Author name: Adrienne Colon

Adrienne Colon is a writer at In Human News, where she covers sports, education, and tech. She has a soft spot for anything that involves a good story or an underdog—and she's always looking to tell those stories. Adrienne's hobbies include playing basketball and reading about sports history.

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AI-intensive sectors are showing a productivity surge, PwC says

LONDON (Reuters) – The types of business which are most likely to use artificial intelligence are seeing growth in workers’ productivity that is almost five times faster than elsewhere, raising hopes for a boost to the broader economy, accountancy firm PwC said. Productivity in professional and financial services and in information technology grew by 4.3% […]

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Exploring Maryland: What to do and see in ‘Little America’

Maryland, “America in Miniature,” possesses a remarkable array of experiences that attract history buffs, nature lovers, foodies and adventure seekers alike. Although the state is geographically small on the map, Maryland appears expansive due to its diverse landscape and abundance of activities.  With well-known cities like Baltimore and its Inner Harbor, as well as museums,

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Trump Media and Technology Group posts more than $300 million net loss in first public quarter

SARASOTA, Fla. — Trump Media and Technology Group, the owner of former President Donald Trump’s social networking site Truth Social, lost more than $300 million last quarter, according to its first earnings report as a publicly traded company. For the three-month period that ended March 31, the company posted a loss of $327.6 million, which

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Jen Psaki Reveals How She Really Felt About Fox’s Peter Doocy

Jen Psaki might not be President Joe Biden’s press secretary anymore, but there are some memories of the White House Press Briefing Room that you just can’t shake. Almost exactly two years after departing the position and taking up a gig at MSNBC, people are still asking her about her frostiest relationships with the room’s

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Microsoft's AI chatbot will 'recall' everything you do on a PC

REDMOND, Wash. — Microsoft wants laptop users to get so comfortable with its artificial intelligence chatbot that it will remember everything you’re doing on your computer and help figure out what you want to do next. The software giant on Monday revealed a new class of AI-imbued personal computers as it confronts heightened competition from

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Trump Trial Judge Seals the Courtroom to Unleash on MAGA Lawyer

The judge overseeing Donald Trump’s criminal trial in Manhattan suddenly sealed his courtroom on Monday afternoon, kicking all reporters out so he could engage in a brawl with Robert Costello, a MAGA-friendly lawyer who played a key role in the attempted backchannel between Michael Cohen and the Trump White House in 2018. After Costello, a

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SAF Encourages Positive Marketing for Major Floral Holidays

During major floral holidays, many businesses choose to speak negatively about flowers in their marketing campaigns, using email subject lines like “Dump the flowers” and “Skip the Flowers,” or directly comparing their products to flowers in a negative light. As the voice of the floral industry, the Society of American Florists (SAF) responds to these businesses

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EPA warns of increasing cyberattacks on water systems, urges utilities to take immediate action

WASHINGTON — Cyberattacks against water utilities across the country are becoming more frequent and more severe, the Environmental Protection Agency warned Monday as it issued an enforcement alert urging water systems to take immediate actions to protect the nation’s drinking water. About 70% of utilities inspected by federal officials over the last year violated standards

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How cockroaches spread around the globe to become the pest we know today

DALLAS — They’re six-legged, hairy home invaders that just won’t die, no matter how hard you try. Cockroaches are experts at surviving indoors, hiding in kitchen pipes or musty drawers. But they didn’t start out that way. A new study uses genetics to chart cockroaches’ spread across the globe, from humble beginnings in southeast Asia

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