his fingers around two metal handles near his chest. By moving the handles – up and down, left and right – the robot mimicked every little movement with both arms. Then when he pinched his thumb and forefinger together, …