The Oakland City Council’s Public Safety Committee approved a resolution Tuesday to ban the use of facial recognition technology by the city, including by law enforcement, paving the way for Oakland to become the second major city in the country to do so. … [Read more...] about Oakland committee approves ban on facial recognition surveillance
Golden is one of 27 Democrats from districts Trump carried who have publicly backed impeachment. Only two have publicly come out against it: Reps. Collin PetersonCollin Clark PetersonThe Hill's Morning Report - Dems to lay out impeachment case to senators next week House delivers impeachment articles to Senate Overnight Defense: Foreign policy takes center stage at Democratic debate | House delivers impeachment articles to Senate | Dems vow to force new vote on Trump's border wall MORE (Minn.) and Jeff Van DrewJeff Van DrewHouse revives agenda after impeachment storm Sunday shows preview: Lawmakers gear up for Senate impeachment trial Democratic challenger on Van Drew's party switch: 'He betrayed our community' MORE (N.J.), the latter of whom has hinted at changing his affiliation to Republican. … [Read more...] about Maine Democrat announces he’ll vote for only one article of impeachment against Trump
Or on others! The whole construction industry is based on standardization of practices, so how do you ensure that the craftsmanship and execution come up to your standards?Gehry Technologies. The system we created means that everyone can read off the same 3-D files and see exactly how it has to be done. Instead of the contractors taking our designs and figuring out how to build it — then we have to do change orders if they get it wrong, which costs money — this way we can show them exactly how to build it and stay on budget. When I did my first fish building in Barcelona, the Italian fabricator called and said, “I can’t build this.” Then we sent him the 3-D files and he called back and he said, “Perfetto.” I’ll never forget it. … [Read more...] about In Conversation: Frank Gehry
That sentiment is especially significant in a state where about 3 in 5 Democratic voters in the presidential primary four years ago were African Americans. Steyer’s aggressive spending here and in Nevada bought enough support in state polls to allow the former hedge-fund manager to qualify for last week’s nationally televised Democratic debate, much to the annoyance of some rivals and a chorus on social media. … [Read more...] about Does Tom Steyer have real momentum or just a ton of money?
The company claims the product takes 65 percent less water to produce than real egg counterparts and emits 24 percent fewer greenhouse gases. That’s a reason Bon Appetit Management Co., which runs cafeterias at companies, universities and museums, is considering using the product instead of hen eggs in certain dishes. A test of the Just Scramble patties at the University of California at San Francisco this year went well, said company spokeswoman Bonnie Powell. … [Read more...] about Hampton Creek wants to scramble the egg industry with new plant-based product