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  • SAMSUNG ANNOUNCES COMMITMENT TO INTERNET OF THINGS AT CES 2018

    Las Vegas, NV/FPSnewswire -- Tim Baxter, president and CEO of Samsung Electronics North America, announces at CES 2018 in Las Vegas the company’s commitment to accelerating Internet of Things (IoT) adoption and making all Samsung connected devices intelligent by 2020. (Feature Photo Service)
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    Website: http://www.samsung.com/us//
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  • FIRST EVER AVID HOTEL BREAKS GROUND IN OKLAHOMA CITY

    Oklahoma City, OK/FPSnewswire -- Champion Hotels CEO Champ Patel breaks ground on IHG’s first-ever avid hotels property in Oklahoma City, OK on December 6, 2017. Since launching avid hotels in September, more than 100 franchise applications have been received, including 34 which have already been converted to signed deals for avid hotels locations across the U.S. (Feature Photo Service)
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    Source: IHG
    Website: https://www.ihg.com
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  • MIT-IBM WATSON AI LAB UNVEIL THE MOMENTS IN TIME DATASET

    Long Beach, CA/FPSnewswire -- At the Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems (NIPS) 2017 in Long Beach, California, a team of scientists from the MIT-IBM Watson AI Lab unveiled the Moments in Time Dataset, a large scale, human-annotated dataset of one million, three-second video clips for action recognition created to accelerate the development of AI technologies and models that enable automatic understanding of video content. Led by MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory Principal Research Scientist, Dr. Aude Oliva, right and IBM Research Scientist, Dr. Dan Gutfreund, the team created the Moments in Time Dataset to encourage advances in video comprehension that will impact multiple industries and applications, such as helping self-driving cars navigate their environment, enabling automatic creation of movie trailers and sports highlights, and assisting the visually impaired with video narration. (Feature Photo Service)
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    Source: IBM
    Website: https://ibm.co/2ixp7xE
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  • GIVING TUESDAY IN SUPPORT OF ACTION FOR HEALTHY KIDS

    Aurora, IL/FPSnewswire -- Sophomore Laura Lopez grabs school breakfast from one of East Aurora High School’s Grab and Go kiosks. The kiosks, which help expand student access to school breakfast, were made possible through a grant from Action for Healthy Kids and Kellogg’s, who visited the school today to kick off Giving Tuesday in support of Action for Healthy Kids. www.actionforhealthykids.org (Feature Photo Service)
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    Source: Action for Healthy Kids
    Website: https://donate.actionforhealthykids.org/GivingTuesday2017
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  • GIVING TUESDAY IN SUPPORT OF ACTION FOR HEALTHY KIDS

    Aurora, IL/FPSnewswire --Seniors Jacky Cabrera and Carolina Herrera sample clementines during a healthy foods taste test conducted today at East Aurora High School. The sampling was part of a visit from Action for Healthy Kids and Kellogg’s, who provided a grant to help the school implement a Grab and Go program to expand student access to school breakfast. The event kicked off Giving Tuesday in support of Action for Healthy Kids. www.actionforhealthykids.org (Feature Photo Service)
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    Website: https://donate.actionforhealthykids.org/GivingTuesday2017
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  • IBM BRINGS CLOUD-NATIVE ENVIRONMENTS TO PRIVATE CLOUDS

    IBM announced IBM Cloud Private, a new software platform using open source container technology to help unlock billions of dollars in core data and applications built on enterprise software like WebSphere and Db2 and extend cloud-native tools across public and private clouds.
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    Armonk, NY/FPSnewswire -- Software engineers Shibani Raikar, left and Brad Hoover test IBM Cloud Private automation software in the IBM Cloud Innovation Lab in Austin, TX. On Weds., November 1, 2017, IBM announced IBM Cloud Private, a new software platform using open source container technology to help unlock billions of dollars in core data and applications built on enterprise software like WebSphere and Db2 and extend cloud-native tools across public and private clouds. (Feature Photo Service)

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  • SERENA WILLIAMS PURPLE PURSE CHALLENGE

    Tennis champion, philanthropist and Allstate Foundation Purple Purse program ambassador Serena Williams sports a purple purse she designed to raise awareness and funds to help domestic violence nonprofits provide survivors with services such as childcare and emergency shelter.
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    Chicago, Ill/FPSnewswire -- Tennis champion, philanthropist and Allstate Foundation Purple Purse program ambassador Serena Williams sports a purple purse she designed to raise awareness and funds to help domestic violence nonprofits provide survivors with services such as childcare and emergency shelter. During the Purple Purse Challenge, which supports 220+ nonprofits nationwide and coincides with National Domestic Violence Awareness Month, every $10 donation through October 31 is an entry to win a Williams-designed purse. The public can support survivors at PurplePurse.com. (Serena Williams/Allstate Foundation Purple Purse via Feature Photo Service)

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  • INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION GALA HONOREES

    The Institute of International Education’s Gala on Monday, October 16, 2017 in New York City honored Vartan Gregorian, president of Carnegie Corporation of New York, for his lifelong commitment to philanthropy and education, and Scott Powell, CEO of Santander US, for providing educational opportunities to students with financial need
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    New York, NY/FPSnewswire --The Institute of International Education’s Gala on Monday, October 16, 2017 in New York City honored Vartan Gregorian, president of Carnegie Corporation of New York, for his lifelong commitment to philanthropy and education, and Scott Powell, CEO of Santander US, for providing educational opportunities to students with financial need. IIE presented Global Changemaker Awards to two recipients of IIE’s Emergency Student Fund and Scholar Rescue Fund fellowships for their work to help countries in crisis through education and cultural preservation. (www.iie.org) Pictured L-R: IIE president Allan Goodman, Vartan Gregorian, Alyson Grunder, Senior Bureau Official at the State Department’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, and Scott Powell. (Feature Photo Service) 

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    Source: The Institute of International Education
    Website: https://www.iie.org/en/Why-IIE/Announcements/2017-10-16-Gala-Honors-Santander-US-Vartan-Gregorian-Global-Changemakers
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  • MORE TASTE, LESS WASTE

    In partnership with the James Beard Foundation, Quaker launched “More Taste, Less Waste” at James Beard House in New York City on Tuesday, September 26, 2017.
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    New York, NY/FPSnewswire-- In partnership with the James Beard Foundation, Quaker launched “More Taste, Less Waste” at James Beard House in New York City on Tuesday, September 26, 2017. More Taste, Less Waste inspires people to re-think the power of the oat to help recover foods that often go to waste while discovering new ways to eat more nutritiously every day. Chef Marco Canora – 2017 “Best Chef: NYC” James Beard Award winner – prepared inspiring recipes using oats and rescued produce to create nutritious dishes. For more information, visit www.jamesbeard.org/moretastelesswaste  (Feature Photo Service)

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  • CRANBERRY HARVEST STARTS IN WISCONSIN

    A grower works to remove cranberries off of the vines at Cranberry Creek Cranberries in Necedah, Wis. Cranberry harvest is starting more than a week early this year in Wisconsin due to unseasonably cool fall evenings and good summer growing conditions.
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    A grower works to remove cranberries off of the vines at Cranberry Creek Cranberries in Necedah, Wis. Cranberry harvest is starting more than a week early this year in Wisconsin due to unseasonably cool fall evenings and good summer growing conditions. More than 250 Wisconsin cranberry growers will harvest an estimated 5.6 million barrels of fruit this season, which is approximately one-half of the entire world’s supply. (Feature Photo Service)

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    Source: WISCONSIN STATE CRANBERRY GROWERS ASSOCIATION
    Website: http://www.wiscran.org/
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