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Prison Architect starts expanding Island Bound on June 11th

Paradox Interactive and Double Eleven announced today that Island Bound, a new expansion for Prison Architect, will be released on June 11th for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch and PC. Prison Architect was launched in 2015 and the indie game has managed to attract over 4 million players. The prison simulation game is available for consoles, mobile devices and PCs. …

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Waymos AI uses vectors to predict the behavior of pedestrians, cyclists and drivers

Today, a week after testing on public roads resumed and days after $ 750 million in capital was raised, Waymo has abolished an AI model that it claims is the ability of its driverless systems to control pedestrian behavior, Cyclists, predict, has “significantly” improved. and driver. Called VectorNet, it supposedly delivers more accurate projections and requires less computation compared to …

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Intellivision taps Xbox veteran J Allard as global CEO

Intellivision Entertainment has hired Xbox veteran J Allard as global director. Allard will report to the CEO of Intellivision, Tommy Tallarico, and will perform a variety of operations that are critical to the launch of the company’s retro gaming console, Intellivision Amico, which will be released on October 10 this year (10-10- 20) comes onto the market. The original Intellivision …

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AppLovin acquires Machine Zone and doubles in mobile games

AppLovin will take over Machine Zone, the maker of Game of War: Fire Age and Mobile Strike, as it doubles in mobile games. The terms of the contract have not been announced and the acquisition is subject to regulatory approvals. However, the prize will be very interesting to discover, as Machine Zone has generated $ 5 billion over 310 million …

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Singapore-based intellect wants to lower the obstacles to mental health support in Asia – TechCrunch

Caring about your emotional wellbeing is as important as physical health, but the issue is often stigmatized in Asia. Intellect, a Singapore-based startup, wants to make the mental health idea more accessible with an app that offers self-directed exercises based on cognitive behavior therapy techniques. The company develops consumer and enterprise versions of the app (which employers can offer as …

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Opern’s OPay plans to expand Africa for the Nigerian super app TechCrunch

Operas Africa Fintech Startup OPay remains committed to building a multi-service super app in Nigeria as the basis for expansion on the continent. OPay continues to operate ORide for limited passenger service – although the company is shifting motorcycle hailing operations to logistics companies. These were some of the updates offered by Derrick Nueman of Opera, VP of Investor Relations …

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How companies return to the office – TechCrunch

Months after this global pandemic, many questions remain unanswered as to whether and when companies of all sizes will return to their offices and what it will take to move. The future is so unclear that even people working in the real estate industry don’t have all the answers – even though they’re starting to make educated guesses about what’s …

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