Government Holden Honors Pasadena Holocaust Survivor at Capitol Ceremony Published on Monday, April 13, 2015 | 3:16 pm Home of the Week: Unique Pasadena Home Located on Madeline Drive, Pasadena Assemblymember Chris Holden and Holocaust honoree, Ike Langholz of Pasadena.In a moving ceremony today at the State Capitol, Assemblymember Chris Holden (D-Pasadena) recently honored Holocaust survivor Ike Langholz of Pasadena whose nightmarish journey through the Nazi occupation of Poland was recounted on the Assembly floor as part of Holocaust Remembrance Week.“I am honored to be able to share Ike Langholz’ story of survival in the face of incredible pain and suffering at the hands of the Nazis,” said Assemblymember Holden. “Ike lived through extreme persecution and horrific experiences during this agonizing dark history. The number of survivors is dwindling, so we are here today to raise awareness of these dark events and honor Ike for his courage and his willingness to tell his story.”Ike’s story begins as 8-yer-old along the Poland/Ukraine border. Following the Nazi conquest of Poland in 1939, any sense of normalcy became impossible. Jews were beaten and forced to work in labor camps or killed simply because they were Jews.Three of Ike’s six brothers and sisters, as well as his mother, grandmother, and other family members were killed by the Nazi SS. Ike and his brother Sam ran away from the labor camp where they had been forced to work as slave labor and hid in the woods, surviving on potatoes and sugar beets and their own skills.With the liberation of the camps by Russian troops in the waning days of World War II, Ike and his brother, two sisters and their father made their way to a displaced persons camp in Germany. There he learned a trade as an electrician and said he “learned to be human again”.Ike and his brother arrived in Pasadena in 1951 and soon got jobs and later owned a small retail business. He married Faye Chason and they have four children and six grandchildren.The now 88-year-old survivor looks back on those years and says it is important to remember:“For decades I was silent, but I and other survivors have an important story to tell so that no child will have to deal with the hatred and violence that my family experienced.” First Heatwave Expected Next Week faithfernandez More » ShareTweetShare on Google+Pin on PinterestSend with WhatsApp,Virtual Schools PasadenaHomes Solve Community/Gov/Pub SafetyPasadena Public WorksPasadena Water and PowerPASADENA EVENTS & ACTIVITIES CALENDARClick here for Movie Showtimes Community News Name (required) Mail (required) (not be published) Website Get our daily Pasadena newspaper in your email box. Free.Get all the latest Pasadena news, more than 10 fresh stories daily, 7 days a week at 7 a.m. Make a comment Top of the News HerbeautyWant To Seriously Cut On Sugar? You Need To Know A Few TricksHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyGet Rid Of Unwanted Body Fat By Eating The Right FoodsHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyHe Is Totally In Love With You If He Does These 7 ThingsHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty10 Most Influential Women In HistoryHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty6 Strong Female TV Characters Who Deserve To Have A SpinoffHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty5 Things To Avoid If You Want To Have Whiter TeethHerbeautyHerbeauty Pasadena’s ‘626 Day’ Aims to Celebrate City, Boost Local Economy Pasadena Will Allow Vaccinated People to Go Without Masks in Most Settings Starting on Tuesday Subscribe More Cool Stuff EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENT | FOOD & DRINK | THE ARTS | REAL ESTATE | HOME & GARDEN | WELLNESS | SOCIAL SCENE | GETAWAYS | PARENTS & KIDS 4 recommended0 commentsShareShareTweetSharePin it Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Business News Community News
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Twitter TAGS By Digital AIM Web Support – February 3, 2021 Facebook LONDON, Vereinigtes Königreich–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feb 3, 2021– Die weltweit erste Kausale-KI-Plattform, die von dem Deep Tech Scale Up causaLens entwickelte wurde, wird von Finanzdienstleistern genutzt (darunter Aviva Investors, 2IQ, TIAA, CLS Group sowie eine Vielzahl prominenter Hedgefonds), um automatisch wertvolle kausale Erkenntnisse aus Finanzdaten zu extrahieren und die Profitabilität ihrer Handelsstrategien zu steigern. Diese Pressemitteilung enthält multimediale Inhalte. Die vollständige Mitteilung hier ansehen: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210203005833/de/ causaLens’ new website (Photo: Business Wire) Die Finanzdienstleistungsbranche ist darauf angewiesen, die wahren Treiber dynamischer Märkte zu verstehen. Doch können die aktuellen KI-Systeme nur Korrelationen erkennen. Diese Kurvenanpassungen generierenden Maschinen sind nicht skalierbar, erfordern teure und nur schwer zusammenstellbare Teams von Datenwissenschaftlern, bieten nur eine begrenzte Erklärbarkeit und funktionieren letztlich nicht gut für die Finanzmärkte. Causal AI (kausale KI) ist eine völlig neue Art des maschinellen Lernens (ML), die uns einen Schritt näher bringt zu wirklich intelligenten Maschinen. Sie kann Ursache und Wirkung verstehen, intuitiv menschliches Wissen einbeziehen, optimale Interventionen entwerfen und sich kontrafaktische Szenarien vorstellen – all das hilft bei der Strategie- und Entscheidungsfindung. Darüber hinaus zeigt sie eine überlegene Leistung bei konventionellen Prognoseaufgaben, da sie sich nachweislich dreimal schneller an neue Marktbedingungen anpasst als aktuelle ML-Technologie. Michael Grady, Head of Investment Strategy und Chief Economist bei Aviva Investors, erläutert die Zusammenarbeit der Vermögensverwaltung mit causaLens: „Causal AI (kausale KI) spielt eine immer wichtigere Rolle bei unserer Anlageanalyse. Sie versetzt unsere Strategen und Portfoliomanager in die Lage, Alpha zu generieren, indem sie neue kausale Zusammenhänge in Wirtschafts-, Finanz- und alternativen Daten identifizieren – mit ausgefeilten, adaptiven und erklärbaren Modellen, die nicht unter Überanpassung leiden.“ Masami Johnston, Head of Information Services bei CLS Group, erklärte: „Mit Causal AI (kausale KI) können wir signifikante und unerwartete Veränderungen von Schlüsselfaktoren im Zusammenhang mit den Devisenmärkten identifizieren, wodurch wir rasch auf Marktbedingungen reagieren und Anlagestrategien verbessern können.“ Darko Matovski, CEO und Mitbegründer von causaLens kommentierte: „Wir haben im Jahr 2017 Pionierarbeit im Bereich automatisiertes maschinelles Lernen (AutoML) für Zeitreihendaten geleistet und haben unseren Kunden einen immensen Mehrwert in Bezug auf Leistung und Kosteneinsparungen gebracht. Wir sind stolz darauf, nun die nächste Stufe der Intelligenz auf den Markt gebracht zu haben. Mit Counterfactual und Interventional Reasoning, einzigartige Merkmale von Causal AI (kausale KI), erreichen unsere Kunden, ein höheres Maß an Automatisierung und Intelligenz, als dies bisher möglich war, was zu einem höheren ROI führt. Zudem haben wir unser Angebot über Zeitreihendaten hinaus erweitert.“ Weitere Anwendungsfälle, Whitepapers und Demonstrationen von Causal AI finden Sie auf der neuen causaLens-Website. Die Ausgangssprache, in der der Originaltext veröffentlicht wird, ist die offizielle und autorisierte Version. Übersetzungen werden zur besseren Verständigung mitgeliefert. Nur die Sprachversion, die im Original veröffentlicht wurde, ist rechtsgültig. Gleichen Sie deshalb Übersetzungen mit der originalen Sprachversion der Veröffentlichung ab. Originalversion auf businesswire.com ansehen:https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210203005833/de/ CONTACT: Alejandro Ortega Ancel [email protected] KEYWORD: UNITED KINGDOM EUROPE INDUSTRY KEYWORD: FINANCE DATA MANAGEMENT PROFESSIONAL SERVICES TECHNOLOGY SOFTWARE SOURCE: causaLens Copyright Business Wire 2021. PUB: 02/03/2021 01:31 PM/DISC: 02/03/2021 01:30 PM http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210203005833/de Facebook WhatsApp Twitter Große Finanzunternehmen setzen die bahnbrechende Kausale-KI-Plattform von causaLens ein, um wichtige kausale Erkenntnisse zu erlangen und profitablere Handelsstrategien zu generieren Local NewsBusiness Pinterest Pinterest WhatsApp Previous articleNo longer old ‘Shady,’ Bucs’ McCoy has shot at Super repeatNext articleInterSystems Recognized As Best in KLAS in Acute Care EMR and Interoperability Platform Categories Digital AIM Web Support
Breonna Taylor FamilyBy EMILY SHAPIRO, CHRISTINA CARREGA and MARK OSBORNE, ABC News(LOUISVILLE, Ky.) — The Louisville, Kentucky, Metro Council unanimously passed Breonna’s Law — named in honor of police-shooting victim Breonna Taylor — on Thursday evening, outlawing “no-knock” warrants and requiring body cameras be turned on before and after every search.Taylor, a 26-year-old black woman, was shot by Louisville police when they executed a no-knock warrant while she slept in her home on March 13.The shooting took place when the home Taylor, a front-line health care worker, shared with her boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, was raided by three plainclothes officers. Police said the no-knock warrant was related to drugs.A standing ovation broke out on the council after the 26-0 vote Thursday. A crowd outside also applauded the decision.“I’m proud to be a Louisvillian. This is probably the proudest moment I have had as a member of this council. So, it’s a good day to be a Louisvillain. The entire world is watching us,” District 1 Councilwoman Jessica Green told Louisville ABC affiliate WHAS-TV after the vote.Taylor’s mother, Tamika Palmer, was elated after the vote.“I know if Breonna was here today, she’d be looking down thinking I’m making history,” Palmer said following the council meeting. “She just really cared about saving lives and so she’ll get to continue to do that with Breonna’s law. I know she’d be blessed. I’m blessed. I’m happy. It’s a start.”The officers involved in the shooting were not wearing body cameras, although others in the department wore them. With the passing of Breonna’s Law, police officers are now subject to punishment if they do not turn on body cameras five minutes before and after searches.The detective who applied for the no-knock warrant that resulted in the police death of Breonna Taylor has now been reassigned, authorities said late Wednesday.Walker, 27, called 911 as shots rang out, and bullets were exchanged between the officers and Walker, a licensed gun owner, according to Sam Aguiar, an attorney for Taylor’s family.“Questions have been raised … about how and why the search warrant was approved,” Louisville Metro acting Police Chief Robert Schroeder said at a news conference Wednesday. “As a result of those questions, I have placed Detective Joshua Jaynes, who applied for the warrant, on administrative reassignment until those questions can be answered.”No charges have been filed in connection with Taylor’s death.The officers who responded that night were previously reassigned. Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.
City Market, Burlington’s only community-owned grocery store, is officially powered by the sun. After a year of planning and a few weather delays, the installation of 136 solar panels on the Co-op’s roof is completed. The project will generate 31 kilowatts of power which will help the Co-op to reduce its reliance on fossil fuels by at least three percent.The Co-op’s monthly bill from the Burlington Electric Department (BED) is approximately $17,000. Freezer and refrigeration units that run continuously use a lot of energy. The solar project is just one piece in the Co-op’s commitment to energy efficiency and green building practices. “We have been working on many different projects to improve our energy efficiency and the solar power project is one of the largest and most impactful,” said Pat Burns, City Market Operations Manager. “We will be generating enough electrical energy to power six Burlington homes for a year.”City Market worked with Vermont-based groSolar on the project installation. “We’re excited that a high-profile shopping destination like City Market has made this commitment to a clean-energy future,” said groSolar CEO Jeff Wolfe. “The combination of drastically reduced prices and strong government incentives made this project a smart move for City Market. We’re optimistic because we see many more homeowners and businesses taking advantage of the opportunity solar power offers for long-term energy security, financial savings and protection of our most precious resource: our planet.”The total cost of the project is $187,912 but City Market is paying just over $93,000. Thanks to a $53,900 grant from the Vermont Clean Energy Development Fund and the Co-op’s eligibility for a $40,204 federal tax credit the out-of-pocket costs were greatly reduced.“Once we looked at the numbers and realized we’ll recoup our up-front costs in less than five years, we knew this investment would bring a strong financial return for our members,” said Clem Nilan, General Manager of City Market. “But this is a business decision that also has tangible social and environmental benefits. One of the central tenets of our mission is to make a difference in the lives of consumers. By reducing our carbon footprint and supporting the local green economy with groSolar, we know we’re doing something worthwhile for the community as well.”A ribbon-cutting ceremony is planned for Friday, March 12 at 2:00 p.m. at City Market. Representatives from City Market, groSolar, Senator Bernie Sanders, and Mayor Bob Kiss plan to attend. In addition, City Market and groSolar are teaming up to offer a series of free workshops called Solar Made Simple to educate people on solar energy and its use in residential applications. The next workshop is scheduled for March 23 at 6:00 p.m.About City Market/Onion River Co-opThe Onion River Co-op is a consumer cooperative, with over 5,000 members, selling wholesome food and other products while building a vibrant, empowered community and a healthier world, all in a sustainable manner. Located in downtown Burlington, City Market provides the area’s largest selection of local, natural and conventional foods, and over 1,600 Vermont-made products. Visit City Market/Onion River Co-op online at www.CityMarket.coop(link is external) or call 802-861-9700.About groSolargroSolar is North America’s premier distributor, installer and integrator of solar energy solutions for residential and commercial installations. Founded in 1998, groSolar is the largest 100 percent U.S.-owned installation and distribution company in the solar industry. The company has offices and warehouses across the US, distributing solar electric and solar hot water systems from offices in VT, NJ, NY, CT, MA, MD, DE, PA, and CA. groSolar integrates components from leading solar manufacturers including Canadian Solar, Motech, Heliodyne, SMA, Fronius, and UniRac into simple solar energy solutions for customers that generate clean, reliable energy for decades. groSolar is a mission-driven company dedicated to providing high quality solar energy solutions and whole energy appreciation. groSolar’s venture capital investors include NGP Energy Technology Partners, SJF Ventures, and Calvert Social Investment Fund. Learn more at groSolar.com or call 800.374.4494.Source: City Market. March 8, 2010
Super Bowl commercials have always been iconic. Many non-football fans watch the game just for the ads, but getting a spot on the biggest Sunday of the year isn’t cheap. The Super Bowl (and its halftime show) is consistently the most-watched program on television in the United States, with well over 100 million people expected to tune into the 2019 broadcast in the United States, so it’s no surprise it costs a lot to secure coveted airtime, even if it is just for a few seconds. Super Bowl commercial price historySuper BowlYearAverage costLII2018$5,050,000LI2017$5,050,000502016$4,800,000XLIX2015$4,400,000XLVIII2014$4,200,000XLVII2013$4,000,000XLVI2012$3,500,000XLV2011$3,100,000XLIV2010$2,974,000XLIII2009$3,000,000XLII2008$2,700,000XLI2007$2,385,000XL2006$2,500,000XXXIX2005$2,400,000XXXVIII2004$2,302,000XXXVII2003$2,150,000XXXVI2002$2,200,000XXXV2001$2,200,000XXXIV2000$2,100,000XXXIII1999$1,600,000XXXII1998$1,292,000XXXI1997$1,200,000XXX1996$1,085,000XXIX1995$1,150,000XXVIII1994$900,000XXVII1993$850,000XXVI1992$800,000XXV1991$800,000XXIV1990$700,000XXIII1989$675,000XXII1988$600,000XXI1987$575,000XX1986$550,000XIX1985$500,000XVIII1984$450,000XVII1983$400,000XVI1982$345,000XV1981$324,300XIV1980$275,000XIII1979$220,000XII1978$185,000XI1977$162,000X1976$125,000IX1975$110,000VIII1974$107,000VII1973$103,500VI1972$86,000V1971$72,000IV1970$78,200III1969$67,500II1968$54,000I1967$42,000Average cost for 30-second commercial and estimated total in-game TV ad spending since first Super Bowl in 1967 (Source: AdAge.com)Average commercial cost for the World SeriesTo show just how costly Super Bowl commercial spots are, SN compared the 2016 Super Bowl commercial cost to the 2016 World Series Game 7 commercial cost. In 2016, a 30-second commercial during World Series Game 7 cost an average of $674,000. Average commercial cost for the NBA FinalsIn 2018, the average commercial cost for Game 5 of the NBA Finals was $751,000. In the last decade alone, commercial prices for the Super Bowl have nearly doubled from the $2.4 million cost in 2007. This year, major brands like Budweiser and Pepsi spent more than ever before. CBS, the game’s rights holder, is charging a record $5.25 million on average for a 30-second spot during the game between the Rams and Patriots.MORE: How will ‘Romostradamus’ do in Super Bowl 53?Those figures far exceed the price of ads for other major sporting events such as an NBA Finals game or the World Series. Here’s everything to know about Super Bowl commercial costs in 2019. You can watch sneak previews of the best ads so far with our guide here.How much does a Super Bowl commercial cost in 2019?CBS is charging between $5.1 and $5.3 million for a 30-second commercial spot, according to Variety — the most expensive they’ve ever been.How much was a Super Bowl commercial in 2018?Last year, Super Bowl 52 featuring the Patriots and Eagles averaged 103.4 million viewers in the United States, according to Nielson ratings — a decline of 7 percent from 2017. The 2018 Super Bowl averaged a cost of $5.05 million for a 30-second commercial.MORE: Super Bowl logo has become ‘corporate, soulless’ like ‘NFL itself’How long are Super Bowl commercials?Super Bowl commercials are typically 30 seconds, but one-minute slots are also available. Those are rare, though.How many minutes of commercials are in the Super Bowl?Super Bowl 51 in 2017 featured 102 total commercials, according to Statista.com. That adds up to 51 minutes, 30 seconds of advertising. First Super Bowl commercial costA commercial during the first Super Bowl, played in 1967 between the Packers and the Chiefs, cost “only” $42,000. MORE: Top 10 Super Bowls of all time