Daily Archives: December 23, 2017

Guyana News Headlines Links – Kaieteur News – December 22-23. 2017

News – 23 December 2017

Murder suspect gets visa, flees despite police holding passport

GECOM Commissioner sees need for national integrated database

US$9M quality enhancement project to boost ailing manufacturing sector – Business Minister

Way paved for Brazilian auto insurance to be recognized in Guyana

Monitoring capital projects will remain a challenge for Business Ministry – Gaskin

Hurricanes cast long shadow over CARICOM in 2017

Waneka Arrindell unanimously elected Mayor of Linden

Drug mule jailed for four years, fined G$28M    

President releases eight students from NOC, pardons five women from NA Prison

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Facial recognition technology will change the way we live | The Economist- video

Facial recognition technology will change the way we live | The Economist

The Economist – Published on Nov 1, 2017Facial recognition technology will transform the way we live in 2018. Machines that can read and recognise our faces will go mainstream, opening up exciting possibilities and posing new dangers.

In 2018 machines that can read your face will go mainstream, changing the way we live. Your face will become your password, unlocking smartphones and bank accounts, but the technology will also have the power to covertly track your movements. It will even be able to guess your sexuality through facial features alone.     Continue reading

CSJAD Newsletter – December 2017

CSJAD – Centre of Social Justice and Development

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A Tribute to a Friend: WILLIAM F.E. MORLEY (1920 – 2017)

A TRIBUTE TO A FRIEND: WILLIAM F.E. MORLEY

(September 25, 1920 – December 19, 2017)

Author: GROANS FROM OLD BONES (2016)

William F.E. Morley

Just When …

You were in Heaven on Planet Earth

You were the master of your fate.

The captain of your soul.

In times of joys and happiness.

Sorrows and disappointments.

There is only one footprint in the sand.

It is He who watches over you.

It is He who takes you to the open door.

Here we bid you farewell.

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