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An unnamed worker told the Courier that Amazon was a “poor employer” and that camping was easier and cheaper than traveling 30 miles each way from his home in Perth. His tent disappeared by that afternoon, but two of the other tents—both abandoned—remained.

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You’re effectively being tricked into signing a verbal contract, much the same as clicking ‘I agree’ to terms and conditions online.

Voice signatures like these are legitimately used by companies doing business over the phone, but this is being exploited by scammers who have conned many Americans already

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April is a 15-year-old giraffe who lives at the Animal Adventure Park in Harpursville, near Binghamton in New York state. Her celebrity kicked into high gear on Thursday after YouTube abruptly cut the live stream when what the zoo called “animal rights extremists” alleged a violation of its “nudity and sexual content” policy.

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From a neuroscientist’s perspective, they should learn more from human development. We teach children morality before algebra. When they’re able to behave well in a social situation, we teach them language skills and more complex reasoning. It needs to happen this way round. Even the most sophisticated bomb-sniffing dog is taught to sit first.

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The installation aims to raise questions about issues such as power and mythmaking in Russia over the past century, highlighting the rise of populist politics worldwide. “We are bringing to Venice two icons of the 20th century: Malevich’s black square and Lenin. We want to address the past and question the potency of symbols, which is relevant in the post truth-world,” Sudakova says.

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Following an invitation from the Ruya Foundation, artist Francis Alÿs spent nine days in October and November 2016 embedded with the Kurdish Army, or Peshmerga, on the Mosul front line during their campaign to liberate the second-largest city of Iraq from ISIS. Here, Alÿs shares some of the notes he took during his embedment, as he grappled with questions of the artist’s role in war and the reality of nomadism and terror. The paintings produced in Mosul will be on view at the Iraqi pavilion at the 2017 Venice Biennale, as part of the show “Archaic,” which runs from May 13 through November 26, 2017.

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In the future, Taser CEO Rick Smith said in a live webcast Wednesday, the company wants to expand these capabilities into a kind of AI “personal secretary” for police officers. Such a system would fully automate the collection of data during police encounters, using live voice transcription and image analysis to feed relevant information back to the officer.

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"El mundo del arte puede estar inspirando al último capitalismo, sobre todo en lo que tiene que ver con lo dóciles que somos los productores culturales, que no conocemos sindicatos", señala. "Tampoco ponemos ninguna pega a no tener vacaciones, no tener una jornada laboral reglada, cambiar de domicilio cada poco tiempo y, para colmo, estar dispuestos a ofrecer nuestros conocimientos como capital".

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according to Paoletti, well into the 1920s, there was little consensus on the part of department stores and women’s periodicals as to which color was properly assigned to which gender, and many parents simply gravitated to whatever looked more attractive on their child.

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Public corporations are responding to consumer demand and pressure from Wall Street. Professors Christopher Wright and Daniel Nyberg published Climate Change, Capitalism and Corporations last fall, arguing that businesses are locked in a cycle of exploiting the world's resources in ever more creative ways.

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