Day: November 12, 2020

Deloitte Survey: Scaling Artificial Intelligence (AI) Across the Life Sciences Value Chain

NEW YORK, Nov. 9, 2020 /PRNewswire/ —

Key takeaways

  • More than 60% of life sciences companies say they spent over $20 million on AI initiatives last year, and more than half expect investments to increase this year.
  • Enhancing existing products and creating new products and services are the top two outcomes life sciences organizations hope to achieve as a result of further investment in AI.
  • Difficulty in identifying the AI business cases with
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GenDyn nabs $9.5B for construction of first 2 Columbia-class subs

Nov. 5 (UPI) — General Dynamics was awarded a $9.5 billion contract modification for the construction and test of the lead and second ships of the Columbia class, the Pentagon announced.

The deal, which modifies a $5 billion contract originally awarded in 2017, exercises an option to test the ships and to provide design and engineering support.

The original contract was for design completion for the Columbia-class ballistic missile submarines, which are meant to replace

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Finance, Tech Billionaires Boost Wealth After Election Wins

(Bloomberg) — Despite lingering uncertainty over the U.S. election, the country’s ultra-rich already have plenty to celebrate.



a person standing in front of a computer: A voter casts a ballot at a polling location in Milwaukee, Wisconsin U.S., on Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2020. Joe Biden pulled to an early lead over Donald Trump after winning a slew of traditionally Democratic states in the eastern U.S., while the president easily won several Republican strongholds in the south and Midwest, according to the Associated Press and networks.


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A voter casts a ballot at a polling location in Milwaukee, Wisconsin U.S., on Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2020. Joe Biden pulled to an early lead over Donald Trump after winning a slew of traditionally Democratic states in the eastern U.S., while the president easily won several Republican strongholds in the south and Midwest, according to the

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Here’s How a Justice Amy Coney Barrett Could Affect Entrepreneurs


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This week, Supreme Court confirmation hearings got underway for Judge Amy Coney Barrett, President Trump’s controversial, last-minute pick to fill Justice Ruth Ginsburg’s seat. Barrett’s pro-life stance and potential willingness to overturn Roe v. Wade has been the main topic of discussion. But where does she stand when it comes to business interests — for big and small companies — and protections for employees? Or contract workers? 

A recent

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